Man of steele Bottom line


The Bottom Line There’s big, and then there’s this Superman (but don’t call him that).

Visually and rhythmically, however, Snyder has gone his own way, summoning up memories of Dune in the sculpted architectural look of Krypton, echoing Jesus by underlining the sacrifice Clark Kent is called upon to make for the good of mankind, and simply by hardly letting five minutes go by without inventing some new excuse for a staggering action scene — any one of which undoubtedly cost more than the combined budgets of all of this year’s Sundance competition lineup.

Hollywood reporter, THR Staff

Published by Tomas Fredriksson

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