man of steel

The plot of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is that Metropolis has been raised to the ground and Batman believes Superman
"The money’s fantastic and that’s something which I deem ... very important."
I've been following the film's development pretty closely, and I've seen both trailers put out so far about half a million times. That being said, I've seen some red flags go up.
I believe comic-book movies -- and the overweening Comic-Con mentality that has consumed the Hollywood studios -- are strangling the movie industry, in part because these movies are so generic. Which may be why I enjoyed Ant-Man so much.
There are lots of movies that make Gareth Edwards' new Godzilla look like a masterpiece. That, however, is not the same as saying that this movie is actually worth seeing or, more crucially, worth making in the first place.
While I'm certain the Man of Steel sequel will be a cash cow for the studio, I worry that the film will fall well short of fans' expectations and put the future of the DC Universe in jeopardy.
No, the reason I liked Gravity is because it was short. The entire movie clocks in at 85 minutes. I pressed the "play" button on my DVD remote. And an hour-and-a-half later I was back at my job as Jaden Smith's personal assistant.
And I'm sure Ben Affleck will receive the same cycle of social media hate that Carrie Underwood and every other star receives
With "300: Rise of an Empire," this is the first time you've produced a movie and not also directed the movie. Is that odd
But people still remember Costner for being a movie star. Granted, not a particularly cool movie star (his appearance in
It's a bird... it's a plane... it's... the most exciting thing this baby has ever seen! Make sure you watch until the 1:29
And, predictably, the Internet seems mad. Well, Jesse Eisenberg being cast as Lex Luthor wasn’t quite as vitriolic as the
Christian Bale is a nominee for an Oscar for his role in American Hustle, but Illinois may want to appreciate him more for his roles in Public Enemies and The Dark Knight.
4 - Rush True stories, high stakes, big spectacle, and big funny won the day with this year's movie offerings. Here's a countdown
Too often in the past, we've seen them screw it up...by refusing to invest female action heroes with humanizing nuance, by writing them as archetypes instead of as people. Broad caricatures who have to lose what makes them women in order to compete on the same playing field as men.
7. Cypher Raige from "After Earth" What a handy device. It's not just that the World Engine exists, it's also that Zod and
Is "Man Of Steel" the most depressing superhero movie ever? The folks at Honest Trailers seem to think so, and frankly, they
No one is supposed to tug on Superman's cape, but maybe the Last Son of Krypton will make an exception for this behind-the
Bruce Wayne is a bland, boring, white guy with good hair. I've seen Ben Affleck in a lot of movies. He can absolutely play a bland, boring, white guy with good hair.