As we continue our in-depth look at super-hero movies, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take on the Superman film franchise.
David Uzumeri: Well, everyone, we've wrapped up Superman, so it's time for me to watch a movie I haven't seen since my age was measured in single digits: Superman II. Chris Sims: Of the four original Superman films, this is a
Chris Sims: Well, well, well. Look who's come crawling back. David Uzumeri: I am Commander Shepard, and this feature is the Reapers. I just can't give up. I'm like Spider-Man, Chris: I don't have any quit in me. Other than for a few months. But whatever
Forget Nuclear Man and Richard Pryor's computer hacker and Kevin Spacey's Lex Luthor; for the last three decades, Superman's greatest movie threat has been irrelevance. It's been 30 years since the release of Superman II(on June 19, 1981), the last Man of Steel film that pleased
Because everything that was ever on television is either back on television or otherwise available on the Internet, we're fortunate to have Superman: The Comic Strip Hero, an eminently watchable documentary about the Man of Steel that was somehow unearthed by our friends at iFanboy. Produced by the BBC in 1981, the one-hour film detai
Even though Brandon Routh is the latest big screen Superman and Tom Welling is taking care of the hero's younger years on "Smallville," it's hard to separate the Man of Steel from Christopher Reeve, the late actor that played him over the course of four movies
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