Lel some of you cats are real funny saying some **** like "oh why are you over analyzing the film? why do you want something more deep?!" you dumb bofoon, why don't you want more substance on your films? This is the reason why mainstream films have gone to **** over the last decade or so and it's getting progressively worse. Y'all keep supporting ****** *** films that are predictable and have **** acting. Ask yourself why most of the films now a days for the mainstream audience are majorly shtity comedies, ****** love stories, ****** scary flicks, and ****** superhero films. You'll see that this are the same recycled films over and over again. Gee I wonder why? Oh, must be because the people keep supporting **** and don't mind watching **** without any substance, yea na, im sorry I have standards and you don't.
Even as an origins movie, it should be held to some degree of high standards especially for a REEBOT! The predictability on this film was what killed it and the super fast pace didn't help it at all either. Scene after scene the film was so a predictable soap opera with some fighting going on. The film was so corny. See my beef with this is that superhero films are generally ****, low level films, but you know which films didn't actually fall on this grading? The batman trilogy. God, for a superhero trilogy it delivered on every facet on what and how a film should be made. The darknight was splendid. The scenes, teh shots, the writing was excellent. Unpredictability made this film extremely enjoyable. Sure, it dragged on a bit towards the end, but it didn't take a lot off the film like this film did. The Nolan's batman should be what a film like Superman aspired to even come close to, but it doesn't, it falls on the same league the fantastic 4 films. Hell, I bet the first one was probably better too lol.
tl:dr; this film is bad because superman is a perfect hero with no flaws and does everything he's supposed to do and everyone can live happily ever after. Superman is a flawed individual in this film, not because he doesn't do the right thing, but because everything he does is according to a preset and arguably a devine plan set on by his father to be humans god. If batman taught is anything is that no superhero can be perfect and they can't always save everyone. But superman doesn't suffer from the human inperfection because he isn't human, right? How can I relate to a god like figure with no flaws? As a flawed individual I can't and I feel that's why i can't relate at all to this film like I could to a batman film. Batman isn't perfect and I can relate to him being unable have everything under control and sometimes you gotta make some sacrifices for the bigger gain. Nolan did a great job at making batman a relateble being, not by being a superhero, but by being a flawed individual.
This films was bad and I hope they get a different crew of writers for the second one.
I did like those wide angle shots on this film though.