Superman Returns (2006)



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Titolo originale: Superman Returns–>
Genere: Azione, Avventura, Fantasy–>
Durata: 154–>
Nazione: USA–>
Regia:
  • Bryan Singer

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Scritto da:

  • Michael Dougherty (sceneggiatura)
  • Dan Harris (sceneggiatura)
  • Bryan Singer (storia)
  • Michael Dougherty (storia)
  • Dan Harris (storia)
  • Jerry Siegel (personaggi)
  • Joe Shuster (personaggi)

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Produzione:

  • Gilbert Adler (regista)
  • William Fay (produttore esecutivo)
  • Stephen Jones (co-produttore)
  • Chris Lee (produttore esecutivo)
  • Scott Mednick (produttore esecutivo)
  • Lorne Orleans (regista, IMAX version)
  • Jon Peters (regista)
  • Bryan Singer (regista)
  • Thomas Tull (produttore esecutivo)

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Musiche:

  • John Ottman

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Trama del film:

After eliminating General Zod & the other Kryptonian arch-villains, Ursa & Non, Superman leaves Earth to try to find his former home world of Krypton after astronomers have supposedly found it. When he finds nothing but remnants, he returns home to Earth – to find out that Lois Lane is engaged to a relative of his boss, and that Lex Luthor is at it again – after swindling an elderly, terminally ill woman. The psychopathic Luthor, whose plans to destroy California failed because of Superman's heroics, vows vengeance against the Man of Steel and contrives a new sinister plot – using the crystals of Krypton to build a continent that will wipe out most of North America! Embedded in the continent's structure is Kryptonite – the lethal substance that is Superman's only weakness. Upon learning of Luthor's sinister scheme, Superman must again race against time to stop the psychopathic Luthor before millions – possibly billions – are killed. Written by Derek O'Cain

The latest installment of the Man of Steel; the story presented as a Christian parable. After leaving Earth for 5 years to visit his home planet, Superman returns to find that Earth has lost hope in him as its savior. We are reminded that Jor-El has sent his only son to Earth because people are basically good. We get to see Superman rekindle his relationship with Lois Lane, who now has a son of questionable paternity; could it be Superman's son being raised by another man. Superman fights the evil in the form of Lex Luther. Can Superman save humanity? Does humanity have faith in him? Written by anonymous

Plotting against his demise Lex Luthor, once more wants to take over the world by creating his very own, and in the process wiping out the lives of billions. After a five-year absence, looking for remnants of his home planet long gone his return finds Lois as a new mother and a new world that has become unrecognisable, his return could not be better timed. With the world once again at the mercy of a madman, it is up to Superman to once again safe us all. Can he too return the world around and defeat his evil adversary and the peril that hangs over us forever? Written by Cinema_Fan

After a long period in the space, looking for the remains of planet Krypton, Superman returns to Earth. He misses Lois Lane, who lives with Richard White and has a son. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor plots an evil plan, using crystals he stole from the Fortress of Solitude, to create a new land and submerge the USA. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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1 Comment

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    Derek237 said

    February 23 2012 @ 13:42

    The basic premise of Superman Returns is that Superman has returned
    from an unexplained 5-year absence to find a world that seems to be
    getting along fine without him, that the woman he loves has moved on
    and has a family, and that he is- at least in terms of any beings
    similar to him- completely alone. The amazing thing is, this is the
    least angst-filled, least melodramatic superhero film in the past 5
    years or so. I think the recent trend has been to try to get audiences
    to empathize with their heroes more by making them more human and
    actually taking them seriously. Peter Parker battles some very serious
    demons and is in constant struggle with being Spider-man, the X-Men
    films are very serious and political and the latest instalment, "The
    Last Stand," featured some startling and emotionally wrenching
    revelations, and Batman, well, need I go on?

    So, here we have Superman in the first new film in almost 20 years. He
    has his issues, but unlike all the other Super heroes around, he seems
    to be very solemn about it all. After all, he is Superman, not Clark
    Kent; Clark Kent is his mask. Obviously a huge nitpick people will have
    is that Clark comes back the very, very same day as Superman and not
    one single idiot in the city of Metropolis seems to notice, right?
    Well, yes, that bugged me too, at first. But then, the more you think
    about it, that's just how Clark Kent is designed: completely
    forgettable (except by Jimmy), always in the background, and always
    overshadowed by the bigger story, which is Superman. David Carradine
    has a very great speech about Superman at the end of Kill Bill Volume 2
    that justifies everything quite nicely to me, so I suggest seeing that
    if you haven't already. What this movie does a great job of doing is
    just showing this classic, iconic super hero doing what he does best:
    saving the day. There's something so refreshing about finally getting
    that clear view of Superman for the first time after he saves a
    planeload of passengers from certain doom, and saying with a smile:
    "Don't let this turn you off to flying, folks. Statistically it's still
    the safest mode of transportation."

    But that brings us to the actual plot. It goes for simple, safe,
    repetitive— tedious, even? And, honestly, it's the kind of plot that
    just doesn't justify the runtime. Lex Luthor comes up with a ridiculous
    plan that even in the world of comic books is pretty hard to swallow.
    He compares himself to Prometheus, how he is so generous with the
    "mortals" by sharing his wonderful discovery, though planning on
    killing billions in the process. Lex obviously forgot the last half of
    that story, where Prometheus is punished and confined to terrible pain
    for all of eternity. But maybe that's the point. I mean, we all know
    from the very beginning Lex won't win, he's doomed to lose, that's just
    how it's meant to be: Superman wins and Lex loses. Written in the
    scriptures: is, was, ever shall be, in comic strips, TV shows, feature
    films, living in an ageless universe, for all eternity.

    Bryan Singer is obviously aware of this. Singer also directed X-Men
    1&2, and I think his biggest problem as a director is that he lacks a
    sense of completion in his works. X-Men is not the kind of movie that
    you watch, and then once it's over, you want to watch it over again.
    It's the kind of movie that you watch, and then once it's over, you
    want to see the next one. The X-Men films were each done with the
    presumption that there would be a next instalment, and that's fine I
    guess if you like always being on the edge of your seat waiting for the
    next one, but when his Superman movie does the same thing and drags
    past the 2-and-a-half hour mark, there's a problem. If nothing else,
    the movie establishes that Superman is indeed back, and we should
    expect to see more of him in the future.

    Superman Returns is definitely a grand film. It's big, it's loud, it's
    expensive. I usually don't think to myself, 'hey that looks expensive,'
    when watching a movie, but I did in this case. It doesn't try for
    anything new or bold, it doesn't want to, and it's nice to see a super
    hero movie where the hero is the generic do-gooder, and helps mankind
    because he really wants to. That's why I think Superman garners more
    universal appeal than any others. But, honestly, the angsty heroes can
    be much more interesting. Certainly so with last year's Batman Begins,
    which I thought was a great, perfect movie, while I though Superman
    Returns was really good, but probably could have been better.

    My rating: 7.5/10

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