A young baby from the doomed planet Krypton is sent to Earth, where he is adopted by an elderly couple in India who name him Shekhar. After growing to an adult and learning about his ... See full summary »
Superman returns to Earth after spending five years in space examining his homeworld Krypton. But he finds things have changed while he was gone, and he must once again prove himself important to the world.
Incorporates elements from all previous Superman films in the 'Donnerverse': 1 Opening titles sequence (SI, II, IV, SR); 2 John Williams' music (all); 3 Gene Hackman and Margot Kidder as Lex Luthor and Lois Lane (SI-IV); 4 Clark Kent whistling Mozart (S4); 5 Lois's relationship with Richard White (SR); 6 New York City as Metropolis; 7 Superman's blood sample (retrieved in SR); 8 Superman in his apartment snuggling up with a blanket (S4); 9 Perry's speech about "Good reporter's don't get great stories..." (S1); 10 Grant and Riley as Luthor's henchmen (Both characters appear in SR); 11 Clark's use of the word 'Swell' (SI, SIV), 12 The appearance of Superman's Fortress of Solitude (all); 13 Luthor's love-affair with Land (SI, SR); 14 Superman saying "I'm always around" (SR); 15 The amnesia-kiss (SII TC). See more »
Superman has no belt on in lake scene, instead just yellow fabric. See more »
Has anyone here seen Kent? He hasn't shown up to work all day. If he doesn't get here soon, I'm gonna kick his sorry ass so hard through that door, they'll think Jesus Christ did it.
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This was an absolutely horrible film and was not worth anywhere near the 20,000$ that was spent on it, the acting was terrible, the story was terrible the effects were terrible and don't say they were good for 20k because you can do better effects than that on Final Cut Pro which is only about £300. There is no depth to the characters and the corny lines are laughable ever in the moments of 'peril'. Do not ever waste your time watching this film you will want to rip your hair out by the end of it. I'm just thankful they never put it into theatres otherwise every cinema would be put out of business by endless lawsuits for the cause of permanent brain damage.
I wish I could give less than one star but unfortunately IMDb doesn't allow for that so I have to be generous
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