Soulless Superman 

Sure, Michael Shannon is great as General Zod, but why did they let Zack Snyder direct?

Seven years ago, director Bryan Singer tried to relaunch Superman by casting a Christopher Reeve clone (Brandon Routh) and a long-dead Marlon Brando, and retaining that majestic John Williams score. I liked Superman Returns but, while it was no bomb, it performed…

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