Man of Steel. |12 |2 Std. 22 Min.|Fantasy-Filme. Reporter Clark Kent muss seine besonderen Kräfte vor der Welt geheim halten, doch als ein böser General. Userkritiken zum Film Man Of Steel von Zack Snyder mit Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon - apartamentoenbenidorm.com Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Man Of Steel" von Zack Snyder: Als Christopher Nolan und David S. Goyer am Drehbuch zu „The Dark Knight Rises“ arbeiteten.
reiner MainstreamClark Kent alias Superman wird in „Man of Steel“ von seiner Vergangenheit eingeholt. Die Menschheit bekommt es mit fiesen Kryptoniern zu tun. Regisseur. Man of Steel. |12 |2 Std. 22 Min.|Fantasy-Filme. Reporter Clark Kent muss seine besonderen Kräfte vor der Welt geheim halten, doch als ein böser General. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "Man Of Steel" von Zack Snyder: Als Christopher Nolan und David S. Goyer am Drehbuch zu „The Dark Knight Rises“ arbeiteten.
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Man Of Steel 2 Blu-ray im Onlineshop Gntm Online Schauen Live MediaMarkt. - NavigationsmenüDC Extended Universe. Clark Kent ist ein unscheinbarer junger Mann, der als Journalist beim `Daily Planet' arbeitet. Nur er und seine Adoptiveltern, Martha und Jonathan Kent, wissen, dass er in Wirklichkeit ein Außerirdischer vom Planeten Krypton ist und übernatürliche. Man of Steel ist ein US-amerikanisch-britischer Actionfilm und eine Comicverfilmung des Regisseurs Zack Snyder, die am Juni in den. Man of Steel. |12 |2 Std. 22 Min.|Fantasy-Filme. Reporter Clark Kent muss seine besonderen Kräfte vor der Welt geheim halten, doch als ein böser General. Bryan Singer gab den Regiestuhl weiter an Zack Snyder, der mit Man of Steel nun seine Version auf die Leinwand brachte. Komplette Handlung und.
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January 11, Rating: D Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews May 02, What to say about this movie? This movie is begining of DCCU, so it means it should have started strong, but unfortunately it did not.
It is not bad, but it is not great. It is ok. Movie has a lot of flashbacks, but it should have been done little better. It could have been better.
I would love to see him in other movies. Score is amazing. I didn't like tone of this movie. Because it worked for Batman, it does not mean ot will work for Superman.
Ok film, if you are fan Zack Snyder you should go see it and you would love it. Apr 17, An average addition to the comic book universe of cinema.
Henry Cavill is a decent superman trapped in a movie lacking an identity. The DC cannon is trying hard to cash in on the darker macabre feel of its most successful entry, the Dark Knight trilogy.
The gritty comic reboot is not always the ticket to success, as can be seen in this film. The action scenes are well orchestrated and engaging, but the film lacks heft or emotional investment.
There is jarring lack of proper pacing that invariably stems from the relentless attempt to be gritty and more somber.
Man of Steel delivers all the spectacle of superman, but none of his heart. The excellent Michael Shannon also feels wasted in a weakly built and poorly scripted character.
Shane S Super Reviewer. Mar 29, The dark tone of "Man of Steel" probably fits well with some people, but for me, it just seems like they wanted to make Superman the same way Nolan made Batman back in The darkness of this movie doesn't help the story even the slighest and it actually makes the movie a lot more flat and boring, because it doesn't fit with the character of Superman.
The first half of the movie is pretty well-made, but the second and third halves are really just a visual aspect of something that we never asked for.
Lasse G Super Reviewer. Mar 26, While it's action is wonderful and the performances fantastic, Man of Steel suffers from one crippling flaw - Superman himself.
The character is so misrepresented here it's criminal and it hampers what is an overall decent film. Matthew M Super Reviewer.
See all Audience reviews. General Zod: Our damnation became our salvation. Lois Lane: Why are you surrendering to Zod?
Lois Lane: And you let them handcuff you? Focus on just what I wanted to see, without your helmet, you're getting everything. And it hurts, doesn't it?!
Emil Hamilton: Oh my god, they're terraforming. As a young man, he journeys to discover where he came from and what he was sent here to do.
But the hero in him must emerge if he is to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind. Written by Warner Bros.
This movie was dishonestly mauled by critics and reviewers simply because it was directed by Snyder. Watching this again in , I have to say this will go down as a classic in years to come.
It's an absolute blast from start to finish and is true to the Superman lore in the DC comics. Just one of its greatest achievements was the world building of Krypton, giving Zod gravitas and motivation you could actually felt empathy for and what an amazing portrayal by Shannon.
I remember people actually complained about the level of destruction in this movie and the excessive use of special effects, but for me this is what makes a Superman movie.
Take off your nostalgia tinted glasses and watch this with an open mind. This is the greatest Superman movie bar none. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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The studio has teamed up with a specialist marketing firm with the aim of encouraging pastors to utilise Zack Snyder's comic book reboot in sermons.
It has set up a special website touting a nine-page pamphlet entitled Jesus — the Original Superhero. Studios is aggressively marketing "Man of Steel" to Christian pastors, inviting them to early screenings, creating Father's Day discussion guides and producing special film trailers that focus on the faith-friendly angles of the movie.
The movie studio even asked a theologian to provide sermon notes for pastors who want to preach about Superman on Sunday.
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Additionally, he could no longer survive in space indefinitely without an air supply. These changes eliminated intergalactic and time travel stories.
They also wanted to establish Clark Kent as the real person, with Superman being the disguise. Clark was no longer "mild-mannered," but became more assertive.
He worked out to explain his muscular build and had written a "best-selling" novel before becoming a Daily Planet reporter.
He also limited the use of Superman's weakness, Kryptonite. He removed all other forms besides the green variety, and made it an extremely rare element that came to Earth in one large rock with Superman's rocket.
Two of the biggest changes to Superman was reestablishing him as the sole survivor of the planet Krypton and the removal of his career as Superboy.
These alterations in continuity would have a serious impact on the Legion of Super-Heroes. The Legion was formed based on the legends of Superman's adventures as a boy, and since they were still in continuity this was a problem.
Additionally, Supergirl visited and worked with the Legion in many of their stories. Since Supergirl did not exist either, Byrne had to correct this incongruity.
Whenever that Superboy would travel to the future or the Legion would travel to the past, the Time Trapper shifted them in and out of the pocket universe.
The Man of Steel was highly regarded as an origin story for Superman. The first issue sold , copies. Although many people praised the story, it did have some detractors.
Some claimed the series discarded the true Superman,  while others claimed that DC and Byrne did not understand the character of Superman.
In , the story was finally replaced by the issue limited series, Superman: Birthright , which added on elements to the origin story of Superman.
Birthright made use of many elements of Man of Steel that tied into the other series, but also introduced new aspects ignored by Byrne and thus brought back various pre-Crisis elements such as Lex and Clark as childhood friends in Smallville.
The Kara Zor-El version of Supergirl was also reintroduced. In , the DC Universe spanning story, Infinite Crisis made further changes to Superman, which left questions once again about Superman's origin.
It wasn't until then-monthly Superman writer Kurt Busiek stated that the post- Infinite Crisis Superman origin had yet to be established.
Many of the elements of the story were used in various other stories about the character. Other comic book series referenced it, such as the adaptation Superman: Earth One , which includes Clark Kent getting a job with the Daily Planet by providing an exclusive interview with Superman and the Elseworlds story Superman: Last Son of Earth which heavily references it and includes some frames and quotes copied directly from it.
Other elements were not seen in the story, but were adapted when Superman's origin was tackled by other mediums besides comics. In some pre-Crisis re-tellings of Superman's origin, Jor-El wanted to save both Lara and Kal-El by sending them away in the same rocket.
Lara refused saying that the rocket was too small and might not make it to Earth because of her added weight, and she wanted to stay with her husband, an idea that was briefly touched on in Superman: The Animated Series.
Byrne's original idea was to show a pregnant Lara leaving Krypton. After landing near Smallville, Lara would immediately succumb to a small chunk of kryptonite that was embedded in the ship's hull, introducing the dangers of the rocks.
Lara would then have been found by the Kents while she was in labor. Before dying, Lara would have told them to look after her son.
They would then take young Kal-El, an alien born on Earth, and raise him as their own just as they promised his mother.
This was also Byrne's way to emphasize the Kents being chosen caretakers rather than them being a random couple who finds a baby in a rocket.
The idea was not used because DC wanted Kal-El to be sent to Earth alone, but the idea of them being chosen was explored later in the television series, Smallville and in the novel Superman: Last Son of Krypton.
According to Byrne, it was initially agreed upon that he could depict Superman "learning the ropes" as a young hero early in his career. This was part of the reason why Byrne eliminated Superboy from the mythos, as he felt Superboy would be an unnecessary character under those circumstances.
Once Byrne officially signed on to write the story, however, he was informed that his Superman would need to be "up to speed" and an established hero by the time the relaunch of the monthly titles took place.
Later, Byrne stated that he wished he had kept Superboy to fill the role of Superman still "figuring it out. An unused Marv Wolfman idea was to show Lois Lane and Lex Luthor being romantically involved and living together in Luthor's estate in the mountains until Superman came to Metropolis.
Lois would then leave Luthor to go after Superman, another reason for Luthor to hate Superman. This idea was scrapped because Byrne did not want Lois as someone who was drawn to power and he didn't want any mountains shown alongside the city either.
This idea was explored during the first season of the television series, Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman , and was a backstory in Superman: The Animated Series.
The title of the series was used once again in when DC gave Superman a fourth on-going monthly comic book, Superman: The Man of Steel. The dystopian view of Krypton in Man of Steel is also heavily influenced by John Byrne's mini series in which they ruined their ecology and they don't have natural child birth.
The Man of Steel was later the name of a miniseries written by Brian Michael Bendis , Bendis' first major work for DC Comics.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Comic book limited series featuring Superman. This article is about the John Byrne mini-series.
For the series that ran from —, see Superman: The Man of Steel. Comics Should be Good. Comic Book Resources. Retrieved February 22, Michael Shannon General Zod, Zod.
Jesse Eisenberg Lex Luthor. Diane Lane Martha Kent. Russell Crowe Jor-El. Antje Traue Faora-Ul. Harry Lennix Swanwick, General Swanwick.
Jeremy Irons Alfred. Richard Schiff Dr.