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Man Of Steel (in Twi Wii)

Just got back from watching it. Firstly the acting. Bad. pretty simple, everyone's so dramatic and shit all the time but sometimes they have very odd facial reactions specially Henry Cavill but the main problem was there was no real flair to the acting other than probably Jor-El, Zod and sometimes Superman, no one seemed to be putting much effort into it, they probably just weren't feeling the script which is another problem. the tone and generally the situations are very serious, to the point that it's kinda aggrivating and tired and generally over dramatic, but the happy sequences, what little there were, were pretty cool, and the most tragic scenes were very well done (almost teared up a bit when Jonathan died). one of my main issues tho, specially at the beginning, was the editing. it was really weird, it kept jumping back and forth between sections and different time moments and i could hardly tell what was really happening, like one second he's working at this boat and saving people then we're back when he's a child and then go back to him in the ocean then him as a teenager then he's working on this gas station then all of a sudden they're in the north pole or some shit??? they never say but it's still really weird, it doesn't seem to connect but thankfully this problem goes away after he finds Jor-el and who he is and all, once that happens he learns more about him and to fly and then a little later the kryptonians get there and shit gets real. Another problem with the movie was its pacing and development, like it was really off, somethings it would spend a good time developing and other things it doesnt do shit, like clark's and lois's relationship. the actors have no chemistry whatsoever and theres litterally no reason for him to fall in love with her, at least he saved her so i can see why should be interested in him but she doesn't do anything special for him, not that it's worth remembering anyway. but thankfully, once the action gets going, it gets fucking GOING. seriously, if you wanna superman kicking ass then the last hour or so of this movie alone is worth the ticket. Avengers doesn't have fucking shit on that last fight with all the kryptonians, it's that good. there has never been a superman on any screen that has kicked this much ass so go and fucking watch it right now just for that if you wanna see superman being awesome. overall the hour before the action was ok, overly grim and serious and choppily edited etc etc but it served as an alright way of introducing the character even if it happened kinda... TOO fast, and the last hour or so with the action is one of the most spectacular actions sequences i've EVER seen so i'll definitely watch that again even if i'm not interested in the rest. like a 6 or 5 or so for the first hour and an 11/10 for the action sequence, like a high 7 or low 8 overall, but depends on how much you enjoy action sequences. if you don't enjoy them much then you'll wanna skip. nothing special and sort of lifeless at times.
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