Bryan Singer's Superman Returns left fans confused and deflated. It was a bloated film that hinted at a subtext it never had and avoided the more sensational tendencies of the comic legend. What we got was a dumb supervillian, a bland Superman and endless discussions about how implausible it would be for Supes to lift a CONTINENT of kryptonite into space.
Editor Kal-el with his Man of Tomorrow fanedit seems poised to take on these challenges. While core problems with the film can only be massaged so much, this is an ambitious attempt to make this film a worthy sequel to its predecessors. Listen as Beezo reviews Man of Tomorrow to see if such an accomplishment is done.