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Superman Return

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The American superhero movie follows Superman's sudden reappearance to earth after 5years even as Lex Luther gets closer on taking him down completely.
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Reverse Shot
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July 06, 2010

The movie runs nearly half an hour longer than it should, with a new plot strand introduced in the third act that has questionable vitality in the presumed sequel.
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Film4
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July 12, 2010

For all the mountains of kryptonite ranged against him, you never fear for Superman or Lois Lane, never experience anything more intense than the fret of mild peril.
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Village Voice

June 29, 2006

The movie may not be a single-bound building-leaper but Bryan Singer reconfigures the daddy of all comic-book sagas into something knowing, witty, and even sensitive.
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Chicago Reader
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June 29, 2006

What could possibly justify making a Superman movie that runs 154 minutes? Plenty of films last longer, but their characters are generally sharp enough to recognize a guy with or without his glasses.
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Lyles' Movie Files
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June 12, 2013

Would have benefited greatly from Singer trusting his talent and assembling a Superman movie that attempted to soar beyond the heights previously achieved decades ago.
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Ebert & Roeper

July 05, 2006

... while I can't call it a home run, I'll say it's a solid base hit.
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Hollywood.com
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July 06, 2010

Superman Returns is a great kick start to a potentially knockout new franchise, which ultimately leaves the audience, like the people of Metropolis when its greatest hero returns to the skies, brimming with hope.
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AV Club

June 29, 2006

There's a thin line between preserving an icon and merely delivering on an expensive franchise, but Singer's genuine connection to the Superman legend overcomes his predilection toward playing it safe.
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Film School Rejects
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July 06, 2010

One of this summer's best action movies.
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch

July 02, 2006

Singer's revival of childhood wonder and timeless heroism [is] an extraordinary feat of movie magic.
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Salon.com
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June 28, 2006

Superman, born in 1938, is still very much alive in 2006. The Man of Steel has so skillfully bent the bars of our imagination that he seems real to us. And in a sense, he is.
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