Re: Bryan Singer: Why 'Superman Returns' Didn't Work
The spying thing is funny to bring up and it is a very curious scene but I think that it's talked about far too much. It's not even in my top 100 list of problems with the film.
After five years of talking about it I guess I can say that my main problem with the movie besides the rehashing was the film's complete lack of energy. It's just a fairly boring movie in almost every way. If all of those strange plot points would have been in an exciting more I think that Superman 3 would be coming out this summer. Singer isn't as good as a director as he believes IMHO. He isn't good enough to make a down to earth Superman movie with no physical threat, exciting or interesting enough.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Wayne
SuperheroHype: "The next time they put your name on a movie, don't direct it. The slo-mo is dead. Bury it. Consider this mercy."
Snyder: "Tell me. Are you disappointed? You will be."