Originally Posted by TheFlamingCoco
You read my mind. I don't MIND that he had to kill now, but I'd prefer a "tidy" PZ style ending. It'd be unconventional (most bad guys die at the end of superhero movies) and it would allow for more character moments.
Also, Salkind said it was "okay." He didn't outright pan it. It sounded like he was going soft on it, even when he said the tone was Batmanish.
Sure, they are partially to blame with what went wrong in the Reeve franchise, but without them, it might not get off the ground.
I didn't read Salkind's. Only Morrison's interview.
It sounded like his main issues were the killing and that the film felt too familiar to him. Totally understandable. And he called it a credible Superman.