Originally Posted by AVEITWITHJAMON
Well, its been a while since I saw MOS, and I have saw a lot of movies since, but I remember being surprised how much depth and emotion was in the story when seeing it, same with Watchmen funnily enough, which was also by Snyder. Both movies have more depth than they are credited with and both have emotion, which in my eyes makes you care for the characters.
It had some powerful moments as well, like Superman finally choosing Earth over Krypton and destroying Krypton's last legacy, the priest telling Superman he requires a little faith to believe in humanity, and then the moments of humanity accepting him. There were others but again my memory is sketchy.
Eh, I didn't buy it those as "deep". Yes they were trying to have a deep/serious tone in the film, but the flow of the story just ruined it, same with Watchmen. I felt like MOS was full of fluff.
"This is our chance to make a difference" - Sue Storm - The Invisible Woman
"He's stronger than any of us but he's not stronger than all of us" - Reed Richards - Mr. Fantastic
"We could these powers to help people" - Johnny Storm - The Human Torch
"You can't fix this, nobody can" - Ben Grimm - The Thing