Originally Posted by Krumm
Why do they need to pull it off? Why not do something different?
They could just carbon copy everything that has been done before and dick the audience around with the dramatic irony but they chose to do the opposite. They decided the challenge the idea and give us an actual relationship between Lois and Clark one that hasn't been seen on the big screen. They have a real partnership now and their adoration for each other is based on who they actually are and not God-like hero and lovesick girl that they've have been portrayed as for decades.
Their decision to go against what's been done before is the opposite of lazy.
I really like this direction they're going in. I'm all for it, but unfortunately, I didn't see any "actual relationship" in this film.