Re: What did you think of Amy Adams' Lois Lane?
Flaccid and uninspired with regard to the writing(especially the vapid dialogue), and just...bland as far as the performance goes. A performance won't resonate with me if the character is little more than an ill-conceived plot device that occasionally mutters trite, banal lines.
Adams is one Hell of an actress, but like Cavill, she wasn't given much to work with. In fact, Crowe's Jor-El was probably the most effectively portrayed character, from both writing and acting, but even then, he was a hologram for most of the movie...a hologram that upstaged every character he shared screen time with. Part of it boils down to priorities, and if the screenwriter can get them together next time around, then the performances may not suffer as a result.