Originally Posted by ConnorKon-El
Adams was a solid Lois Lane. My sole complaint is that I wished she was given more time on the screen. I wasn't expecting alot of Lois walking into the film, unlike some critics. I expected this to be a story about first contact and Clark Kent, not a love story between Superman & Lois. I am hopeful that Amy will be given more in future films. I did very much enjoy how this interpretation of Lois was greatly "involved" in the events transpiring. She wasn't a damsel in distress. She tracked down Clark, found out who he truly was, was the person who helped initiate the plan of sending Zod and his people back into the phantom zone, ect.
Amy played the spunky parts of Lois perfectly, but I feel Amy added a softer side to Lois than we've seen in past incarnations.
I think she had enough screen-time, honestly. She was very intimately involved with the plot. Jor-El taught/told her how to operate the Phantom drive & how to send the Kryptonians back into the Phantom Zone which was an integral part of the third act. I'd say she did quite a bit from finding out about Clark (on her own, I should add) & helping to stop an alien invasion.