It is no secret that the star of the film (Henry Cavill) was emotional after he saw "Man of Steel" and Superman was my favorite growing up as a kid so, I'm not afraid to admit my emotional connection with the character. Anybody else get emotional during any situations throughout the movie? Show of hands? Here are some moments where I got a little choked up or lost it completely: - When Lara/Jor-El see newborn Kal for the first time and have to let him go. - Any flashback with Pa Kent. - Clark being bullied in the bar and taking it like a MAN. - The first look at Superman/first Flight. - Superman smiling while flying. - Jonathan's death. - The destruction in Metropolis when Jenny is buried in the rubble. - All the glorious action! - Zod's argument/conversation with the "ghost" of Jor-El. Look closely at Zod -- You can really see it in his eyes that he is only doing what is programmed to do but it IS killing him inside. - Superman/Zod battle and the climax with heat vision and that poor family. - Superman's ultimate sacrifice to do what is necessary bigger than any choice Batman ever made in Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy and that is my humble opinion of course. - Hans Zimmer's music! Epic, fit the movie perfectly! And finally the one scene/shot that got me was the ending. No, not the very end but the emotional one where we see young Clark in the red cape, outside with Ma/Pa Kent. That to me epitomized my childhood because I too wore a red cape and did that pose. Best part in the film for me. The complaints that there isn't enough emotion is baffling to say the least. I suppose it can be hard when you're either critiquing the prior scene in your mind or you can't see past all the amazing action sequences. What are your guys' thoughts? Any particular shot/scene that almost did it for you or got you completely? Discuss here!