I personally enjoyed the film and upon looking at the subtext of the film I like it even more now. I wasn't even thinking about the implications of things like the drone scene and libertarianism when I was watching the film. The first time I watched it I was mainly viewing it through the prism of Christianity. Man of Steel is not only a great action/sci fi film (with some real grounding acting by Kevin Costner); it is a great film with subtext and it's a positive subtext (as opposed to something like Avatar). Below is a video of a review by Alex Jones concerning the metaphors and symbolic imagery in the film. It does contain spoilers. [YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EPmNUem93jY[/YT] What did you guys think of the symbolism? I think that much of the negative criticism from journalists/critics has been because they pick up on the anti-totalitarian and pro-Christian metaphors here and they are actively engaged in a fight against films like this (and also recently Oblivion, which is even more direct with its Illuminati imagery).