- Apr 4, 2006
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What did you guys think of the Clark Kent and Lex Luthor suit-shirt-tie ensembles from Superman?
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Yeah...they were ill-fitting and he wore them with button-down collars, appropriate for the character but made him look folksy. This is exactly how they dressed Christopher Reeve back in the 70's/ 80's as well.Originally Posted by MrDaniels
Luthor's outfits are great throughout the movie. Even in the North pole cave, he is wearing an awesome winter jacket (I think I saw a Phat Farm logo on the sleeve BTW... would it be possible that Lex Luthor shops at Phat Farm?Originally Posted by gdl203
Don't see why you found the movie boring.Originally Posted by Jovan
I walked back into the first theater, found my seat, and looked up to see that the impending Lois Lane space shuttle disaster was almost upon us. Still, it seemed to be taking forever, so I wandered around the theater, met a girl, got married, raised a son and sent him off to college. While attending my son's medical school graduation, I remembered that I should probably check in on Superman Returns, so I excused myself and raced back to the theater only to learn there was no need to hurry. It still took about another half hour before things went wrong for Space Shuttle Lane. When they did, Superman saved everybody, which was pretty cool.
I'm not going to discuss at length why I feel I wasted 2 hours and 34 minutes of a perfectly nice Sunday night. IMDB reviews and especially this one do a very good job at that. I especially identify with this part:Originally Posted by gdl203