In honor of "Man of Steel" flying into theaters on June 14, a new video reminds the internet of everything wrong with Bryan Singer's 2006 Superman movie
Just days away from the release of Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated "Man of Steel," a new video has emerged on the web that reminds viewers exactly what a disaster the studio's last crack at Superman was.
"Everything Wrong With 'Superman Returns' in 6 Minutes or Less," showcases 60 "movie sins," that include gaping plot holes, minor continuity errors, character logic flaws, and that Pulitzer Prize Lois Lane (who thinks there are F's in "catostrophic") won for writing an opinion piece titled, "Why the World Doesn't Need Superman."
"She won a Pulitzer Prize for journalism for a single opinion piece?" the narrator asks. "I mean, yeah, they have a Pulitzer for editorial writing, but it usually goes to someone who writes a series of articles, and it's usually about something important, like convincing the powers that be to reverse a decision about fluoride in municipal water supplies."
But enough knitpicking. Let's get to that part in Bryan Singer's 2006 film when Superman lifts an entire continent made of Kryptonite — his only weakness — into the sky and out of the Earth's atmosphere, all while a piece of Kryptonite is still lodged into his flesh.
Find out 57 other things wrong with "Superman Returns" in the amusing video, below: