Saw said film last night. It may have an an iconic ‘S’ on its chest, but it was still a turkey in that costume. The Christian metaphor in the film was as clumsy as Lois Lane’s removal of the kyptonite dagger from Superman’s back (yes, Lex Luthor literally ‘stabbed him in the back’) – she broke a bit off and left it in the wound, silly cow – to be fair to her though, the rescue plane was in a storm at the time and the light wasn’t very good. There was very little dialogue in the film really – instead, there were slow, dreamy look-I’m-flying-with-Lois-in-my-arms scenes that wouldn’t have been out of place in a David Copperfield show. With so little script to work with, not even Kevin Spacey as Lex could do much to save this dismal effort.
I’m quite angry: i) I paid £1.99 in the charity shop for this film, and it wasn’t even worth that ii) when the film was in cinemas, it had fairly good reviews. In retaliation, therefore, it’s 5/10 from me. So there.