PLAN A: Shoot Superman with a gun.
PLAN B: Shoot Superman with a smaller, weaker gun.
All the guy needed was a special bullet.
For all its flaws, this movie did answer that age old nerd question pretty concisely.
Supermans biggest weakness is not bothering to avoid attacks.
This movie was terrible =(
It was also one of the top 10 most expensive movies ever made.
Somebody did a fantastic edit where the bullet goes through the eye.
This movie was such a disappointment. Singer could have made something pretty damn cool, but instead he just re-made the Donner Superman movie, down to Lex Luthor being a con man with a real estate scheme (that was mind-bogglingly stupid to boot).
What was his master plan anyway? That a ton of volcanic coral would rise up in the middle of the ocean and everyone would immediately be begging to hand him money for it? He claimed he'd be able to prevent countries from forcibly taking it using alien technology that would be on it?
It was just rock =(
Not everyone who dislikes terrible movies is a nerd.
he would have lost the eye if it were a Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle
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He probably should've thrown the gun at Superman.
This is just like that dream I had where I tried to get Bryan Singer to direct X3, but he stood with his arms crossed, all reason bouncing off his eye as he went ahead with this piece of shit.
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I almost gave this more stars because of your comment. Almost.
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No, seriously, this movie is one of the worst things ever.
It's still better than the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Threshold." Two stars because there is no involvement of Brannon Braga, Rick Berman, Michael De Luca, or Alexander Singer.
I could have cared less about the mechanics and plausibility of Luthor's scheme in this film, but it was a pretty weak film, loud and dumb even by the standards of superhero films and the performances didn't help either. Routh was beyond wooden, Kate Bosworth was bland and unconvincing, then again she's been bland and unconvincing in any movie I happened to see her in, like "21". Spacey played the role of Luthor with a performance more suited to a flamboyant hairstylist in some inane romcon.
The fact that bullets cannot hurt Superman is the least interesting thing about him.
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