Originally Posted by frazod
Damn, that's harsh. I agree that the first one is now dated, but it was awesome for its time.
And I enjoyed the Donner cut of II.
The other two are complete shit, however.
I loved Christopher Reeve as
and it's a damn shame that the script and casting (outside of the Kansas sequence and Perry White) was so poor.
The Lex portion of the story dumbed down his criminal mastermind to the point of buffoonery and the aforementioned Margot Kidder was the anti-Lois Lane.
Out of all the beautiful and amazing 70's actresses, the producers chose her??? I just never bought it, even as a kid.
John Williams score is legendary and its emotion is probably why people still love the film today. Ottman quoted it several times in