Review: Man of Steel, Zack Synder’s reboot of Superman, focuses on the the Kryptonian’s history and his journey on Earth. The movie has some brilliant breathtaking moments but it does have its disappointments as well.
The story is quite simple and has a lot of essence to it. The opening scene showcases the birth of Kal-El, Krypton’s first natural birth in centuries. In the planet’s dying moments Zod goes bonkers while Jor-El (Russell Crowe) bids goodbye to his son. Kal-El lands on Earth and is adopted by the Kent family. Then on, he begins living as Clark Kent and on his father’s advice makes himself invisible (not literally). Things start to change and BAMN! Superman arrives to take on Zod.