Agreed. As entertaining as the Marvel movies can often be, I can't say I've ever found myself all that emotionally connected to the characters in them. It's fun to watch them do what they do, and the actors do their best to make them as believable as possible, but in the end they still come across as just slightly more dimensional comic book characters. Whatever it's other faults, I actually thought MOS did a better job at humanizing its character than most other superhero movie I've seen. Cavill's Clark certainly felt more like a real, lived-in person than most of the quippy, comic booky Marvel characters out there.