A+ Astonishing. Man Of Steel isn't a perfect Superman movie, I suppose, but there hasn't been one that's even a close second to it. They absolutely nail this as an re-introduction to the character for the current day. The Reeve movies were pretty good in their time. And some people need to fucking look up the word "genocide." The only character in this movie who comes close to accomplishing that is - surprise! - the bad guy, Zod. His intent is to kill seven billion people, give or take. Clark destroys a lot of data and apparently some 18,000 year-old Kryptonian fetuses, if that's what was in the birthing matrix. Oh, wait - the data's in his cells, so he doesn't even destroy that. Brilliant. Loved it. There were moments that I was just giddy watching. Everybody doesn't like anything. So nu. It's dearly to be hoped that this movie influences the Superman comics a great deal, not to mention the little matter of setting the pattern for any other future Warner Bros superhero movies. As for the boring horse race, I imagine this one is good for 300 million domestic.