I agree with Zoom. I didn't like Man of Steel. The only thing it did right was put Superman in a drag out fight, which had not happened really since Superman II back in 1980. (I don't think Nuclear Man should count.) However, the execution of the story, the dialogue, I thought it was all garbage. The whole thing didn't feel like Superman. It felt like a hodgepodge of Attack of the Clones, Avatar, other sci-fi films. I wasn't crazy about Henry Cavill, to be honest. He didn't pull a Daniel Craig and make much of an impression. I thought Michael Shannon was great. I've enjoyed many of Zack Snyder's movies, particularly 300 and Dawn of the Dead. He's great at visuals, but I don't think anyone is concerned with visuals. I think people are more concerned with his ability to make a cohesive story with character growth. His two films prior to Man of Steel don't seem to indicate that storytelling is his forte: Watchmen was mediocre at best, and Sucker Punch was a complete mess. I'm probably not going to watch Batman vs. Superman unless word of mouth is good. I think DC/WB is so desperate to catch up to Marvel that the quality won't match Marvel's.