Superman III

Superman III
Superman III

Year

1983

Duration

120 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

This third instalment in the Man of Steel franchise is a goofy comic-book adventure that focuses as much on the presence of comedian Richard Pryor as it does on Christopher Reeve's Superman. Pryor plays a nerdy computer hacker enlisted by billionaire baddie Robert Vaughan to carry out his latest scheme to take over the world. Meanwhile, Clark Kent takes time out to visit his childhood sweetheart in Smallville, little realising that he'll soon be doing battle with an evil version of himself.

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Contains mild violence and language.

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