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Action and Adventure
This version of the Superman story, made back in 1978 when the concept of a film based on a superhero comic was almost entirely new, wowed audiences with its spectacular adventures. Some of the effects might seem a little creaky now, but the story will still have you on the edge of your seat. It follows the life of a baby named Kal-El, who is sent to earth from his doomed home planet Krypton by his parents, and then slowly adjusts to life among the human race - before arriving in the city of Metropolis to begin a double life as a timid reporter and a superhero. Christopher Reeve strikes the perfect balance of humour and steely determination as the man in the cape, ably supported by a hugely impressive cast, and legendary John Williams score.
In this enthralling sequel, Clark Kent attempts to give up his powers as Superman to live a normal life - but can he still save the world as a human?
7+ years 122 mins
Superhero drama in which a shy high-school student accidentally acquires the ability to climb and sense danger like a spider.
11+ years 116 mins
Hilarious comedy about a group of useless superheroes that are called upon to help when a crazed evil genius captures the real superhero.
7–16 years 116 mins
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