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Perhaps THE most recognized super hero in the world, the Superman film franchise has had some hits and misses. But the Richard Donner directed first film is highly regarded as the grand daddy of every comic book flick that has come out since it’s 1978 release.

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    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
    • [PG-13]

    • Mar 25, 2016

    With the world divided on whether Superman (Henry Cavill) is friend or foe, Batman (Ben Affleck) wages war against him for the danger he has brought to Metropolis. But when Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) creates the monstrous Doomsday, they must settle their differences to stop it from destroying their city.

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    Man Of Steel
    • [PG-13]

    • Jun 14, 2013

    An alien baby is sent to Earth as his planet of Krypton is destroyed. As a young man, he discovers he has extraordinary powers and eventually becomes Superman (Henry Cavill), who must protect Earth from General Zod (Michael Shannon) and his army of survivors.

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    Superman Returns
    • [PG-13]

    • Jun 23, 2006

    A spiritual homage to the first two films, Superman (Brandon Routh) returns to Earth after searching for the remains of his destroyed planet of Krypton. Lex Luthor (Kevin Spacey) plots to render him powerless after take a piece of Kryptonite from Superman’s Fortress of Solitude.

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    Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
    • [PG]

    • Jul 24, 1987

    Super-villian Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman) wants to make the world safe for nuclear arms merchants, so he creates the radiation powered Nuclear Man (Mark Pillow) to keep Superman (Christopher Reeve) out of his “hair.” The two engage it a world wide battle from the Great Wall of China to the volcanic Mount Etna.

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    Superman 3
    • [PG]

    • Jul 17, 1983

    Wealthy businessman Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn) hires a computer genius (Richard Pryor) to create a synthetic Kryptonite, but it not only fails to kill Superman (Christopher Reeve), it sets loose an evil incarnation. Now Superman must literally battle himself, while stopping Webster from taking economical control of the world.

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    Superman 2
    • [PG]

    • Dec 4, 1980

    Superman (Christopher Reeve) accidentally frees Kryptonian villain General Zod (Terence Stamp) and his henchmen when he foils a terrorist attack. Clark renounces his super-powers to live a normal life with Lois Lane (Margot Kidder), but when Zod threatens the planet he must regain is powers to fight them off.

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    Superman
    • [PG]

    • Dec 15, 1978

    A hallmark in super-hero cinema, the original Richard Donner directed Superman featured incredible wire work and special effects. The film chronicles the origins of Superman (Christopher Reeve), from his birth on a dying Krypton to becoming the city of Metropolis’s ultimate protector from evil.

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