Superman II Movie Minute #27 – Metropolis Mail-Bag

SUPERMAN II MOVIE MINUTE #27 – Metropolis Mail-Bag

Fire and Water Network All-Stars Chris Franklin and Rob Kelly bring you SUPERMAN II MOVIE MINUTE, where they analyze, scrutinize, and you’ll-believe-a-man-can-fly-ize the classic 1980 film starring Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Margot Kidder, and Terence Stamp, five minutes at a time!

In this episode, Chris and Rob wrap up SUPERMAN II MOVIE MINUTE with listener feedback from over the past 26 episodes, plus emails and Apple Podcasts reviews!

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5 responses to “Superman II Movie Minute #27 – Metropolis Mail-Bag

  1. I have loved this show so much. Thank you for all your hard work and see you back for SUPERMAN III. I just ordered the novelization for III and can’t wait to revisit the film with the two of you.

      1. I remember ordering the novelization through the Scholastic book club form at school. It was…how shall I put this…a little more adult oriented than the movie. Not to say it was porn or anything, there were a few passages that I thought were pretty steamy for a book I got at school.

      2. It’s actually thanks to Shag that I picked it up. On the year-end recap when he was talking about TV tie-ins, I had the spark to start looking into various novelizations I’ve always wanted. Soon, I’ll hopefully be able to order others like SUPERGIRL and QUEST FOR PEACE along with some other paperbacks. With Gothosmansion’s recollection, I’m doubly excited now to dive into III since it’s the most overlooked film in the franchise for me.

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