Superman Movie Minute #19 – Your Weight and My I.Q.

SUPERMAN MOVIE MINUTE #19 - Your Weight and My I.Q.

Fire and Water Network All-Stars Chris Franklin and Rob Kelly bring you SUPERMAN MOVIE MINUTE, where they analyze, scrutinize, and you'll-believe-a-man-can-fly-ize the classic 1978 film starring Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Margot Kidder, and Marlon Brando, five minutes at a time!

In minutes 91:00 - 96:00, Superman leaves, Clark arrives, and Lex reads the paper.

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5 responses to “Superman Movie Minute #19 – Your Weight and My I.Q.

  1. Another fun 5 minutes.

    I also tried to figure out the math … the whole millions of years versus 30 years.

    But now that I am older and feel millions of years old, I can understand the relativity of time.

  2. why would anyone have a problem with Reeve’s take on Clark Kent? The whole point of the Metropolis version of CK is to fool people, to blend into the background. In reality, we know that’d be total b.s. because Clark’s a tall mofo (even with intentional slumping) and looks like a male model with bad eyesight. But you know, either a viewer buys the premise or they don’t. This might be because I’m biased. Never took to the Adv. of Superman tv show.
    Leave it to Cfranks to squeeze in yet another mention of Burt Reynolds.
    And I think Rob might have a calling as the new voice of Clark Kent and Superman! I haven’t heard heard such a powerful voice acting since Kevin Conroy became Batman!

  3. I have two thoughts on Clark almost revealing his secret identity. 1st I think It must be killing Clark to be keeping this secret. Especially from the woman he loves. 2nd he is basically lying to her. It must be this crazy conflict between his birth fathers guidance that he must keep this secret to protect those closest to him and his adoptive fathers morals of never lying or keeping secrets. That’s why he almost does it and then stops.

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