Superman III


Action / Comedy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 26%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 24%
IMDb Rating 4.9 10 55643


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October 09, 2011 at 07:44 PM



Robert Vaughn as Ross Webster
Christopher Reeve as Superman / Clark Kent
Frank Oz as Brain Surgeon
Richard Pryor as Gus Gorman
700.94 MB
23.976 fps
2hr 5 min
P/S 20 / 98

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MovieBuffMarine 5 / 10

Not bad, but not on par with the previous movies

I remember way back in fifth grade, my classmate saying he won't see Superman III because it has Richard Pryor in it and thought it will just be a comedy. Well the movie came and went. While this sequel was not as good as the previous two, Richard Pryor in my opinion, did NOT ruin it and had little to do with how it turned out.

It is true that Pryor as Gus Gorman brought some comic relief for this movie, but it did not "ruin" it. All Mr. Pryor had was the script that he was provided and was limited to that. Mr. Pryor even thought the screenplay was terrible!

Robert Vaughn played new villain, Ross Webster and it's hard to find a role of Vaughn to hate. But again, he was just as limited to the script.

Superman getting effected by the synthetic Kryptonite was a good touch. It brought the needed conflict to a Superman story. This may have been the few qualities of this sequel as Superman always faces conflict.

Unfortunately, Reeve reprising the iconic role and bringing in seasoned actors were not enough to boost the story. While again, in my opinion, this was totally watchable, you can see it didn't follow the last two films in quality.

It seemed like the writers did a sleepy job of this sequel. Not only were the fans disappointed, but the players. This would be the end of the line for the producers (the Salkinds) for this iteration of Superman with no opportunity to redeem themselves. While this iteration of Superman continued for one more film, unfortunately everything went from mediocre to worse.

While not the final film in the Christopher Reeve iteration, Superman III signaled the end of this era and without the quality that made it a hit five years earlier.

Reviewed by leplatypus 10 / 10

Not a super-script but a super-movie anyway (dad)

Maybe at its release, the movie didn't seem good: indeed, the story is so ridiculous and repetitive from the 1st movie than we can be disappointed (thus Donner was right when he wanted rewrites from this same team!)…

However, today, it has become really good: first of all, I don't know any funny guy in the new generation and this late Richard Pryor at last makes me laugh! He is maybe a clone of Eddie Murphy but their wit and tongue were cool and not dirty!

Next, the movie happens at the start of the computer era: now it's funny to discover the look of the elders and the naive way they were considered (change climate, drive boats, living organism). Here, the capacities are so unbelievable and geek (the computer game against Supe) that it ends funny!

Next, if I missed badly Lois, at least Christopher proved one more time how he was talented and I really like the different attitudes he shows… His return to Smallville and the introduction of Lana is interesting to the myth.

At last, it's a American movie that feels good: the violence is very light and all the family can watch the movie; you see American people working, meeting together to have fun so it's very different of today productions when we wonder when people earns their life and it was a world free of digital relationships! In addition, all along the movie, there is moments when the movie goes totally nuts (the beginning, the electronic jam) and thus, this simple, cheaper candid America was really enjoyable to come back today!

Reviewed by Artur Machado 3 / 10


Again I say: a movie of superheroes does not have to be totally serious, but also does not have to be totally stupid. Christopher Reeve, who truly portrays Clark Kent/Superman and even an Evil Superman, is the only redeeming factor of this disgrace, along with Annette O'Toole who plays Lana Lang, Clark's high school crush. Richard Pryor may be a great comedian, but here he's just an idiot who somehow goes from vagabond to computer genius, and villains are nothing threatening. Only the beginning of the movie with a sequence of stupid scenes á là Mr. Magoo sets the tone for the rest of the two hours, which clearly is no good omen.

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