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Kevin Smith as Grumpy Man
Adam Baldwin as Superman / Clark Kent / Dark Superman
Anne Heche as Lois Lane
James Marsters as Lex Luthor
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600.05 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 15 min
P/S 6 / 43
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23.976 fps
1hr 15 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by disdressed12 7 / 10

not too bad,but not that faithful to the comic version of events

as an animated movie,this one isn't too bad.i liked the story and the great action sequences and there are some great fight scenes.but if you're really into the history behind the battle between Superman and Doomsday and the aftermath(in other words,if you've read the comic version of the events)you might be disappointed,as i don't think it is that faithful to the source material.but beyond that,the movie does seem a little rushed.i think they may have tried to jam too much into the short 75 minute running time.still,the movie is shouldn't get bored watching it.DC has done better though and although i liked it,it wasn't as good as i had hoped or expected.all in all,though,i'd Give Superman:Doomsday a 7/10 based on it's entertainment value.

Reviewed by Norman Cook 7 / 10

This isn't your father's animated Superman!

I saw the premiere of Superman Doomsday on July 26, 2007 at the San Diego Comic-Con. It rightfully earns a PG-13 rating for some very intense violence. Although impossible to condense the epic comic book saga into about 80 minutes, the movie captures the essence of the comic book series. The story moves along briskly in the first and third acts, with lots of death and destruction. The second act looks poignantly at a world without Superman. The scene between Lois Lane and Martha Kent brought a tear to my eye. The animation is of high quality. The characters are drawn somewhat differently than in previous incarnations. The way they drew the character cheekbones was a bit distracting at first, but I soon got used to it. Otherwise, the characters and the animation were quite nicely done. Overall, I enjoyed Superman Doomsday a lot and I look forward to more PG-13 interpretations from the DC universe.

Reviewed by membership-7 10 / 10

Finally a good animated superhero feature

I'm not a fan of Singer's Superman Returns, and sadly the last Superman animated feature "Brainiac Attacks" was so much full of action, that the characters became too pale. But here the action and character scenes are properly balanced. The animated Lex Luther is as always much better than any of the life-action versions. Clancy Brown voice gave Luthor a dangerous tone. I never thought it possible that James Marsters is up to the job to replace him. But he did it well. It's a different Luthor somehow. Much more psycho if you want. Bruce Timm and company did a good movie out of a rather boring Comic series from the 90's. After this I'm looking forward for more Bruce Timm movies. I would also welcome another Batman animated movie as long as it's Kevin Conroys version and not that crappy Batwave series.

Ah yes... this movie is far better than the new Marvel animated features. Only the first Avengers was fine and has to be excluded.

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