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Superman

"You'll believe a man can fly," the ads said, and by SUPERMAN's end that's just about true. Christopher Reeve essays the title role and makes it his own, combining correctly chiseled features with a likable comic humanity, while the film itself nicely bala… (more)

Released: 1978

Rating: PG

User Rating:4.24 out of 5 (21 ratings)

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  • Released: 1978
  • Rating: PG
  • User Rating:4.24 out of 5 (21 ratings)
  • Your Rating:
  • Review: "You'll believe a man can fly," the ads said, and by SUPERMAN's end that's just about true. Christopher Reeve essays the title role and makes it his own, combining correctly chiseled features with a likable comic humanity, while the film itself nicely bala… (more)

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