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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004EE2ZY2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 46,903 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Knight_77 on 13 April 2011
Format: DVD
This is not Superman for simpletons. If you can't get your head around variant readings of characters, or you're simply too caught up in unfounded fan-boy preconceptions of what 'such and such' hero 'should be like' then maybe this isn't for you.

If, however, you enjoyed 'Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow by the stellar Alan Moore, and are looking for something complimentary for your viewing pleasure, then this is one sci-fi yarn I would heartily recommend.

Yes, it's whacky! But what Morrison (and ultimately McDuffie, RIP) managed to do is distill the 'essence' of Superman in all its ridiculous, heroic, inspiring beauty, and give us one heck of a yarn, to boot.

An excellent take which sticks closely to its source material. Approach with an open mind and you shouldn't be disappointed.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By martinlondon on 14 April 2011
Format: Blu-ray
For me, the pick of the DCU animated adaptations so far - thoughtful, thrilling, well-acted and faithful to Grant Morrison and Fran Quitely's stunning comic series (available in Books)
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Hudson on 2 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
After reading the other reviews, which i found uninformative and basically thoughtless, i felt it necessary to supply my own. Having read both volumes of All Star Superman, i was intrigued to see how an animated movie would cope with the sheer scope of the original source material. As it happens the makers have created an intelligent slice of Superman lore which harks back to the "good 'ol days" of Superman's comic book existence. One reviewer here said that a better movie would be to show how we got to the start point of this movie. That's been done so many times before. The brave thing to do was to actually show how a superman dies and what he would do during his last months on Earth which is essentially All Star Superman. With the use of a little imagination, at the start of this film, it can be construed that Superman has already had all the adventures ever written/to be written about and that Lex Luthor has been a mad scientist, the CEO of Lex Corp, President of the USA and is now incarcerated by the US military to work for them where he's really plotting to kill Superman. This story is the end of days for Superman where Lex Luthor finally wins!

Superman has been shown, over the last 70 years, dealing with any physical situation that can be imagined. This story deals with battles that we can all relate to, the biggest battles of all...emotional ones. Superman may have continuously saved the planet on numerous occasions but in this story we see that a simple withering look from Lois Lane has far more effect on the Man of Steel than any punch he has ever received. This movie shows both Clark Kent and Superman as very different characters. Kent with his feet pointed inwards and slumped shoulders while Superman is the epitome of calm under pressure.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bizarro on 22 Sept. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This was really enjoyable, not as much action as I was expecting but enough to keep my interest.

Basic plot is that Superman is exposed to too much solar radiation from the sun and he is slowly dying, this is a good premise and how he handles his sudden mortality was a great story.

While the movie could have benefited from Tim Daly as the voice of Superman, Lex Luthor is done very well by Anthony LaPaglia (although not as good as Clancy Brown) with Christina Hendricks doing a very good Lois Lane.

Not much more I can say without ruining the story so will just complain that it is not available on region 2.
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Format: Blu-ray
The Man of Steel is dying after receiving an extreme dose of solar radiation. Trying to live out his last days and wrap up all loose ends, he spends it with Lois and gives her a special serum that grants her superpowers for twenty-four hours. When unexpected twists and turns arise, the two must save Metropolis together. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor has plans of his own and when he gets his hands on the serum that granted Lois superpowers, he becomes as powerful as Superman.

Can the Last Son of Krypton stop his arch nemesis while also saving the Earth from a damaged sun before he perishes?

When I think of classic Superman, I think of this story. The reason is because this story involves all of the classic elements of Superman lore, everything from the basics like Lois Lane and Lex Luthor, all the way to the Fortress of Solitude, the bottle city of Kandor, a full array of superpowers--and in the case of this story, some new ones, which reminds me of the "bonus" powers portrayed in Superman IV (though they're not silly in this one like they were in that flick)--the Phantom Zone, Superman using not only his super brawn but also his super brains, Lois having superpowers (which has happened quite a lot in Supes's history--she's got a cool costume in this, by the way), and a ton more.

Based on the graphic novel by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, this flick asks the hard questions about Superman's mortality, if such a thing is possible, and if it is possible, then how would that possibly play out? Unlike Superman's death when the Man of Steel went up against Doomsday, this story isn't about a giant slugfest, but about a slow death caused by the very thing that gives Superman his powers: the sun.
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