Superman III

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Science fiction

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Time Out says

A splendid opening during the credits, with Lester displaying his dazzling skills in perfectly timed slapstick, sets the tone for the most satirical of the series so far. Here our superhero undergoes a psychotic reversal and turns into a real sleazo as he comes up against a megalomaniac tycoon (Vaughn in fine form) who is using computer wizard Pryor as an accomplice in his attempts to take over the world and destroy Superman. Unfortunately the pacy humour of the first half soon dwindles to a weak climax, and Pryor hams shamelessly, yet again proving that he's best in serious parts or as a stand-up man. Enjoyable, nevertheless.
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UK release:

1983

Duration:

125 mins

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What? Richard Pryor? NO! The only thing that made this movie get two stars instead of one was because of the battle in the movie with Clark Kent Vs. Superman! That was the BEST part of the film.