I didn’t “love” the film but i thought it was a great Popcorn Movie and it reminded me that film does not always need to be deep and serious, it can also be a fun escape from the real world.
Unjustly existent, perhaps.
This would make a great double feature with Bryan Singer’s Superman Returns. They’re both examples of films made by talented filmmakers who are way too in love with the source material to give their remakes/ follow-ups the proper room to breath and become their own thing. Not to say there isn’t greatness in either film, there is but the final results could have been a lot tighter and unique in their own right.