I managed to see a Man of Steel screening. No spoilers, but the movie was such a missed opportunity, to me anyway. Maybe Nolan, Snyder and Co. aren't to blame - maybe it's what audiences truly want but the movie felt like a bad video game...complete with boss battles. There were scenes taped together that didn't have much to do with each other. Like they started with the best scenes from 3 scripts and crowbarred them together. These creative teams need to settle on one story and stick to it. Otherwise, it's like your favorite singer performing a medley - it's the best parts of your favorite songs, but there's nothing tying them together and it all feels shallow and rushed. The songs are still great, but they're jammed together with no reasoning. That's how I felt about Man of Steel. It's the same problem I had with Dark Knight Rises.