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Plot: Superman does a lot in his newest adventure. Archvillain Lex Luthor, determined to make the world safe for nuclear arms merchants, creates a new being to challenge the Man of Steel: the radiation-charged Nuclear Man. The two super-powered foes clash in an explosive screen extranvaganza that sees… Runtime: 90 min Release Date: 24 Jul 1987
Have we all been watching the same movie? In a franchise that was until this point fairly average, finally somebody decided to make a movie that was true to the comic books.From the moment the opening credits rolled I was convinced I was witnessing a film worthy of the best film Oscar, perhaps the fact it wasn't even nominated will remain the greatest oversight in film making history.High points: A villain that offered evilness personified, campness and humour all rolled into one, chris reeve really excelling in a script finally worthy of the role, and a wonderful reprisal from gene <more>
hackman.Low pointd: ended too damn soon. lol.Cinematography was exceptional, I really believed superman was flying. Music was spot on as always so no change there.How superman iv is so unpopular will always remain a mystery to me. I rate it fifth in my top five after godfather, seven samurai,rear window and the good the bad and the ugly.Pure cinema. Pure genius. Pure superman as he was intended. Stop everything and watch this movie. Faultless!!!
I maybe in the small percentage here but I thought this movie was a good solid comic book film. OK your probably thinking I'm mental for liking a film thats got a review of 3.3...but bear with it as I will explain why I like it.OK first off when I was younger I watched a film that had superman in it and a superman in a black costume....but I could never remember what superman it was, I knew it wasn't the first one or the third because I had them on video, so it was bound to be the second.When superman two was on sky movies I watched it and to my shock it didn't have that bit of <more>
cinema and action that I remembered watching as a child. After countless google searches I finally found out there was a superman four so quickly got hold of a copy and watched it...this is where the review begins.To begin with it has almost all the original cast back for the final film of the series, which is nice on its own, the opening sequence is I will admit abit poor compared to the previous films but when you hear the music you know your watching a superman film. Anyway the film goes on and superman starts to deal with issues that are important, a child writes to him and asks him to take all the nuclear weapons off earth and destroy them, to begin with superman isn't too sure on the idea. Anyway in the end he does destroy them, mean while Lex Luthor steals one of superman's hairs from a museum and uses it to create Nuclear Man, basically an evil superman...well it's almost exactly like superman except hes blonde and needs the sun to get energy on a more extreme level than superman.Still the movie has some great action sequences and fits in well to the other superman films, though you do have to take this for what it is "a comic book movie" it is good at what it is, you have to watch it and forget everything you where ever taught or believe...OK some of the stuff like the fight on the moon is abit extreme but it's a SUPERman movie. I can only suggest you watch this movie but just don't take it seriously it is a nice movie to watch and it is memorable which I hope is the message you got from the beginning of this review.
My rating - 3/5 stars CONTAINS SPOILERS Released in 1987, Superman did very poorly in the box office, because of bad reviews and because of some people's experiences with Superman III. John Williams replaced Ken Thorne - He and Alexander Courage made terrific music, possibly the greatest in the entire series, but unfortunately not on CD. Superman IV, a Cannon Group Inc./Golan-Globus Production, directed by Sidney J. Furie, and featuring the return of Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Margot Kidder, Jackie Cooper, and Marc McClure, a story by Christopher Reeve, Lawrence Konner, and Mark <more>
Rosenthal -Christopher Reeve returned as the Man of Steel, on the condition that he could help write the story. He came up with a very sensitive theme - nuclear disarmament.After receiving a letter from a boy wishing that Superman would rid the world of nuclear weapons, Superman decides to put the plan into action, and with the approval of the world leaders, he hurles the missiles into space. Unknown to him is the fact that Lex Luthor planted a device on one of the missiles, with DNA from a strand of Superman's hair. A nuclear creation emerges from the sun, and makes his way to Earth. "Nuclear Man" proves to be Superman's biggest challenge yet. He destroys everything in reach to "have fun," and gives Superman a nuclear beating. Although Superman proves to be a better fighter, Superman is scratched on the back of his neck by Nuclearman's "nuclear nails." Bleeding for the first time in his life with his powers Superman becomes "sick" and disappears. He uses the green crystal for the second time not too original which returns his powers to him. Suddenly, we see a scene with Nuclearman destroying everything in sight, until Superman will tell him where Lacy Warfield new publisher of the Daily Planet is hidden. The scene basically pops out of nowhere, and leaves you staring at the screen with a blank look on your face. Superman pretends that Lacy is in an elevator, shuts the lights off, and hurls it into the moon. Superman forgets to do a double check to see if any cracks are in the elevator, and is attacked by a regenerated Nuclearman. Superman is pummeled into the ground literally , while Nuclearman flies back to Earth. Nuclearman grabs Lacy, and flies up to space, his reasons unknown. He's a blond, buff, moron - What did you expect? Superman moves the moon possibly causing tidal waves in the process to cover up the sun. Nuclearman "shuts down," and Lacy is left struggling to hang on to him, so she doesn't "fall," then Superman comes out of nowhere and brings her back. He takes Nuclearman, and throws him into a nuclear reactor. One would think that this would cause a power surge, but every light in the city turns on, blinding everyone in sight, even though I'm sure many of the buildings didn't have their light switches on.The budget was cut in half, leaving the special effects group helplessly reusing effects. One of these reused effects seems like a cutout of Superman being pushed towards the camera on a stick great way of describing it, DVDfile .The only thing that saves this film is a great story the nuclear disarmament idea, DEFINITELY not Nuclearman and some great performances, as usual, by Christopher Reeve and Gene Hackman. Margot Kidder appears as well, but doesn't get a whole lot of screen time.The old wise tale is that there was a screening of Superman IV: The Quest For Peace in Orange County, CA. The viewers didn't like it, so they cut the supposedly 134 minute movie down to a measly 90 minutes. The TV version has 2 extra minutes of footage. It's possible that the extended cut is still out there - many fans have a theory that it was thrown in the fire. I think it may be out there - you never know if that one pimple faced college student had his mini camera handy when he attended the Orange County screening...
Part 4 is better then the first 3 (by jacobjohntaylor1)
Don't get me wrong the first 3 movies of Superman are great. But this one is better. What is better then this one is Superman returns and Man of steel. Still this is a great movie. It has great acting. It also has a great story line. It also has great special effects. This a great movie. All the Superman movie are great. See all the Superman movies. The Superman movies are must sees. There are some of the best action movies of all time. I need more line and I am running out of things to say. This is a great movie. Great movie great movie great movie great movie. See it see it see it. <more>
There is a lot of action in it. See it see it see it see it.
"The film that killed Superman"? Give me a break (by RiffRaffMcKinley)
I cannot stand public opinion about the fourth and final Christopher Reeve "Superman" outing. "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace", while not the best of the entire series, is better than "Superman III" and better than Richard Lester's cartoonish "Superman II" in which Lois Lane actually says, "I'm going to change into something more comfortable" .First of all, people have claimed that "IV" is the most physically ridiculous of all four. This is not true. Yes, for a human to fly in space, they would have to survive being burned <more>
up leaving Earth's atmosphere, then survive the vacuum of space in other words, two people would have been dead by the end of the movie . However, let's revisit the 1978 original, in which the Man of Steel flies around the world, making it spin backwards, which also makes time reverse. If that really happened, every living thing and object on the planet's face would be flung off into the cold depths of space.I won't linger on this anymore. Yes, "The Quest for Peace" has unbearable dialogue in places , but it's classic Superman-- the cheese, the cheap effects, and the general cartoon feel. Plus, it does have Jon Cryer, in what is oddly his best performance of all time you'd better believe it , and a solid message people still need to think about. In other words, come to believe a man can fly, stay for the inherent message of the movie: we would have to be very stupid to nuke our own planet.
I know it is an old film, and as Superman films go, not many people like it. But I would just like to say that I think all you idiots out there should have more respect. Superman IV is just as good as the others. I know you all seem to think that is bad because of this and that and what other reasons you may have, but you should all have more respect and just enjoy the film, regardless of its flaws.There are films coming out and being produced at this moment that are much more worse than Superman IV The Quest For Peace.No matter what you idiots out there think, I know this film is great in <more>
its own right. But all of you "other" Superman fans out there, just go back to your little chairs and read your comics, and leave legends alone if you cannot accept them!
This sequel is the third best in the series of four movies. Great performances, special effects, and a good story make this film a must-see for Superman fans, and movie fans.The story is about Superman's quest for peace. He rids the world of nuclear weapons to do so. Lex Luthor creates a Nuclear Man to destroy world and so he can rule the world. Meanwhile, Warfield Industries buy the Daily Planet and turn it into one of David Warfield's tabloid papers. Will the Daily Planet regain its title as Metropolis's leading newspaper? Will Superman defeat the evil Nuclear Man? Find out in <more>
this action-packed Super adventure.I give it 8/10 stars.