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Superman III 4K 1983 Ultra HD 2160p

Superman III 4K 1983 Ultra HD 2160p
Country: USA | UK
Time: 125 min
IMDB: 5.0
Director: Richard Lester
Actors: Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Margot Kidder, Jackie Cooper, Marc McClure, Annette O'Toole, Annie Ross, Pamela Stephenson, Robert Vaughn, Gavan O'Herlihy, Nancy Roberts, Graham Stark, Henry Woolf, Gordon Rollings, Peter Wear, Justin Case, Bob Todd, Terry Camilleri.

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Superman III 4K 1983 Ultra HD 2160p
The computer operator gives the villain a chance to take over Superman...

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By the third installment, director Richrd Donner has finally left the project, and it feels that way. "Superman 3" feels drastically different in tone from the previous films. It is essentially a comedy, which also might have been good if not for the execution.


It's hard to single out one particular plot line, but they are all equally ridiculous and confusing. From the very beginning in the credits, the beautiful space view from the previous films is replaced by a scene of comic sequences. This scene has nothing to do with the others. After that, we are introduced to the main character, Gus Gormanon. And by main character, I mean that he has more screen time than Superman and that the main events are related to him. Gus is a comedic character, so most of the events associated with him carry an awkward comedic character. Gus has a completely illogical hacking ability, which results in him trying to be recruited by the main antagonists of the film. As I said earlier, Gorman's abilities are completely illogical. With the push of a few buttons, he can do anything from hacking into bank accounts, to controlling the weather. Sometimes there are completely extraneous scenes in the frame. But there are some impressive moments, like the scene where Superman gets an evil doppelganger. Their fight sort of symbolizes Superman's struggle with the darkness within. But this scene is given too little time. If the writers had devoted the entire movie to Superman's doppelganger and linked him to Bizarro's comic book character, "Superman 3" could have been quite decent.

The cast

Christopher Reeve held himself to a high standard as always. In the battle scene between the good and evil Superman, I really could believe it was two different people. Of course, aside from the main character, there wasn't a single more memorable character in the movie. The main character's place was taken by Lana Leng, Clark's first high school love and, supposedly, his romantic interest in this film (the plot does not specify this). She's supposed to be kind and sweet, but she's not. She was annoying with her complaints about provincial life, and at one point she became distracted, almost killing her son as a result. Such a person cannot evoke sympathy. Lois was absent for the entire movie, and when she found out about Lana, she got worried, but it didn't matter, because the movie was soon over, it was her last scene. In addition to the blighted love line, the humor also suffered greatly. Gus Gorman was played by the talented comedian Richard Pryor, but he actually played himself (If you're familiar with his performances, you know what I mean), the character came across as remarkably empty. I don't understand why he was given most of the screen time. All the scenes with him are one drawn-out standup. But Gus Gorman is not the villain. He is run by a company owner who is completely written off of Lex Luthor. He is uninteresting and completely formulaic, but when you are sure he is the villain at the very end of the movie the computer comes out and attacks both the owners and Superman. My opinion: there is no villain in the movie.

Visually the technical part is.

"Superman," along with series like 'Star Trek,' 'Star Wars,' and 'Aliens,' created a furor in special effects in the '70s and '80s. But even that part of the movie disappointed me. The picture quality is so dull and muddy, and the special effects hover between implausible and not bad for the time, and the sound editing is good by today's standards. The final battle is boring, with Superman either invincible or suffering from everything, including rockets, which simply goes against the logic of the franchise. It doesn't help matters one bit that the missiles are controlled by a weird 16-bit game. At this point, the seriousness has finally left the movie.

Bottom line:

"Superman 3" really had potential with the hacking theme, Clark Kent's struggle with his demons and the "love triangle" with him, Lois and Lana. But all the potential was squandered on inappropriate jokes and boring action. Richard Pryor was a great comedian and actor, it's just not the movie I want to remember him for. I can say the same about Christopher Reeve. I'm sure you'll find something fun in the movie, but for me personally it was the beginning of the end of the franchise.


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Codec: HEVC / H.265 (56.6 Mb/s)
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: Dolby TrueHD with Dolby Atmos 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
English: Dolby Digital 2.0
French: Dolby Digital 2.0
German: Dolby Digital 2.0
Italian: Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish (Latino): Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish: Dolby Digital Mono
Japanese: Dolby Digital Mono

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