Superman: Doomsday Reviews

  • Jan 26, 2021

    Movie is titled Superman Doomsday. but Doomsday is on screen for 20mins.

    Movie is titled Superman Doomsday. but Doomsday is on screen for 20mins.

  • Jan 11, 2021

    I loved it, and Lois was amazingly portrayed. It did in one movie what death and reign needed in 2, and the fast paced plot is much more interesting.

    I loved it, and Lois was amazingly portrayed. It did in one movie what death and reign needed in 2, and the fast paced plot is much more interesting.

  • Nov 09, 2020

    Way too much Superman and Lois relationship turmoil. It was given more importance than Superman dying. Of course, Superman may have preferred to be dead than listening to all of Lois' whining. The fight animation is good, but hardly ground breaking.

    Way too much Superman and Lois relationship turmoil. It was given more importance than Superman dying. Of course, Superman may have preferred to be dead than listening to all of Lois' whining. The fight animation is good, but hardly ground breaking.

  • Aug 08, 2020

    This was a bad film ever

    This was a bad film ever

  • Jul 15, 2020

    So-so beginning to the DC Animated Movie series that does the job of showing a more mature level of storytelling, even if the story itself doesn't quite jell. The vocal cast is solid across the board, with Adam Baldwin making an excellent Superman/Clark Kent while James Marsters brings new layers to Lex Luthor. Behind the camera, Bruce Timm and his fellow filmmakers elevate the DC Animated Universe with more mature storytelling and content. Superman and Lois Lane are very clearly in a sexual relationship (she's shown in the Fortress of Solitude wearing nothing but a towel at one point) even if it hasn't evolved to a higher emotional level (Superman has trouble confirming he is Clark Kent, even if Lois clearly knows it already). The first half of the story is excellent, with the battle with Doomsday being brutal and epic. However, it is the second half that fills a bit forced, though what Lex Luthor does is quite interesting. Overall, an okay beginning but has since been replaced by the superior "Death & Return of Superman" movies years later.

    So-so beginning to the DC Animated Movie series that does the job of showing a more mature level of storytelling, even if the story itself doesn't quite jell. The vocal cast is solid across the board, with Adam Baldwin making an excellent Superman/Clark Kent while James Marsters brings new layers to Lex Luthor. Behind the camera, Bruce Timm and his fellow filmmakers elevate the DC Animated Universe with more mature storytelling and content. Superman and Lois Lane are very clearly in a sexual relationship (she's shown in the Fortress of Solitude wearing nothing but a towel at one point) even if it hasn't evolved to a higher emotional level (Superman has trouble confirming he is Clark Kent, even if Lois clearly knows it already). The first half of the story is excellent, with the battle with Doomsday being brutal and epic. However, it is the second half that fills a bit forced, though what Lex Luthor does is quite interesting. Overall, an okay beginning but has since been replaced by the superior "Death & Return of Superman" movies years later.

  • Jun 24, 2020

    The story is simplified but still carries the emotional punch due to some great voice work and welcomed adult content/emotions.

    The story is simplified but still carries the emotional punch due to some great voice work and welcomed adult content/emotions.

  • Dec 24, 2018

    Liked it. And own it.

    Liked it. And own it.

  • Jun 28, 2018

    Excellent! Loved the movie

    Excellent! Loved the movie

  • May 12, 2018

    DC the way it's meant to be.

    DC the way it's meant to be.

  • Apr 01, 2018

    More mindless than many of the other outings in the DCAU and lacking on effective writing, Superman: Doomsday still retains the good voice acting and inspired art style that we've come to expect from Warner Bros. Animation.

    More mindless than many of the other outings in the DCAU and lacking on effective writing, Superman: Doomsday still retains the good voice acting and inspired art style that we've come to expect from Warner Bros. Animation.