Just got back. Some quick thoughts. Good, but not great. Could have been a lot worse though, and should successfully relaunch the franchise. Not really crazy about the "superkid" angle. I didn't feel like we got enough time to know Superman ... but I guess he's kind of a robotic character anyway. Routh is definitely no Chris Reeve, but he's decent and likable enough. They need to ease up on the "plastic" look though ... I wonder if that was CG. It was a little "colder" and a bit duller at times than what I'd expect from a Superman film. Kind of an odd mismash of the Donner versions of Singer's own style. It doesn't really have the sense of wonder/fantasy that the Donner version does. I will give credit for Singer for acknowleding and even embracing the Donner version though ... most director's probably would've just started from scratch. Kate Bosworth isn't the "spunky" Lois Lane we're used to, but I got used to her rather quickly. She wasn't terrible as perhaps some feared. The coolest thing was seeing the credits at the beginning done in the 1970s style ... I've only been able to watch the Superman films on TV/VHS ... so to see it on the big screen like that was awesome.