Jason Alexander, Henry Cavill and James Franco. Photos courtesy of Getty & Warner Bros.
When a movie makes $116 million in its opening weekend, you know a lot of people are going to have opinions about it.
Not only are critics and movie buffs weighing in on the blockbuster Superman reboot "Man of Steel," but some A-list celebrities are sharing their thoughts on the movie as well. Actors James Franco and Jason Alexander have post posted full-length reviews on line, and both seem to like the film quite a bit, though they also have their reservations.
James Franco wrote about "Man of Steel" for the irreverent news and satire magazine Vice, and as befits a man who takes honors-level college courses for fun, Franco's essay is as much a think piece as a review. Over the course of nearly 1300 words, Franco talks about the nature of the movie business, his role in Sam Raimi's "Spider Man" trilogy, the place of superheroes in our culture, director Richard Donner's body of work (including his 1978 "Superman"), and his uncomfortable relationship with "Man of Steel" star Henry Cavill.Read More »from Celebrity Critics Corner: ‘Man of Steel’ Reviewed by James Franco, Jason Alexander and More