Keith Chow and Adam Starcaster return to Metropolis to do an audio commentary for Superman III, the 1983 sequel starring Richard Pryor and Christopher Reeve. Widely regarded as the point when the Reeve Superman franchise took a downturn, Keith and Adam discover… it wasn’t that bad.
Together, they reassess the film’s legacy: Like, how it inspired the plot to the ’90s classic, Office Space. When it seemed to repurpose the Adam West Batcave. The horrific transformation of the main henchwoman into a robot. Also, the Clark vs. Bad Superman stuff is great, as is the chemistry between Reeve and Annette O’Toole as Lana Lang. Richard Pryor also gets a bad rap because Gus Gorman is an iconic character. He’s just in the wrong movie. Speaking of rap, stay until the end when they perform the rap from Bobby Brown’s Ghostbusters II theme song around the two-hour mark!
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