I like it. There is no objective morality. Clark relies on coming up with the best outcome for everyone involved. And that's the most important part; you know hes got everyone's well being on his mind. And it's easy to exploit this, kinda like Lex does.
See now this i understand. Either Snyder was being ambiguous or he framed his words very weirdly(doing the wrong thing makes him inspiring and helps him sleep better pfft). If Snyder meant what you've said here, then i can kind of accept what he's saying.
So far, pretty much yeah. I do have faith in Ben Affleck but his performance is yet to be seen. A minor peeve of mine is that in the comics apart from martian manhunter, generally, Superman is the tallest member of the justice league and with Affleck and Momoa around that really isn't the case. However, Cavill's chiseled jaw and incredible upper body make up for it :D
@lvenger: he doesn't like what Snyder says about not standing for anything grandiose like truth, justice and the American way, but Snyder isn't wrong. Superman isn't political; Superman just wants to do what he believes is right based on his upbringing.
Thanks for replying for me but that isn't quite it...Superman not being political is common knowledge. Going on Snyder's explanation and what's generally been happening with Superman lately, 'the completely unsure Superman' isn't that a very scary thing?
And i'm not understanding how that is more inspiring. That last paragraph made no sense to me either. Also speaking of political alliance, does that and following the law go hand in hand? Have you seen Superman vs the elite? (It isn't the law according to superman) Based on what my view on Superman is i'm really confused as to what Snyder is getting at. If anyone can explain i'd really appreciate it.