Movies from Clark Kent

Gorillas in the Mist

The story of Dian Fossey, a scientist who came to Africa to study the vanishing mountain gorillas, and later fought to protect them.
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In a 2013 issue of Batman and Robin, penned by Peter J. Tomasi, Bruce Wayne finds a list of movies that Clark had recommended to Bruce’s son, Damian. Right near the top is To Kill a Mockingbird.
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The Grapes of Wrath

Tom Joad returns to his home after a jail sentence to find his family kicked out of their farm due to foreclosure. He catches up with them on his Uncle’s farm, and joins them the next day as they head for California and a new life... Hopefully.
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In a 2013 issue of Batman and Robin, penned by Peter J. Tomasi, Bruce Wayne finds a list of movies that Clark had recommended to Bruce’s son, Damian.
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Lawrence of Arabia

The story of British officer T.E. Lawrence's mission to aid the Arab tribes in their revolt against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War. Lawrence becomes a flamboyant, messianic figure in the cause of Arab unity but his psychological instability threatens to undermine his achievements.
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In a 2013 issue of Batman and Robin, penned by Peter J. Tomasi, Bruce Wayne finds a list of movies that Clark had recommended to Bruce’s son, Damian. Right near the top is To Kill a Mockingbird.
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To Kill a Mockingbird

Scout Finch, 6, and her older brother Jem live in sleepy Maycomb, Alabama, spending much of their time with their friend Dill and spying on their reclusive and mysterious neighbor, Boo Radley. When Atticus, their widowed father and a respected lawyer, defends a black man named Tom Robinson against fabricated rape charges, the trial and tangent events expose the children to evils of racism and stereotyping.
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So when Jurgens had to come up with a pop-culture reference that would help prove Clark’s identity, the idea he’d had for a while suddenly had a place to exist on the page. It hasn’t quite caught on as a constant trope in Superman storytelling, but it did get a shout-out in a 2013 issue of Batman and Robin, penned by Peter J. Tomasi. In it, Bruce Wayne finds a list of movies that Clark had recommended to Bruce’s son, Damian. Right near the top is To Kill a Mockingbird.
Books recommended by Clark Kent
3 books

Literary Influences of Superman

3 Cultural influences, according to Jerry Siegel, creator of Superman's character.
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3 Cultural influences, according to Jerry Siegel, creator of Superman's character.
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7 songs

Top 7 Songs About Superman

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Music from Clark Kent

The Passenger

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However, when Superman heard “The Passenger” his mind immediately went to the version that stuck with him; Siouxsie’s iteration from 1987’s Through The Looking Glass. The significant takeaway here: Superman’s secret favorite band is Siouxsie And The Banshees. We can now speculate that if Superman had more time to focus on music, he’d take a deep dive into post-punk and discover he’s actually a massive goth, which also explains why Batman is his best friend.
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Man Of Steel

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Director Zack Snyder's 2013 reboot of the series, Man of Steel, is scored by Hans Zimmer, and is the first Superman film not to use any of Williams' themes.Director Zack Snyder's 2013 reboot of the series, Man of Steel, is scored by Hans Zimmer, and is the first Superman film not to use any of Williams' themes.
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Save Me

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Smallville, starring Tom Welling, has a vocal, rock-oriented main theme rather than a traditional "heroic" one. Written by band Remy Zero, the song takes the name "Save Me", from its chorus.
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Superman: The Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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The most expensive film made up to that point, with a budget of $55 million, Superman was released in December 1978 to critical and financial success; its worldwide box office earnings of $300 million made it the second-highest-grossing release of the year. It received praise for Reeve's performance, and was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Film Editing, Best Music (Original Score), and Best Sound, and received a Special Achievement Academy Award for Visual Effects.
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(Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty

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One of the big complaints about Man of Steel and Batman v Superman is that they were far too serious in tone. There is plenty of room for levity in a Superman story; not everything has to be weighed down by the relevance and importance of being such an important fictional character. With that being said, if you go too far into lighthearted stories, you end up with "Super-Disco Fever" from Superman Family #196. Even thought Clark Kent is supposed to be a nerdy reporter, he inexplicably has a fan club of hot young women. They drag him into a local disco, and force him to judge a "Dance Like John Travolta" competition. As this is happening, Clark uses his X-Ray vision to spot a staff member from a rival disco planting bombs beneath the dance floor. The disco wars had gotten so harsh, only terrorism and mass-killings could determine who truly has Night Fever.
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Metallica

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They see Superman doing his thing, toeing the line, let them make assumptions. They don't know Clark Kent goes on marathon dancing jags with his gorgeous wife, or that he plays hockey on the Moon, or that he has every metallica CD.
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Muhammad Ali

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Aliens invade Earth, and decide that Muhammad Ali should box Superman (with his powers removed), and that the winner would challenge the leader of the aliens. Without his powers, Superman gets creamed by Ali. After resting on Earth for a while, Superman gets his strength back and sabotages the alien fleet. Ali beats the leader of the aliens, and the world is saved. In the last few pages of the comic, Ali reveals that he has figured out Superman's secret identity (based on very little information), but will keep it a secret because he's such a cool guy. The comic ends with him saying "Superman, we are the greatest."