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The purpose of this study is to expand the boundaries of our knowledge by exploring some relevant and factual information relating to the analysis of the movies-Superman music. The film was born June 17th 1983 with a version of 125 minutes, to which were added another 16 extra in the special re-cut work on ABC in 1986. It was a disappointment, earning just under $ 60 million on U.S. soil, without regard to the ' inflation. A pittance when compared to the more than 100 obtained from each of the first two chapters. Paradoxically, the film was much more successful abroad, who managed to enter the Top Ten of the successes of 1983 , ranking which includes, among other things, films like Star Wars - Return of the Jedi , 007 - Octopussy - Operation Octopus , 007 - Never say never and Jaws 3 .

The music during the specific interval of time is analysed in this review. Superman III is a film of 1983, directed by Richard Lester. It is the sequel to Superman and Superman II; the latter also directed by Lester and is based on the homonymous character of the comics created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. In this episode, Superman (Christopher Reeve) is faced with a genius for computers, August Gorman (Richard Pryor), under the thumb of his boss, the greedy businessman Ross Webster (Robert Vaughn).

The cast returned Jackie Cooper, Marc McClure and Margot Kidder, the latter only in a brief cameo, and new faces appear, Annette O'Toole in the role of Lana Lang, Annie Ross and Pamela Stephenson, younger sister and secretary, respectively, of Webster.


The new chapter of Superman, compared to previous episodes, has received negative criticism for the excessive comedy, directed by Lester and interpretation of Pryor, which led the Salkind, producer of the film, to sell the rights to exploit film Superman Cannon Films, which will realize, later, Superman IV.

The scene which I like the most in the movie is the one where Superman freezes the lake. It was difficult to bring to the big screen at that time. The head of the visual effects, Roy Filed to facilitate the scene, decided to paint the effect of freezing on the film. In 1984 the film won two nominations for Razzie Awards for the worst music and the Worst Actor, Pryor and two nominations for Saturn Awards for Christopher Reeve as best actor ...
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