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Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

Family . Thriller . Science Fiction . Fantasy . Adventure . Action

With global superpowers engaged in an increasingly hostile arms race, Superman leads a crusade to rid the world of nuclear weapons. But Lex Luthor, recently sprung from jail, is declaring war on the Man of Steel and his quest to save the planet. Using a strand of Superman's hair, Luthor synthesizes a powerful ally known as Nuclear Man and ignites an epic battle spanning Earth and space.

Actors: Damian McLawhorn , Mark Pillow , Mariel Hemingway , Sam Wanamaker , Jon Cryer , Marc McClure , Jackie Cooper , Gene Hackman , Margot Kidder , Christopher Reeve
Directors: Sidney J. Furie
Country: UK , USA
Release: 1987-07-24
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  • Janet Maslin

    Threadbare as it's beginning to look, the Superman series hasn't lost its raison d'etre. There's life in the old boy yet.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Superman IV, except for a glitzy new villain named Nuclear Man, is one of the cheesiest movies ever made. It's so grainy and grossly envisioned, it seems filmed on pulp. Superman's crystalline Arctic palace looks as if it's made of no-deposit-no-return soda bottles, and his suit of primary colors has ring around the collar.

    Washington Post Full Review
  • Pat Graham

    By ordinary movie standards it's awful, but fans of cinematic dementia should have fun for about half an hour.

    Chicago Reader Full Review
  • William Thomas

    Predictably awful fourth installment.

    Empire Full Review
  • Thomas B. Harrison

    Superman IV: The Quest for Peace doesn't attempt to disguise its sentiments - no more so than Greenpeace - but neither does it lose the campy spirit of the 1978 original. Although never as stylish as the first movie, it shows verve and a modest wit. Superman IV is not as funny as the first sequel, but it isn't as violent, either. [27 July 1987, p.1D]

    Tampa Bay Times Full Review
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