Christopher Reeve Discusses Philosophical Meaning Of Superman

Justice League Superman Christopher ReeveEyes on Cinema released a video of Christopher Reeve in his prime discussing the philosophical meaning behind one of the most beloved characters he ever portrayed, Superman.

The great Christoper Reeves was best known for his portrayal of DC comic book hero Superman. The actor starred in four films as the famed Kryptonian and has almost become synonymous with the character. In a video recently posted by Eyes On Cinema, Christopher Reeve discussed his views on Superman and the positive factors the character could potentially have on the world.

You can check out the video below.

It is amazing how on point Reeve’s is about today’s society, the dependency of technology and the fear of interaction between people. He then leaves fans with a message that is unbelievably inspiring and can be attained by anyone. The world doesn’t need an invincible Kryptonian vigilante, all the world needs is a friend. Powerful words from an iconic actor that really put the Man of Steel and his mission in perspective.

What are your thoughts on Christopher Reeve’s views on Superman? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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9 Times Joker Fought The Justice League And Won

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The Joker Justice League DC ComicsThe Joker is more than just a thorn in Batman’s side. The Clown Prince of Crime has taken on various members of the Justice League and lived to laugh another day. His dastardly plots are dangerous for everyone, and sometime he wants to take on an opponent who doesn’t know him as well as Batman does. Out of the entire superhero community, Batman clearly knows Joker best, so it makes sense that sometimes he wants to stretch his creative muscles and try and take down other heroes.

The character may physically just be a human being, but he still poses a threat to god-like figures like Superman and Wonder Woman. He may hurt his hand if he directly punches the last son of Krypton, but that doesn’t mean he can’t hurt him just as easily as he can anyone else. No matter how confusing he may be, Joker’s an intelligent, ruthless villain who happily picks on anybody he wants.

Hit Next to learn discover the ten times Joker fought the Justice League! 

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