Zack Snyder's reboot was successful in a lot of ways, and while the CGI may have polarised filmgoers, it was clear that they at least tried to focus on establishing character, and Clark/Superman's multiple daddy issues.
Yet the denouement with which Kevin Costner leaves the cinematic earthly plain is oddly anti-climatic and frustratingly nitpickable.
We get that Pa Kent has finally got around to convincing Clark he has to keep his powers secret, but how would him saving his father be ANY DIFFERENT or more life-threatening to the countless times he's done it before?!
Not only that, but Clark should actually be more invested in saving him than anyone else he's ever helped.
Oh, and there's a tornado they could use for cover or distraction while Clark's zipping around saving people.
Oh, and why did Jonathan go back for the dog - putting himself in mortal danger - while Clark - who could shrug it off - stayed with the crowds?!