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But when the youngster grows up, he must use his superhuman powers to become a hero and save the world from the villainous General Zod (Michael Shannon).
Chefs Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing, who has the air of Superman foe General Zod about him, want perfection.
As seen in the (http://www.ibtimes.com/krypton-spoilers-daron-vex-offers-service-brainiac-infected-voice-rao-videos-2677190) last episode , the movement was started by Seg (Cameron Cuffe), Lyta (Georgina Campbell), Jayna (Ann Ogbomo), Nyssa (Wallis Day), Kem (Rasmus Hardiker), and General Zod (Colin Salmon).
Clark sets out to discover where he came from and what he was sent to Earth to do - until a grave threat from his home planet comes knocking in the form of otherworldly archenemy General Zod, and he realises that the fate of humanity, and the world, rests on his shoulders.
The film begins during the fight between Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod (Michael Shannon), which laid waste to Metropolis and nearby Gotham.
Aside from Superman being a boring character (personally, I have no interest in a completely morally-righteous figure without flaws who can literally do everything), I had major problems with the film's ending which saw Superman (Henry Cavill) practically levelling a city, destroying buildings and causing the death of millions during his fight with General Zod. So much for not killing anyone and protecting Metropolis!
Cut to where we left off at Man of Steel, and we have a greying but quite fit Wayne running through the streets of the battlefield that is Metropolis, as Superman's showdown with General Zod takes place slightly off-camera.
The city of Metropolis has been devastated by a battle between Superman (Henry Cavill) and General Zod (Michael Shannon).
The film picks up at the end of Superman's epic clash with his fellow Kryptonian, General Zod, with Metropolis in virtual ruins and Batman convinced that Superman's actions have wrought as much bad as good.
Fortunately, overexcited food lover Gregg Wallace is a judge, to balance out his tough, largely unsmiling, counterparts - chefs Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing (who reminds me a bit of Superman's enemy General Zod).
Fortunately, overexcited food-lover Gregg Wallace is a judge, to balance out his tough, largely unsmiling, counterparts - chefs Monica Galetti and Marcus Wareing (who reminds me a bit of Superman's enemy General Zod).

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