New Releases: Superman: Unbound – (2013)


1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (4 votes, average: 1.50 out of 5)
Loading...Loading...

New Releases: Superman: Unbound - (2013) Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure, Release Date: 2013-05-07 Duration:...


New Releases: Superman: Unbound – (2013)

New Releases: Superman: Unbound - (2013)
Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure,
Release Date: 2013-05-07
Duration: 75 Min
Director:

  • James Tucker

An Unstoppable Android On The Horizon. A Mysterious Fireball Hurtling Toward Earth. A Fearless and Beautiful Reporter who’ll stop at nothing to get her story. Its just another day for the Heroic “Man of Steel”, only this time for better or for worse, he has his unpredictable cousin,”” by his side. The Gritty adventure begins as Superman learns about the ruthless Force known as “”, who has seized and miniaturized “Krypton’s” capital city of Kandor. Determined to liberate the captured Metropolis and protect his home planet from Braniac’s increasing power, Superman takes on his most menacing enemy yet in this DC Animated original Movie Based on the Gripping Comic Book Miniseries.

Star:


Matt Bomer

Stana Katic

John Noble

Molly C. Quinn


OR


Economic Flash News


Berkeley slams UK government measures to curb housing market

British housebuilder Berkeley has attacked government measures designed to help cool the country's surging housing market, saying they were a poor policy response that would prevent house purchases by people who could afford them. Finance minister George Osborne said last week he would give the Bank of England stronger powers to curb mortgage lending, by stopping Britons taking out loans that are too big compared with their income or the value of their home. "If you bring (in) these new rules, you stop people buying, you're stopping people who can afford to buy, so personally I think the changes that the Bank of England proposed on mortgages are poor," Berkeley Managing Director Rob Perrins told Reuters on Wednesday. It has been further helped by improved buyer sentiment stoked by government schemes to help Britons buy their first home.