Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) Full Movie

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace
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Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) : 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.

Title Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)
Release Date Jul 23, 1987
Genres , ,
Production Company Cannon Group, London-Cannon Films, Golan-Globus Productions, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries United Kingdom, United States of America
Casts Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Gene Hackman, Jackie Cooper, Marc McClure, Jon Cryer, Sam Wanamaker, Mariel Hemingway, Mark Pillow, Damian McLawhorn, William Hootkins
Plot Keywords saving the world, dc comics, mountain, nuclear missile, u.s. army, alter ego, sequel, superhero, laboratory, convertible, super power, catholic school, newspaper editor, nuclear weapons, disarmament, volcanic eruption, great wall of china, superhuman strength
Superman / Clark Kent
Superman / Clark Kent
Christopher Reeve
Lois Lane
Lois Lane
Margot Kidder
Lex Luthor
Lex Luthor
Gene Hackman
Perry White
Perry White
Jackie Cooper
Jimmy Olsen
Jimmy Olsen
Marc McClure
Lenny
Lenny
Jon Cryer
David Warfield
David Warfield
Sam Wanamaker
Lacy Warfield
Lacy Warfield
Mariel Hemingway
Nuclear Man
Nuclear Man
Mark Pillow
Jeremy
Jeremy
Damian McLawhorn
Harry Howler
Harry Howler
William Hootkins
Jean Pierre Dubois
Jean Pierre Dubois
Jim Broadbent
General Romoff
General Romoff
Stanley Lebor
Levon Hornsby
Levon Hornsby
Don Fellows
U.S. President
U.S. President
Robert Beatty
Tall Marshall
Tall Marshall
Bradley Lavelle
Marshall #2
Marshall #2
Mac McDonald
Russian General #2
Russian General #2
Steve Plytas
Russian General 1
Russian General 1
Czeslaw Grocholski
Russian General 3 (Kremlin)
Russian General 3 (Kremlin)
John Hollis
Senator - Pentagon
Senator - Pentagon
Bob Sherman
U.N. Guard - Japanese
U.N. Guard - Japanese
Eiji Kusuhara
Russian General - Red Square
Russian General - Red Square
Yuri Borienko
Cosmonaut Captain
Cosmonaut Captain
Boris Isarov
Cosmonaut
Cosmonaut
Dorota Zieciowska
Teacher - JFK High School
Teacher - JFK High School
Jayne Brook
Lara (voice)
Lara (voice)
Susannah York
Museum Tour Guide
Museum Tour Guide
Diana Hunter
Secretary General U.N.
Secretary General U.N.
Indira Joshi
Cosmonaut
Cosmonaut
Jiří Stanislav
Convict
Convict
Ron Travis
Submariner
Submariner
Matthew Freeman
Chief of Staff
Chief of Staff
Douglas W. Iles
Army Chief
Army Chief
Ted Maynard
Navy Chief
Navy Chief
Raymond Marlowe
Technician
Technician
John Cagon
U.N. Guard - Swedish
U.N. Guard - Swedish
Malcolm Bullivant
Priest - Boystown
Priest - Boystown
Mark Caven
Paul - Metro Sports Club
Paul - Metro Sports Club
Nicholas Colicos
First Elder
First Elder
David Garth
Second Elder
Second Elder
Esmond Knight
Technician - Fort Mason
Technician - Fort Mason
Keith Edwards
Cosmonaut - Space Walker
Cosmonaut - Space Walker
Eugene Lipinski
Bill Compton
Bill Compton
Dennis Creaghan
Husband - Great Wall of China
Husband - Great Wall of China
Philip Fox
Chinese Official - Great Wall of China
Chinese Official - Great Wall of China
Jimmy Fung
Tourist - Great Wall of China
Tourist - Great Wall of China
Guinevere John
Tourist - Great Wall of China
Tourist - Great Wall of China
Peter Penry-Jones
Russian Premiere
Russian Premiere
Witold Schejbal
Engineer - Subway
Engineer - Subway
Rex Robinson
MBC Newscaster
MBC Newscaster
Kerry Shale
Commuter (uncredited)
Commuter (uncredited)
Tina Simmons
Lex Luther Girlfriend (uncredited)
Lex Luther Girlfriend (uncredited)
Samantha Weysom
Reporter (uncredited)
Reporter (uncredited)
Kenneth Coombs

Reviews

  • Ian Beale

    **Better than the tedious Superman Returns/Man Of Steel** Bad effects aside, this one is definitely more fun than the _tedious and dull_ Superman Returns and Man Of Steel stuff - an overload of special effects does not make an engaging film. The performances here are all top notch as usual and the plot moved swiftly without taking itself too seriously. The franchise has always been silly - stupid even - especially when we remember that _Richard Donner's Superman had Ned Beatty as the moronic Otis._ The silliness has always been integral to the Superman series.

  • Monoval

    Filled with cheap gags, really horrible visual effects, a lazy story, a very bad musical score by Alexander Courage, a terrible villain (Nuclear Man), and some tiresome performances by the cast (except for Christopher Reeve), Superman IV: The Quest For Peace is one of the worst films ever made, the one of the worst movie sequels of all time, and the worst Superman film of all time. It is the kryptonite nail in the coffin for the Superman films, and none of the films after this even tried to save the Man Of Steel from his own detriment.