Shame on ye!
Well, here are a few things I noticed while watching the Extended Cut of Superman the Movie.
I'd seen it before on DVD, but not Blu-Ray, and so perhaps I was paying *extra* attention.
Superman: The Movie:
1) After young Clark (Jeff East) finds the Kryptonian crystal in the barn, Ma Kent wakes up one morning to find Clark standing atop a ridge on the horizon. You may have noticed (product placement here) that as she enters the kitchen calling Clark's name, she takes a box of Cheerios from the cupboard and sets it on the table. Then she looks out through the screen door and sees her son far away. What's interesting is the exterior shot, taken back through the screen door showing Ma Kent looking out toward Clark (and the camera). She had set the Cheerios box on the table inside. But you can see another Cheerios box OUTSIDE, on the table on the porch beside the door. So, did the Cheerios migrate; or did Clark already open a previous box and leave it on the porch; or it is just a case of continuity glitch?
2) In the first Daily Planet scene, when we introduce the paper's staff and Perry tells Jimmy to get some coffee, remember that Jimmy hands off this request to an even more junior staffer, adding "tea, no lemon." I had not previously notied that on this guy's red T-shirt is the logo "SUPER COPY." He also appears in Superman II. Was this a subtle hint to justify Lois's later naming of Superman by reinforcing how common the term is to indicate something spiffy and great? (I almost said "SUPERlative")
3) When the gunman forces Clark and Lois into the alley so he can "rip off this lady's purse," Lois drops the purse at the crook's feet, kicks him, the gun goes off, and Clark has to catch the bullet. Then Clark pretends to faint as the gunsel runs away. So, the purse was dropped on the ground right in front of where Clark "fainted." Well, then, why o why, when Lois picks up her purse, does the "revived" Clark walk up to her from more than a dozen feet away, from around a corner deeper into the alley from where they were standing when she dropped the purse at their own feet?
4) When the Metropolis cop follows Otis underground to find Luthor's Lair, Otis hides in a niche that is also a secret door. When train 504B passes by, Otis enters the hideaway under cover. A minute later, when the train has passed, the cop climbs into the niche. Luthor's spring-loaded door forces the hapless cop under the wheels of the next train -- train 504B! Either the train runs in a two-minute circle, or it was too much trouble to renumber the train and models used.
5) It was funny to notice something about the crooks in the getaway car in "Superman's First Night." Remember, after rescuing Fluffy the cat, Supes notices gunfire by the docks? It was kind of humorous to note that the driver of the getaway car, under his knit ski mask, was wearing honking big Clark Kent glasses.
Well, while you can't box up the feeling of fun and wonder inspired by Superman, a new presentation like this allows you to take a fresh look, and re-experience again, the belief that a Superman can fly.
Up, up, and away!