The ultimate Superman film in my eyes. Better than the original.
Lois and Clark's connection is expanded upon and the three Kryptonian villains really make you think that Superman has bitten off more than he can chew. There are some comedic moments, just like there was in the first, but not too many.
Terence Stamp is even more memorable than Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, but maybe that is because his role was much more physical. Honorable shout out to Jack O'Halloran as Non, Zod's physically imposing henchman.
And just for the record, I think Richard Donner's version of Superman II is just as good as the theatrical version. It doesn't exceed it like the hype suggested before it was released, but both versions are great.
Superman II also features the best that Margot Kidder performed as Lois Lane. You see her vulnerabilities as well as her feisty side.
Don't let this one fly by your radar!