By Francisco Salazar (staff@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Jun 02, 2013 08:45 PM EDT

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The first reactions to "Man of Steel" have surfaced the internet.

TMZ recently received reactions from "Man of Steel's" early screening with audience members praising the film.

Daniel Dalton commended the actors' performances. He wrote, "Looks amazing, action is awesome, Cavill & cast are excellent. Unlike any Superman film we've seen so far..."

Dalton, however, said that some of the characters were underdeveloped. He stated, "Negatives would be the lack of character development in anyone other than Kal/Clark - Martha Kent and Lois Lane both suffer from underwriting, and Lois Lane especially is denied the chance to develop beyond two strong scenes, becoming a damsel in distress/love interest by film's end. Not quite at the same level as Batman Begins, but gives a stronger platform for sequel development than Superman Returns did."

Movie People Blog also praised the film as the best summer movie yet. "MOS is awesome:) Best Summer movie yet. I loved MOS. Completely disagree with people nit picking 'not enough personality.' It's different: Bigger action, tight, VERY focused story."

However, there was one negative response. Twitter user Jenn Murphy was adamant about her dislike and wrote, "There's a reason why they told us not to tweet about the movie we just saw: IT'S TERRIBLE!!! Also it definitely fails the Bechdel Test. Seriously can big budget movies create a decent role for a woman? It's getting pretty ridiculous."

Earlier in February, JoBlo blog revealed reactions from the test screening that created even more buzz and anticipation for the movie. Test audiences stated that the film was one of the best of the year and that it was a combination of Zack Snyder's style with producer Christopher Nolan's.  

"Man of Steel" stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Russell Crowe, Michael Shannon, Diane Lane and Kevin Costner. It hits theaters on June 14. The film is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence, action and destruction, and for some language.

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