R20 Obviously you haven't seen it because he kills someone in this movie & we see both his struggle before and the anguish afterwards
As far as internal struggle goes, that's why many people hate this movie because this version of "Superman" is mostly about his internal struggle and self doubt
His "feeling out of place" and coming to terms with who he is, finding meaning or a purpose to his existence.
In many ways its a metaphor for all of us, or at least many of us who've ever felt alone or isolated , anone who never felt like they "fit in"
Personally I think it's Snyder's best movie to date. It's a much more restrained or mature movie than his earlier work. (Though that's not much of a stretch)
That's not to say he doesn't go a little crazy with the special effects, but this is "his" interpretation of how we would experience Superman in the real world.
I think it's a thoutful film, especially the flashbacks with his earth mum, and pa.
It's not all Cavill, there are touching scenes with Diane lane, and the other kids who play superman in his youth
The movie may not be for everyone, many older people feel they hate this interpretation because they are so fond of the Christopher reeve or older versions.
It's funny, Returns was trashed because there wasn't enough action, and it was too much of a love story between Supes & Lois.
Snyder's interpretation is being trashed because there's "not enough romance or story", and "too much action". Too serious, not enough jokes...etc.
All ridiculous in my opinion. Those who have been looking forward to this will likely love it, as I did, and those who are skeptical appear to be leaning towards the fashionable trend of insulting the movie for one reason of another.
I thought Cavill was pretty decent in immortals, though I was nervous about his ability to pull off such an iconic role. Thankfully (IMO) he played the role exceptionally well. Remember, he has to play the version of Supes that aligns with Zach's vision, and he was a natural fit for that.
Saying he could be replaced by a plank of wood is unjustly harsh. Especially since many or most of you haven't even seen the film.
If you hate the film so much hey, to each his own. Maybe it's just not your speed.