Say what you want about the corniness of Shaquille O’Neal’s Steel but this movie was a hit among ’90s kids. (Yes, this is another millennials thing). By combining the NBA phenom, superheroism and, uh..steel, the DC character, who’s real name is John Henry Irons, became a cult-classic among young fans. There were even action figures! But, in your defense, Steel has mostly been forgotten (a fact we’re sure Shaq is happy about). But while nostalgia may be the only thing making the film seem decent, one thing remains true: The soundtrack was pretty dope, with KRS-One, Ice Cube, B-Real, and Peter Gunz on the main track “Man of Steel.” Move over, Superman.