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Saw Man of Steel last night...

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SuperMan    141

I don't think Zod will like it to much....

 

 

LOL

 

 

 

*Superman kills Zod*

 

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SOJA    5,337

I liked it fine, but I feel like the sequel will be much better- similar to the Batman trilogy. 

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SuperMan    141

It was an awesome movie the critics just want it to be anther 70's era superman movie that is cute and quirky.

 

This movie is about modernizing Superman.

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CCS    1,244

I loved it. Yes, it has a few issues but if you can't go sit down inside of that movie and have fun for a few hours, you're probably a very stuck up person.

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Miaoww    17

6/10. It tried, but missed most of the notes.

 

Particularly didn't enjoy the 3 hour long action sequence that make up the second part of the film.

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Chimera    3,446

Action in a Superhero movie? No way!

Wasn't great, wasn't bad. Supes was very underpowered in the movie. But I guess he had to be weakened to ensure a better story. As much as the movie emphasized getting his powers under control and his body living a lifetime under our sun, it sure didn't make sense to have the other Kryptonians come to terms with their powers so quickly.

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Miaoww    17

Zod explained that - he was bred to be a soldier, to master his senses.

 

Superman is, essentially, a farm boy.

 

I guess after the gritty realistic superhero reboots we've seen recently seeing Superman and Zod duke it out through skyscrapers etc for 40 minutes turned me off.

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Chimera    3,446

Zod explained that - he was bred to be a soldier, to master his senses.

Superman is, essentially, a farm boy.

I guess after the gritty realistic superhero reboots we've seen recently seeing Superman and Zod duke it out through skyscrapers etc for 40 minutes turned me off.

well the movie added the element of earth's and krypton's atmospheres being incompatible. i don't ever remember seeing that before- it was always the yellow sun that gave kryptonians their powers.

Maybe I misinterpreted something in the movie. The movie IMO seemed to say that a lifetime of being in this atmosphere is what has made Superman so powerful (rather than the traditional yellow sun). but zod had the same powers instantly - even knowing of some of his powers in advance.

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Zaximus    4,357

Finally seen this.  I thought it was good.  I put it on par with Thor/Cap America/Iron Man flicks, honestly.  Wasn't as good as Avengers or Dark Knight Triology.

 

But honestly, it didn't really feel like a comic book movie, so I classify it more as a sci-fi story and in that way, the movie was really good.

 

I loved the ending with Zod, but I wasn't ever a huge fan of Superman anyway so.

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Cary Kollins    17,879

well the movie added the element of earth's and krypton's atmospheres being incompatible. i don't ever remember seeing that before- it was always the yellow sun that gave kryptonians their powers.

Maybe I misinterpreted something in the movie. The movie IMO seemed to say that a lifetime of being in this atmosphere is what has made Superman so powerful (rather than the traditional yellow sun). but zod had the same powers instantly - even knowing of some of his powers in advance.

Sups explained to Zod that his (earth) parents taught him how to control his powers. As soon as Zod took off his mask he had the same powers as Superman, he just couldn't control them. For some dumb reason Sups explained this to Zod so later Zod was able to focus and use the powers to fly, burn poo with his eyes etc.

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Zaximus    4,357

LOL yeah the scene where he explains to Zod to zero in on abilities was stupid, and maybe the cheesiest point in the movie, for me at least.  WHY??

 

It was like the old Fantastic Four or any comics from the early 60's where they EXPLAINED everything that was going on lol.

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Cary Kollins    17,879

LOL yeah the scene where he explains to Zod to zero in on abilities was stupid, and maybe the cheesiest point in the movie, for me at least.  WHY??

 

It was like the old Fantastic Four or any comics from the early 60's where they EXPLAINED everything that was going on lol.

 

 

Yeah I felt like there was a lot of cheesy dialogue in the film, but I kind of liked it because it reminded me of the comics.

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