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2013-06-19 09:24:34 AM
How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?
 
2013-06-19 09:46:20 AM

Lost Thought 00: How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?


SUPERMAN SNAPS GENERAL ZOD'S NECK AT THE END OF THE MOVIE AND DESTROYS ANY CHANCE OF REVIVING HIS SPECIES.
 
2013-06-19 10:23:30 AM
Caught the LexCorp stuff and the Wayne Industries satellite. Was a little curious about the open cryo pod.
 
2013-06-19 10:48:49 AM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Lost Thought 00: How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?

SUPERMAN SNAPS GENERAL ZOD'S NECK AT THE END OF THE MOVIE AND DESTROYS ANY CHANCE OF REVIVING HIS SPECIES.


Except for the empty cryo pod

Great movie, saw it three times so far and I keep picking up on stuff every time
 
2013-06-19 10:54:52 AM
 
2013-06-19 11:00:11 AM
Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?
 
2013-06-19 11:01:13 AM

Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Lost Thought 00: How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?

SUPERMAN SNAPS GENERAL ZOD'S NECK AT THE END OF THE MOVIE AND DESTROYS ANY CHANCE OF REVIVING HIS SPECIES.


I thought Superman was still carrying the genetic material of his whole race with him. All he needs now (a very tall order) is to find the technology (another Kryptonian scout/terraforming ship) to make new Krytonians.
 
2013-06-19 11:01:51 AM

Mentat: The Superman-Zod fight was the equivalent of setting off a 20 kt nuke in downtown Metropolis.


SPOILERS!

I thought most of the destruction was caused by the gravitational field generated by the World Engine and the Kryptonian spaceship.

Also, wasn't his 'fortress of solitude' destroyed when he went all heat vision on it?
 
2013-06-19 11:02:28 AM

Sweet Chin Music: Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?


It's not kryptonian
 
2013-06-19 11:03:03 AM

jrodr018: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Lost Thought 00: How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?

SUPERMAN SNAPS GENERAL ZOD'S NECK AT THE END OF THE MOVIE AND DESTROYS ANY CHANCE OF REVIVING HIS SPECIES.

I thought Superman was still carrying the genetic material of his whole race with him. All he needs now (a very tall order) is to find the technology (another Kryptonian scout/terraforming ship) to make new Krytonians.


Why, that sounds like the sort of technology some brainiac could provide.
 
2013-06-19 11:03:32 AM

Spoiler alert

PsyLord:
I thought most of the destruction was caused by the gravitational field generated by the World Engine and the Kryptonian spaceship.

Also, wasn't his 'fortress of solitude' destroyed when he went all heat vision on it?


Yes, it was and yes pretty much everything krypton is gone and the culmination of that is seen on his face right there at the end when he realizes what he gave up
 
2013-06-19 11:03:33 AM

Sweet Chin Music: Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?


Superman's weaknesses:
Kryptonite
Magic
Big Oil?
 
2013-06-19 11:04:32 AM

Fano: jrodr018: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Lost Thought 00: How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?

SUPERMAN SNAPS GENERAL ZOD'S NECK AT THE END OF THE MOVIE AND DESTROYS ANY CHANCE OF REVIVING HIS SPECIES.

I thought Superman was still carrying the genetic material of his whole race with him. All he needs now (a very tall order) is to find the technology (another Kryptonian scout/terraforming ship) to make new Krytonians.

Why, that sounds like the sort of technology some brainiac could provide.


That would be awesome for the next movie!
 
2013-06-19 11:05:31 AM
Noticed the LexCorp and Wayne Enterprises logos and the empty pod.

Squeeed like a little boy at the Wayne logo...

It was, in my opinion, a really good movie, hope to catch it on theaters again soon.

/BTW, remember that Reeves' Supes gleefully killed Zod when he was depowered. At least Cavill's Superman showed regret about it in a no win scenario.
 
2013-06-19 11:08:01 AM
Hah I have no idea how I forgot that Zod gets killed in the 2nd superman movie in the Ice fortress along with his other minions. (ba-buoy)
 
2013-06-19 11:08:31 AM

DarkPascual: Noticed the LexCorp and Wayne Enterprises logos and the empty pod.

Squeeed like a little boy at the Wayne logo...

It was, in my opinion, a really good movie, hope to catch it on theaters again soon.

/BTW, remember that Reeves' Supes gleefully killed Zod when he was depowered. At least Cavill's Superman showed regret about it in a no win scenario.


Well, he was a pompous prick in Superman II.  Zod that is, er was.
 
2013-06-19 11:09:38 AM

Sweet Chin Music: Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?


By the power of Fan Service...

/wife loved that part...
 
2013-06-19 11:09:50 AM

DarkPascual: Noticed the LexCorp and Wayne Enterprises logos and the empty pod.

Squeeed like a little boy at the Wayne logo...

It was, in my opinion, a really good movie, hope to catch it on theaters again soon.

/BTW, remember that Reeves' Supes gleefully killed Zod when he was depowered. At least Cavill's Superman showed regret about it in a no win scenario.


In the Donner Cut he went back in time to prevent Zod from ever escaping the Phantom Zone, so technically he never killed Zod, but the point stands.
 
2013-06-19 11:10:45 AM

Sweet Chin Music: Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?


Made in China
 
2013-06-19 11:13:16 AM
I, for one, am terribly disappointed at this departure from what Superman really represents - hokey special effects limiting the action to 'Superman catching heavy things and occasionally people' for a few hours.

I mean, who would want to see the most iconic scene referenced in just about any Superman related thread (I'm referring to the 'world of cardboard' scene from JLU) more or less recreated on the big screen with a hollywood budget?

/will be going to see it again this weekend.
 
2013-06-19 11:18:22 AM

roflmaonow: Hah I have no idea how I forgot that Zod gets killed in the 2nd superman movie in the Ice fortress along with his other minions. (ba-buoy)


If you're like me, it has to do with only being able to remember that he suddenly acquired the power to create duplicates of himself, as well as magic saran wrap hidden in his chest emblem.

That sort've overwrote anything else I might have noticed in the scene.
 
2013-06-19 12:30:46 PM

roflmaonow: Hah I have no idea how I forgot that Zod gets killed in the 2nd superman movie in the Ice fortress along with his other minions. (ba-buoy)


Actually, in the cut scenes, they get picked up by cops that made it all the way to the fortress. (Guess Sups dialed 911)
 
2013-06-19 12:33:26 PM

IdBeCrazyIf: Sweet Chin Music: Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?

It's not kryptonian


IT'S NOT KRYPTONIAN - IT'S DOCKERS

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Available now at J.C. Penny's
 
2013-06-19 12:38:36 PM
DarkPascual:  BTW, remember that Reeves' Supes gleefully killed Zod when he was depowered.

No he didn't. They get thrown into "mist". Zod is thrown by Supes anyway. Ursa's pushed by Lois and Non tries to fly and falls.

At no point does anyone say they were killed.

A deleted scene has the Kryptonian villains being led away by Arctic police.
 
2013-06-19 12:42:33 PM

peterthx: A deleted scene has the Kryptonian villains being led away by Arctic police.


Arctic Police: are they canadian? Russian? US? UN?  WHO HAS AUTHORITY HERE! I MUST KNOW WHO TO WRITE THE CHECK FOR MY PARKING TICKET!
 
2013-06-19 12:42:45 PM
Did anyone catch Christopher Reeves face CGI'd onto Cavills while he's under the beam.
 
2013-06-19 12:54:29 PM

Jster422: roflmaonow: Hah I have no idea how I forgot that Zod gets killed in the 2nd superman movie in the Ice fortress along with his other minions. (ba-buoy)

If you're like me, it has to do with only being able to remember that he suddenly acquired the power to create duplicates of himself, as well as magic saran wrap hidden in his chest emblem.

That sort've overwrote anything else I might have noticed in the scene.


Don't forget Super rebuild Great Wall of China vision in Quest for Peace
 
2013-06-19 12:57:58 PM
I enjoyed the movie overall. I'll see sequels. That being said I had 2 semi-major problems with the movie:

SPOILERS


1. No one reacts to the fantascial shiat ahppening around them unless it's the prerequisite "RUN FOR YOUR LIVES" reaction. Pa Kent gets sucked up into a tornado. He stand there with a tornado no more then 100 feet from him and they don;t even have him holding on for his life or ANYTHING (yea, it's more artistic this way, it's also less realisitic then what they are shooting for).

When SM takes off for the first time in front of people, there is no reaction to the "wind" or sound concussion generated by it. Like when SM meets with the army, then flies off, all the people with their guns trained ahead at him CONTINUE TO LOOK FORWARD. They don;t watch the dude who they are supposedly watching fly away, they keep looking where they were beforehand. Dumb.

2. Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight. Avengers at least had a taste of it at the end. Here, as mentioned in a post above, those 2 basically nuked a chunk of Metropolis and no one is show dead on the ground. No one thinks to ask "WHY" did that person come here? Should he even be here especially after showing what kind of damgae he or anyone that comes after him can do?

Nothing like that, which would happen in the more realistic setting the movie tried to portray.
 
2013-06-19 01:07:26 PM
I don't really see how featuring Pete Ross and Lana Lang is a reference to Smallville.  They've been in the comics for 50 years.

I enjoyed it at times, but I thought the battle with General Zod at the end was kind of pointless.
 
2013-06-19 01:09:47 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: 1. No one reacts to the fantascial shiat ahppening around them unless it's the prerequisite "RUN FOR YOUR LIVES" reaction. Pa Kent gets sucked up into a tornado. He stand there with a tornado no more then 100 feet from him and they don;t even have him holding on for his life or ANYTHING (yea, it's more artistic this way, it's also less realisitic then what they are shooting for).

When SM takes off for the first time in front of people, there is no reaction to the "wind" or sound concussion generated by it. Like when SM meets with the army, then flies off, all the people with their guns trained ahead at him CONTINUE TO LOOK FORWARD. They don;t watch the dude who they are supposedly watching fly away, they keep looking where they were beforehand. Dumb.

2. Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight. Avengers at least had a taste of it at the end. Here, as mentioned in a post above, those 2 basically nuked a chunk of Metropolis and no one is show dead on the ground. No one thinks to ask "WHY" did that person come here? Should he even be here especially after showing what kind of damgae he or anyone that comes after him can do?

Nothing like that, which would happen in the more realistic setting the movie tried to portray.


1. Pa sacrificed himself to keep Clark's powers hidden. He also had a broken foot, which would slow most anyone down.

2. Maybe next movie? Also, the military was looking for him, and he told them to take a long walk.
 
2013-06-19 01:10:30 PM

perigee: IdBeCrazyIf: Sweet Chin Music: Superman's suit can be pierced by a needle when he's powerless, but it can withstand the heat of re-entry when he's got 'em, so how does Clark's shirt get burned off during the oil rig rescue?

It's not kryptonian

IT'S NOT KRYPTONIAN - IT'S DOCKERS

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Available now at J.C. Penny's


nice
 
2013-06-19 01:11:13 PM

IdBeCrazyIf: Bashar and Asma's Infinite Playlist: Lost Thought 00: How could one possibly spoil a Superman movie?

SUPERMAN SNAPS GENERAL ZOD'S NECK AT THE END OF THE MOVIE AND DESTROYS ANY CHANCE OF REVIVING HIS SPECIES.

Except for the empty cryo pod

Great movie, saw it three times so far and I keep picking up on stuff every time


Great movie? No, it wasn't. It was a mess that could have been better. At best, it was OK. The 56% rating on Rotten Tomatoes isn't too far off the mark.
 
2013-06-19 01:18:17 PM
Does anybody have a still frame showing the "dildo brigade"?
 
2013-06-19 01:23:24 PM
Movie featured a character named "Byrne" and one named "Swan[something]". Those are two pretty big easter eggs that the list failed to catch.
 
2013-06-19 01:27:25 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.


The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.
 
2013-06-19 01:32:03 PM

chewielouie: At best, it was OK. The 56% rating on Rotten Tomatoes isn't too far off the mark.


Not in a world where Superman Returns gets 75%.
 
2013-06-19 01:33:55 PM

Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.


I anticipate that the aftermath of the first movie will be the focus of the second.

There was a comic story arc a while back which had Luthor using the newly revealed Superman as a patsy, fabricating evidence of an alien invasion in order to justify getting all kinds of new military contracts with the government.  I can see them twisting that story a bit, with Luthor making up evidence that 'more' Kryptonians are coming and Superman is just pretending to be a good guy.
 
2013-06-19 01:37:02 PM

Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.


Things seemed to be back to normal at The Daily Planet, which was only a few blocks away from the gravity device.  It's not clear how much time has passed since the battle, though.  Did Clark Kent go get his journalism degree at Kansas State while the city was being rebuilt?
 
2013-06-19 01:37:03 PM
I didn't hate it, but it didn't give me the goosebumps. My 10 yr old liked it ( for the most part) and that is all that really matters is suppose. I liked Cavill better than Brandon Routh, and I will remember this movie a week or even a year from now. Superman Returns...well... I must have blocked it out of my mind.

My main problem with MoS: The frames moved so damn fast, it was all jerky and shaky, not just the action. Hell, him sitting talking to Pa Kent it was "blair-witchy". I sure hope they spring for a tripod when they film the next one.
 
2013-06-19 01:40:57 PM

Sgt Otter: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.

Things seemed to be back to normal at The Daily Planet, which was only a few blocks away from the gravity device.  It's not clear how much time has passed since the battle, though.  Did Clark Kent go get his journalism degree at Kansas State while the city was being rebuilt?


Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Good point. Whar journalism degree? WHAR?!

/they could relocate the office simple enough, that don;t bother me
 
2013-06-19 01:43:27 PM

Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.



There were dead bodies.  And hopefully a sequel film will follow the natural progression of that thread.  I agree that there was a lack of 'apocalyptic grieving'.

/you can clearly see bodies being destroyed by the world engine in the floating debris
 
2013-06-19 02:00:24 PM

BafflerMeal: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.


There were dead bodies.  And hopefully a sequel film will follow the natural progression of that thread.  I agree that there was a lack of 'apocalyptic grieving'.

/you can clearly see bodies being destroyed by the world engine in the floating debris


Well i did see it at the Drive in (although I was in the second row of cars). So I'll admit I would not have seen the bodies in the floating debris.

How about in ANY of the wreckage of the skyscrapers? They would have had to evacuate damn fast for them ALL to be empty.
 
2013-06-19 02:04:21 PM
Maybe not so much an Easter egg, but I did really enjoy the retro Golden Age inspired design of the (history of Krypton) animations Holo-Jor-El was showing Clark when they met.

Also, the shot where Superman first shows himself, floating above the military was pretty awesome. I'm glad they didn't shy away from that dramatic moment.

/nice to be in a thread where people appreciate this movie
//too many numbskulls online and IRL that just. don't. get it.
 
2013-06-19 02:21:04 PM

Lernaeus: Maybe not so much an Easter egg, but I did really enjoy the retro Golden Age inspired design of the (history of Krypton) animations Holo-Jor-El was showing Clark when they met.

Also, the shot where Superman first shows himself, floating above the military was pretty awesome. I'm glad they didn't shy away from that dramatic moment.

/nice to be in a thread where people appreciate this movie
//too many numbskulls online and IRL that just. don't. get it.


The best part is the people who justify their criticism by referencing the RottenTomatoes rating, as if that even means anything. Seriously, read some of the complaints from reviewers on that site and you'll see how dumbasses are ruining movies and the internet for everyone.
 
2013-06-19 02:25:21 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: BafflerMeal: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.


There were dead bodies.  And hopefully a sequel film will follow the natural progression of that thread.  I agree that there was a lack of 'apocalyptic grieving'.

/you can clearly see bodies being destroyed by the world engine in the floating debris

Well i did see it at the Drive in (although I was in the second row of cars). So I'll admit I would not have seen the bodies in the floating debris.

How about in ANY of the wreckage of the skyscrapers? They would have had to evacuate damn fast for them ALL to be empty.


Or the fact Supes and Lois found being at ground zero of a disaster multiple times 9/11 being the perfect time to have their first make-out session, or the douche in the offices of the Daily Planet, literally a couple blocks away from all that destruction thinking it was a good time to hit on Lois...

Not to mention Superman didn't think it was necessary for him to lead Zod away from the undamaged parts of the city in after the World Builder was destroyed...

/this movie annoyed me
 
2013-06-19 02:27:49 PM
I loved the movie myself however I have no problems with others not liking it as well. I too did have issues with the movies but really don't let that get it in my overall enjoyment of the movie. At first I was surprised by the rating on Rottentomatoes mostly because their ratings are quite (or used to be) close to what mine would be for a movie.

Which sucks because imdb used to be like that for me and now it's just all over the place. The same is happening to RT.
 
2013-06-19 02:30:51 PM
I kept waiting for him to say "Kneel before Zod" but it never happened.

I also think it was missing some funny dialog Ive come to expect thanks to the Marvel movies.

But overall I really enjoyed it. The final battle between Superman and Zod was basically a live action version of Dragon Ball Z, just two super beings punching each other through buildings and not really being hurt, which was fun.
 
2013-06-19 02:31:54 PM

peterthx: Jim from Saint Paul: BafflerMeal: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.


There were dead bodies.  And hopefully a sequel film will follow the natural progression of that thread.  I agree that there was a lack of 'apocalyptic grieving'.

/you can clearly see bodies being destroyed by the world engine in the floating debris

Well i did see it at the Drive in (although I was in the second row of cars). So I'll admit I would not have seen the bodies in the floating debris.

How about in ANY of the wreckage of the skyscrapers? They would have had to evacuate damn fast for them ALL to be empty.

Or the fact Supes and Lois found being at ground zero of a disaster multiple times 9/11 being the perfect time to have their first make-out session, or the douche in the offices of the Daily Planet, literally a couple blocks away from all that destruction thinking it was a good time to hit on Lois...

Not to mention Superman didn't think it was necessary for him to lead Zod away from the undamaged parts of the city in after the World Builder was destroyed...

/this movie annoyed me


I actually was able to relate to that.  Seriously, it's the end of the world.  Any farker would do the same.
 
2013-06-19 02:34:32 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: BafflerMeal: Some 'Splainin' To Do: Jim from Saint Paul: Where is the outrage for destroying multiple city blocks? Where are ANY dead bodies? There was zero accountability for what happened, especially in that final fight.

The movie  just ended. There's no reason that dealing with the aftermath can't be in the next movie. And, really, if they did the whole bank-of-television-reports thing, people would just say it was ripped off from The Avengers.


There were dead bodies.  And hopefully a sequel film will follow the natural progression of that thread.  I agree that there was a lack of 'apocalyptic grieving'.

/you can clearly see bodies being destroyed by the world engine in the floating debris

Well i did see it at the Drive in (although I was in the second row of cars). So I'll admit I would not have seen the bodies in the floating debris.

How about in ANY of the wreckage of the skyscrapers? They would have had to evacuate damn fast for them ALL to be empty.


The city didn't seem all that evacuated to me. People were standing around in the streets, watching Supes and Zod smash through buildings. Other people were clearly too afraid to run, like the group hiding in the train station. In "The Avengers", the people were being led to safety not just by the superheroes, but by cops, firefighters, and the National Guard. I got the impression that, even though the Avengers didn't save everybody, the lives of the people actually meant something. Man of Steel? Not so much.
 
2013-06-19 02:38:13 PM

chewielouie: Great movie? No, it wasn't. It was a mess that could have been better. At best, it was OK. The 56% rating on Rotten Tomatoes isn't too far off the mark.


It was a fantastic movie. Absolutely brilliant. I'll be going again for sure. Well paced, great plot. Maybe a few minutes long.

/fighting the negativity. I have "S".
 
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