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04/25/17 12:08 PM
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04/25/17 1:21 PM
...Replace the word "gods" with "powerful aliens from outer space" and things fall into place a little better. The human population may have been wrong about Superman's intentions but they certainly got Zod's number right...
...I'm not a big fan of how things were presented in MOS but human beings reacting suspiciously or even negatively toward a super-being, even a seemingly benevolent one, rings pretty true...
04/25/17 1:49 PM
Wich2 wrote:>The Cap comparison is a valid one.<It is. Steve and Kal are from the same era, from similar "fathers." Both are super-empowered on the outside, and Boy Scouts on the inside.
04/25/17 4:17 PM
hermanthegerm wrote:I don't think that the filmmakers did anything because "the fanboys" wanted it.
You are kidding, right? Online stuff about Kirk vs Picard (and suchlike) is so prevalent that it's gone beyond being a meme joke to something meta-ironic. Who else does this other than fanboys?(Another dumb observation is: why does WW fly Turkish Airlines when she should be flying her invisible jet?)The Flash-vision (depending on which version you see) could simply be a hallucination or dream such as he's been having all thru the movie (also, the bats didn't fly him out of the cave... that is a dream.) Why would he react otherwise if he doubts its objective reality?
I don't think that the filmmakers did anything because "the fanboys" wanted it.
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04/25/17 4:59 PM
davlghry wrote: Today's Superman grew up in the 1980's and 90's. Not sure but I think Smallville had already disbanded its Boy Scout troop by then.
Today's Superman grew up in the 1980's and 90's. Not sure but I think Smallville had already disbanded its Boy Scout troop by then.
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04/25/17 11:17 PM
davlghry wrote:times change. Superman changes, too, and perhaps so do some of the reasons for his appeal.
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