I don't see how Follow Me can be in the film. Maybe one of the daughters is listening to it on her Ipod before all of the craziness. I quite liked it. It was way better than Superman Returns. Amy Adams was a better Lois Lane than Kate Bosworth. Excited for the sequel.
I had never heard about it. I just googled it and it seems very fun. Good luck in it.
Really! I can definitely imagine Isolate System but Follow Me seems a bit to happy/cheesy for a zombie flick . I don't know, it might work! I've heard mixed reviews for Man of Steel. How did you like it?
I read that Isolated System and Follow Me are going to be in that film. I'm still on the fence of whether to watch it. Definitely watching Man Of Steel on Friday, looks awesome. Can't wait. I'm doing my best to avoid spoilers.
Interesting, I can see what you're saying. Perhaps the next movie will have a less serious Spock; it would make sense for him to start out uptight and serious like in the movies and then be the more laid-back serious you mentioned, as in the TV show, since the TV show still happens after the movie.
Yeah! I wonder what he's doing right now. Just chilling in Heaven maybe... since it's just him up there with all the human souls... or if he's plotting something big.
Me neither. I think they would still have most of their powers, but would gradually lose them if the Metatron situation isn't dealt with soon. Yeah, Cas looked heartbroken. I would love that for Crowley too . Exactly!
I love new Spock! I love old Spock too. It's an interesting but different take on him for sure. I'm still getting used to him and Uhura though, because old Spock would never have had a long-running romantic interest, I think. And yes, Benedict was awesome
Probably! They've done Romulans, a human/the Federation, so next has got to be Klingons. I'm not sure how I feel about the new Klingons; they look pretty cool and sleeker but they're unfamiliar to me so they don't feel very Star Trek-y, if that makes sense.
I hadn't heard that! That's good timing; I think they've got enough time to make the movie by then so that would be a great release year. JJ Abrams again, perhaps? I don't know his current stance on directing Star Trek again.
It's going to be interesting to see more of Metatron next year.
I have no idea if the angels are going to be completely human. It was tragic seeing Cas looking at the sky like that. We probably will see Abaddon again next season in a different vessel. Hopefully Crowley stays as a semi demon since it'll be funny to see a sensitive side to him. Then again, I don't want him to be a weak ally. They did do a lot of work for the trials to not go through with it.
Star Trek 2 was awesome. Still have trouble getting used to the new, more emotional Spock. Benedict was fantastic as you know who.
Yeah, effing Metatron . I didn't expect at all that he'd be the new Big Bad for next season (or, one of them). Cas must feel even more guilty now. It's kinda too bad though that the last time we've really heard about how Cas is feeling, he said he felt so guilty that he was feeling suicidal (in 8x08 Hunteri Heroici), but there's been no talk since about how he's been doing.
The final shot was beautiful. I mean, the effects were beautiful - one of my favourite shots of the series, I think - but also so tragic! I wonder what will become of the angels now. If there's any way of reversing the spell, and if they'll lose their powers or if it's just Cas who's human now. And JEEZ Cas is human now! You could just see the sadness and loss in his face at the end there as he watched all his brothers and sisters falling. I could see Cas becoming human though; Misha being a regular was a big implication. I wonder how they'll deal with his humanity now - if it'll be a big storyline thing, or if it'll be pushed to the background.
I really hope that Naomi's not dead, but doubt it. She was one of my favourite additions to the series. I loved to hate her . I'm sad she probably won't be around to see season 9, especially as she kinda redeemed herself right before she died. Sad what she said about the angels forgetting that their mission was to protect humans. And too bad about Abaddon losing her vessel - I liked her too. Wonder if she'll become the Queen of Hell now, in place of Crowley.
And good idea about Crowley becoming an ally! I can see that. Mark Sheppard nailed his scenes. I felt so much for Crowley as he became more human. Funny how his accent started to change to a more American one as he humanized, since isn't his vessel a New York stock broker or something? Nice touch, Mark. But really, yeah I wonder if he'll go back to his demon self since he wasn't completely cured, or if he'll be a semi-demon semi-human, and if now that he remembers what it's like to be human, he'll become an ally.
I was initially shocked that Dean and Sam stopped closing the gates of Hell of all things, considering that the whole season has revolved around the trials and tablets and stuff, and it was at first glance at very similar situation to Swan Song. But where that involved saving millions/billions of lives, closing the gates of Hell was more of a clean-up kinda thing (i.e. not a necessity for the survival of humanity), and they really do have a lot more knowledge to fight demons with. I could understand Dean's reasoning.
Lastly, I liked the cupid scene in the bar . And the shock on Dean's face!
No wonder the next few months are called the Hellatus.
Darn, spoiled about Iron Man 3? Glad that you've managed to be saved from Star Trek 2 spoilers! It was a great movie . I think I liked the first one a bit more but I'll have to watch the second one again to make a better comparison.