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  1. Kueller917
    12-07-2013 06:48 PM
    Kueller917
  2. Frakkles
    11-07-2013 11:40 PM
    Frakkles
    Happy birthday bro!
  3. Stewez
    07-07-2013 03:05 AM
    Stewez
    Sorry, just noticed your message Thank you!
  4. muselee321
    06-07-2013 03:36 AM
    muselee321


    Haha yeah, I think writing it all out made me realize how much I actually disliked it .

    Yeah, I didn't like how RIGHT after the military guy said "oh, don't go out at night, it's too cold and you could slip" or something like that - just because she sees a guy walking around means she HAS to go out and walk on the narrowest ledges to find out... I mean, sure, okay, maybe she has a thirst for adventure in her heart. But that was a bit stupid. Yeah someone should've seen her.

    Re: Zod, hmm maybe.

    Exactly, I really remember a lot of people finding out about Clark being Superman. And good point about all the damage to her house. (Also - his mom got thrown a really far distance and got up without injury... especially as an older woman, that's hard to believe.)

    Perhaps it does!


    That is a great review! IHOP. Yeah, that's another thing. There was SO much product placement everywhere... and oh yeah, the Jesus... and the tornado they were clueless of... anyways, yeah I agreed with them xD

    I'm SO STOKED for Pacific Rim. Reminds me of Gundam. (Ahahaha - sneak in after that movie? )
    Also, Godzilla's filming in Vancouver now.

    There wasn't too much explicit zombie violence. In fact, even the zombies getting killed weren't shown that much, if I remember correctly - not at all like in the Walking Dead. The movie was more focused on the humans than the violence. But then, it's hard to remember exactly - I didn't think about that while watching! Well, I'm going to rewatch it later


    Yeah. . I can't imagine what I'm going to have to do to get lots of points for my team
  5. muselee321
    05-07-2013 06:17 AM
    muselee321
    I'm going to have to reply to you tomorrow - for now, just wanted to wish you a Happy 4th of a July!
    (sorry I'm a bit late). I hope you had a great day!
  6. f96pt
    04-07-2013 05:04 PM
    f96pt
    I hope so!
  7. muselee321
    03-07-2013 10:33 PM
    muselee321
    Thanks!

    Are you ready? I wrote a lot. I'M SORRY! You may get the impression that I kinda disliked it...

    Firstly, it felt like the movie didn't really get started until halfway through. The first half was really slow and repetitive with flashback after flashback trying to show that Superman had a hard/tortured childhood as the odd-one-out, just wanting to be normal... but come on, I got that from the first flashback; no need for the abundance of others. Everytime a flashback came I groaned because they were nothing new and didn't add anything more to the movie - they just made the pacing even worse and felt out of place.

    Lois Lane was really boring. Her romance with Superman was sigh-worthy contrived cheesiness. And she kept miraculously showing up everywhere. If it wasn't for Superman she would've died five times over. If she'd died I would've actually felt nothing, I just couldn't care. Actually, Superman was pretty boring too. All the characters were one-dimensional, despite all the flashbacks that tried to show otherwise.

    I did NOT understand the laws that governed Superman's powers vs. the powers of those on Krypton - I thought they kept contradicting themselves, a lot. For example - Superman couldn't breathe on the alien ship, but was able to be just fine flying around outer space? If he loses his powers on the alien ship why wouldn't he lose them in the vacuum of space?

    The fight scenes were really repetitive too, just people bashing each other through walls of buildings over and over. And the destruction was so overdone, for so much action it was actually really boring. Wouldn't Superman have tried at least to get them to fight overseas or in places a whole lot less populated? Didn't he care about all the people that got killed in the process? He even threw the bad guys into buildings with hundreds of people in them... I don't see how he couldn't think about that. I shudder to think of how many innocent people were killed because of, well, him. He didn't even try to get the fight away from Metropolis. Keep in mind, in dozens of decades worth of comics, Superman would do ANYTHING to save innocent people, and does not kill, NO MATTER WHAT.

    I didn't understand how he destroyed the World Engine. He approaches the gravity beam and gets a lot weaker (because the conditions are like Krypton's) but then all of a sudden is able to fly and destroy it in one go. And when Lois falls out the back of the helicopter, she totally should've been sucked straight into the gravity beam. Ahh the physics of this movie.

    Clark spent years, arguably even his whole life getting used to the Earth's conditions and working out his powers, yet Zod is able to do so in minutes/hours.

    The last fight scene with him about to snap Zod's head made no sense. The lasers were coming out of Zod's eyes, and he was obviously struggling to make it move to the people. Kay, so he couldn't move his head. But couldn't he move his eyes at least? He would've been able to kill the family by moving his eyes even SLIGHTLY to the right. But anyways, I thought there was PLENTY of space for the people to get out of the way. And then Superman snapped his head, but he snapped it in the direction of the people if I remember correctly. Even a small change in angle of Zod's head would result in a whole lot of movement of the laser, right into the cowering people.

    I didn't like how he works at the Daily Planet (in Metropolis, which appeared to have been insanely destroyed...) at the very end, and under the name Clark Kent - didn't the world find out from Lois that Clark was Superman earlier? He should've been working there a lot earlier.

    And how many lines did Superman even get in this movie? Like, 10? 11? He pretty much just stood around frowning and brooding the whole time.

    Overall it had tons of plot holes (more than I've listed for sure), didn't make sense, and was just way too illogical to be enjoyable for me. It had no heart or humanity. It also messed up what Superman is SUPPOSED to stand for, as he has in decades of comic books..


    World War Z was really good though!

    I thought the ending was kinda all-of-a-sudden and there were a few typical unbelievable coincidences. But there were a lot of really intense moments, and I really enjoyed it overall. Isolated System worked really, really well. And Follow Me was in the credits xD and, it was instrumental. So it actually worked okay!


    There's a bit of a gallery on the GISHWHES website! http://www.gishwhes.com/ . Not all the items are on there of course, but some good ones are!
  8. Fury.
    30-06-2013 11:55 AM
    Fury.
    Thanks!
  9. muselee321
    28-06-2013 06:44 PM
    muselee321
    Exactly! No idea how it fits in . Hmm I read good reviews about it; I'm definitely going to see it soon. Although apparently fans of the book didn't like it as much.
    I didn't like Man of Steel that much, actually. Glad you liked it though!

    Here are the items for last year's hunt: http://almaasi.tumblr.com/post/34624...-list-of-items. It's going to be crazy! Thanks
  10. f96pt
    26-06-2013 10:55 PM
    f96pt
    I don't like Bliss very much, I prefer Butterflies and Hurricanes and Dead Star... It was okay

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