Come on man, this isn't fair in the slightest.
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@scorpion2501 It's been going dawg! Trucking through one more exam and then I'm free for the summer! :D :D
@dshipp17 Well breh, let me tell you breh. I was once believed to be sane. Completely boring and normal yeah? UNTIL ONE FATEFUL DAY, A BARREL OF STUPIDITY AND IMMATURITY CAME CRASHING DOWN THROUGH MY ROOF AND BATHING ME IN IT'S EERIE GLOW! FROM THEN ON, I WAS NEvER THE SAME! >:D I began to exhibit signs of logic yet at the same time, absolute absurdity! IT WAS UNHEARD OF I TELL YOU! And on one fateful evening... I was struck in the forehead by a fridge magnet that fell apart. ALAS, on the floor, in pieces, the letters jumbled together spelled out... D.E.R.A.N.G.E.D.
DUN DUN DUN!!!!!
@xanni15 I liked it. It was a very human moment from Pa Kent, a side of him that we've never had the chance to see before. We're accustomed to seeing a father to Clark who seems to know all the answers, who's always there when Clark needed him. But here, in his moment of absolute need, Jonathan has no right answer for his son. He's confused, scared what might happen to his family and especially his son. He adores him and only wants to do what's best for Clark, but he's conflicted, unsure of how to help Clark. The little signs and appearances Clark has made with his powers show that. He's worried how the world at large may react and to that point, he's unsure of how to explain humanities weaknesses and fear to his son. I thought it was a great moment, revealing a more intricate side to the character and especially Clark's childhood that is rarely explored in the comics.
@frozen I can't say I'm the biggest fan of TDKR dude. I mean, it was a pretty fitting end to the trilogy and it was pretty great film but when I think of the other films, it kinda let me down :/
So for me, I think Begins>TDK>TDKR :P