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Posted by BlueLantern1995

Hmm...interesting. This did seem like it would be average but you never know until you've actually tried it. You mentioned liking All Star Superman(which I detested profusely) so if we could disagree that much who knows this might be a case of I might like you might dislike...

But that's beside the point, excellent review.

Posted by arnoldoaad

I saw it yesterday.

this was by far the most violent DC animated movie I have ever seen but it was ok

Posted by SmashBrawler

I thought it was pretty good. The action and animation were very well made, the voice acting was solid, and the sub-plot with Lois was well developed.

this was by far the most violent DC animated movie I have ever seen but it was ok

Yeah, I was surprised they decided to keep the more violent aspects of the original, like the way Brainiac's probes killed people.

Posted by haydenclaireheroes

@arnoldoaad: I agree with you, and Lois even gave the middle finger

Edited by arnoldoaad

@haydenclaireheroes said:

@arnoldoaad: I agree with you, and Lois even gave the middle finger

thats not even the most "mature" part of the movie

there is this guy who insinuates that Clark might be gay because he doesnt have a gf and is very neat and stuff

but without actually saying that he thinks that Clark is Gay, the fun part is that lois said that she thought this was a pretty good cover

Posted by Mr_Holmes

It was okay. I always felt Johns's Brainiac was overrated and thin on story, and that really reflects here. The animation looked pretty, but stylistically it felt so safe. American animation needs to step up.

Posted by haydenclaireheroes

@arnoldoaad: That too, but I think that would have went over kids heads if they were watching this movie. But the gore and the middle finger were right in your face mature for kids.

Posted by The_MVPs
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Posted by arnoldoaad

It was okay. I always felt Johns's Brainiac was overrated and thin on story, and that really reflects here. The animation looked pretty, but stylistically it felt so safe. American animation needs to step up.

Superman:Brainiac was definitely not a good candidate to be adapted, they really added a ton of things to keep the story going.

also the animation was a little weak on 2 things, all the faces look weird, specially Brainiac's and the ship of Brainiac was CGI and it looked really bad, it contrasted too hard

@arnoldoaad: That too, but I think that would have went over kids heads if they were watching this movie. But the gore and the middle finger were right in your face mature for kids.

depending of ages of the kid i think it was a little too obvious.

the double middlefinger was a huge surprise to me and the death of Brainiac w was horribly Gory, its practically traumatizing.

Posted by haydenclaireheroes

@gambler: tTotally agree, but I think this movie should have had more of an exposed rating that way kids don't watch it

But I totally enjoyed that scene. They had Lois's attitude portrayed very well

Posted by Mr_Holmes

Superman:Brainiac was definitely not a good candidate to be adapted, they really added a ton of things to keep the story going.

also the animation was a little weak on 2 things, all the faces look weird, specially Brainiac's and the ship of Brainiac was CGI and it looked really bad, it contrasted too hard

I also thought John Noble sounded too human. Corey Burton is much better.

Posted by The_MVPs

@haydenclaireheroes: I didnt pay attention to the age warning but I agree, it was pretty violent. Though so was the WW movie.

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Posted by Mr_Holmes

I wish they'd stop trying so hard to make these movies edgy, when most of the stuff that earns the PG13 rating could easily be done without. Who are they trying to impress anyway?

Posted by nightwingnerd

How did you see it early?

Posted by haydenclaireheroes

@nightwingnerd: I work for a website where we were able to get it early

Posted by nightwingnerd