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#1 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

Liked it, didn't love it.

Few concerns:

#1

Clark's dad, Jonathan Kent (Kevin Costner's) line about maybe letting the kids die, that didn't sit very well. Too overly dramatic.

#2

The last line about being rejected by the world, can you say X-Men? They're going with the whole "people are afraid of you."

#3

Superman de-humanization by being taken into custody, etc. feels like the studio will be force feeding us the audience of the relatability of Superman, kind of like "hey guys, we know Superman is so powerful and all but look, he has feelings too." It's fine, but I just hope they don't keep shoving it in our faces throughout the film.

#2 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

This fan made short film actually had more BATMAN in it than even the 3 hour long "The Dark Knight Rises"!

;P

#3 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio
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I want this one... except for the person inside of course.

#4 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

I think it'll be kind of cool idea.

The roster could include:

- Supergirl

- Batgirl (Cassandra Cain)

- Wonder Girl

- Jade (Jennifer-Lynn Hayden)

- Jesse Quick

- Aquagirl

- Ms. Martian

#5 Edited by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

Feels like a cross between "Batman Begins" and ABC's TV show "Revenge" meets "Robin Hood".

#6 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

From reading about this topic constantly in other forums, anyone remember the "Superman Curse" , where actors who played Superman have misfortunes that plagued their career?

Apparently Batman has sort of his own "Batman Curse" as well in which actors who played them, instead have some sort of homosexual reference to them.

Adam West was always perceived as being gay, something Burt Ward (Robin) wrote about in his book.

Val Kilmer got offered a lot of gay roles after playing Batman in "Batman Forever".

George Clooney said that his interpretation of Batman in "Batman & Robin" was that of Batman being gay.

Christian Bale even did gay sex films early in his career before he became Chris Nolan's "Dark Knight".

#7 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

@danhimself said:

how are people seeing it already?

1) Early Screenings for critics (or if you were lucky to win some kind of Twitter/Facebook contest)

2) Europe

#8 Posted by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

@Billy Batson said:

Just likeThe Dark Knight Rises, amirite? ;)
BB

Yes, really.

The Avengers just tied The Dark Knight for a RottenTomatoes debut for a comic book film to get 18 straight fresh reviews in it's debut.

#9 Edited by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio

@InnerVenom123 said:

Why bother acting surprised when you even say in the OP that nothing stays 100% forever?

https://twitter.com/#!/RottenTomatoes/status/193202911562567681

^ Because there are not a lot of films that debuts at Rotten Tomatoes at 100% esp a comic book film.

Last time that happened on a CB film that debuted with 7+ reviews at 100% was with XFC, Iron Man, and TDK.

#10 Edited by Jordanstine (943 posts) - - Show Bio