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I did. Too long and not too much action. And there weren't any Batman scenes. I mean what the hell? The movie sucked balls big time!
Oh wait... That was Son of God.... Well the title was bloody confusing for the supporters of Batgod batdammit!
That is... That's just awesome! That's just so goshdarndiggity awesome!
Where the goddamn hell is the Like button comicvine!!!!
@zymm: Aaaaaawwww..... You added hair. I would have preferred the bald one. More unique and updated. But this is still badass, though. Messed up hair always means rough experience. Great work!
Hey since you're not gonna use the bald concept, can I steal it instead?
Edit: Too late! I already stole your bald idea... :D
@donnergeist: Thanks. :D
1. "Ahead of its time" Special Effects
2. Lightsaber choreography and other action sequences
3. Clone Army
1. Acting, writing, directing
2. Every damn thing had to be CGI
3. Anakin Crywalker
Bonus Bad thing: Whining from the fans who know every single detail of the film meaning they've watched it a gazillion times just to nitpick. Seriously, they can't let it go.
@linark: Good points. But Themoistocles is not a "30 year old trained guy" though. Spartans may be Seals or Delta but Themistocles could be a Force Recon Marine. Not Tier 1 as Leo but still "special operations". My point is that, being on the upper echelon of Athens, he has been entitled to much more training than an average Joe. And basing on historians' points-of-view, I would say he is a much smarter fighter than Leonidas if both of them fought with the same mentality as with an army. So we have a 60-year old Devgru that is a Roberto Duran against a 30 year old MARSOC that is a Sugar Ray Leonard. Hehe!
I still think Themy wins 6/10. To each his own I guess.
The universe MAY be proof of a Creator(scientifically speaking). The universe is NOT proof of God(religiously speaking).
Agree. As Carl Sagan said:
Some people think God is an outsized, light-skinned male with a long white beard, sitting on a throne somewhere up there in the sky, busily tallying the fall of every sparrow. Others—for example Baruch Spinoza and Albert Einstein —considered God to be essentially the sum total of the physical laws which describe the universe. I do not know of any compelling evidence for anthropomorphic patriarchs controlling human destiny from some hidden celestial vantage point, but it would be madness to deny the existence of physical laws