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Man of Steel (2013)

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Neo_Version 7, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. willy cheesesteak

    willy cheesesteak Senior member

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    Is the AllStar:Superman available in HDRip yet?
    I downloaded the DVDRip but quality sucks on my HDTV.
     
  3. Rambo

    Rambo Senior member

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    Beats me. It got the job done on the iMac.
     
  4. Neo_Version 7

    Neo_Version 7 Senior member

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    It's amazing how these films manage to juggle a dozen plots so effortlessly yet stay under 90 minutes.
     
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    It's amazing how these films manage to juggle a dozen plots so effortlessly yet stay under 90 minutes.

    This. Marvel has produced a few good ones as well. I liked Planet Hulk. It was, of course, no where nearly as good as the comic, but much better then the majority of 90 minute movies released into theatre with 30 million budgets.


    BTW, Neo, the changing of your avatar saddens me, I loved the old one.
     
  6. Neo_Version 7

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    This. Marvel has produced a few good ones as well. I liked Planet Hulk. It was, of course, no where nearly as good as the comic, but much better then the majority of 90 minute movies released into theatre with 30 million budgets.


    BTW, Neo, the changing of your avatar saddens me, I loved the old one.


    I just realized average running time for these films is about an hour and fifteen minutes. They feel so much longer though. Voice acting is almost always solid and pacing is pretty much flawless. Will defo check out Planet Hulk.

    Emma needs a rest. She'll be coming back soon though. [​IMG]
     
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    Emma needs a rest. She'll be coming back soon though. [​IMG]
    Can we get an avatar of her nip slip?
     
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    Really hoping Zod isn't the villain.

     
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    I could have sworn they basically said Zod was it a while back.
     
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    damn, she's fine! [​IMG]
     
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    Really hoping Zod isn't the villain.

    Agreed. They need not mess with the perfection that was Superman II. Time to blaze new trails.
     
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    damn, she's fine!

    [​IMG]


    If you think about it, he can fuck her because she really isn't his mother. [​IMG]
     
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    If you think about it, he can fuck her because she really isn't his mother. [​IMG]

    Going to watch Unfaithful now.
     
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    If you think about it, he can fuck her because she really isn't his mother. [​IMG]

    I wouldn't be surprised if "mommy kent" was the test subject of clark's x-ray vision in the smallville years
     
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    If you think about it, he can fuck her because she really isn't his mother. [​IMG]

    I wouldn't be surprised if "mommy kent" was the test subject of clark's x-ray vision in the smallville years

    Don't soil Superman with your filthy minds. You're both examples of what would happen if real people got powers.
     
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    Don't soil Superman with your filthy minds. You're both examples of what would happen if real people got powers.

    I bet when he tosses lois lane's salad he gives it a hint of his super freeze breath for that nice tingly sensation....
     
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    That is a relief, no signs of Zod yet.
     
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    Also...
    "Literally, the one thing that everyone can start to think about is that we're making a movie that finally goes with the approach that there's been no other Superman movies. If you look at "˜Batman Begins,' there's that structure, there's the canon that we know about and respect but on otherhand there's this approach that pre-supposes that there haven't been any other movies. In every aspect of design and of story, the whole thing is very much from that perspective of respect the canon but don't be a slave to the movies."

    As for working with a producer like Christopher Nolan, a filmmaker who basically brought Batman back from the dead, Snyder has nothing but good things to say about his involvement:

    Sounds like a great collaborative relationship to me. Now we're just waiting to hear more casting to officially come out of the woodwork. We already know Henry Cavill is our titular superhero, and Diane Lane will play Clark Kent's mother, but what about the rumors of Kevin Costner, or Viggo Mortensen or Daniel Day-Lewis joining? Snyder doesn't confirm or deny but simply says, "There's more to come and I think it's consistent in its awesomeness." Well, we look forward to that awesomeness and especially our first hero shot of Cavill all suited up in the blue tights and cape.
     

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