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Yeah, it doesn't matter how much of a badass they try to make him look, he's still a dude that wrangles fish.

The Jackson Hyde version also controls water, like Iceman does ice. It's one reason I think that version would be neat to see with the wonders of modern sfx.

 

Pretty sure the "unite seven" thing refers to the JLA roster; Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Green Lantern and [insert character]. The latter usually being Martian Manhunter, but could by filled by Cyborg... considering we know that character has been cast.

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Oh Torch, you do know that we live in post-emo society where there are no emotions other than angst, regret and revenge.   Is this what you were after?

I'm a DC guy. All my favorite superhero stories are DC stories. All my favorite superhero characters are DC characters. Green Lantern failed miserably because it's a bad movie, not because it's a ligh

Listen, as far as corniness goes, if you can make Captain America work you can make anything work. There is no character more cornball than Captain America, and the Winter Soldier film is probably my,

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Unite the Seven Seas.

 

DUH.

 

Man this Justice League is moody.

 

It seems like they are trying as hard as they can to force us to take Aquatard seriously. But honestly, with all the things we've heard about this movie, Rob Zombie with a trident isn't going to suddenly get a big emotional response from me.

 

I'm more thrown by Torch not complaining that he isn't blonde.

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Can someone explain to me why Jessie Eisenberg as Luthor is a good idea?

 

Gene Hackman's retired, John Shea's busy, Kevin Spacey is still fulfilling the terms of a blood debt to the ancient Assyrian God whose name roughly transliterated into our own familiar phonemes would be "NetFlix", and Michael Rosenbaum wouldn't play Lex Luthor again for every dollar in Otisburg.

 

Has he ever been intimidating in anything?

 

- Social Network

- The Double

 

Uh. That's it.

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That's true. There are varied ways Lex has been displayed over the years. I think this Brains Over Brawn version should be fine. I prefer Brains And Brawn however; Lex being a super man, to play on the term. Lex in this sense, being as peak as a natural human could be is still fathoms below Superman and that becomes yet another thing that sticks in Lex's craw.

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That's true. There are varied ways Lex has been displayed over the years. I think this Brains Over Brawn version should be fine. I prefer Brains And Brawn however; Lex being a super man, to play on the term. Lex in this sense, being as peak as a natural human could be is still fathoms below Superman and that becomes yet another thing that sticks in Lex's craw.

Super Powers armored Luthor!

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I'm not really feeling this so far. Sorry, I know some fans like to think Batman can beat Superman (OMG! TDKR!) but seriously, he just wouldn't. Especially in these movies! Does he even have Kryptonite? I don't remember there being any in MoS.

And why do they have to fight? Superman did end up saving the city at the end and he looked to be on friendly terms with the military even though they were trying to track him. I think my hype for this actually dropped instead.

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I was hoping for more a misunderstanding meeting and then World's Finest Teamup. Apparently the film is instead going to be an almost three hour long Super Power Beat Down except without their straight faithful costuming and I'll guess we'll get Exposition Flashbacks to move the story forward.

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Yeah I'm sure I'll see this, but I can't say I'm hugely looking forward to it. I can't get over how stupid that Bat costume looks either.

 

Plus it's hard to get too hype about a movie that's still a year away

 

(Other than Star Wars, duh)

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"Chewie...we're home." :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

 

"Do you bleed? You will." :no:

Yeah, I really don't like that line at all.

C'mon, Bats, at least make some sense. First you ask if he bleeds and then you say he will. Wha?! Maybe he doesn't!*

 

 

 

 

*Obviously he does but still...what a stupid line. :(

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It just seems utterly joyless. Even the Dark Knight Returns for all its darkness still had a sense of fun. Or the Arkham games which are super dark, still make you crack a smile and see the fun. This is just a flatline.

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Joyless is the perfect word. I think the whole "everything has to be darker darker darker" thing going on with movies, video games, and such has to hit rock bottom soon, and start going in the other direction. Yay for star wars.

 

And way to try and take a little wind out of star wars sails with this trailer a day later.

 

I'm not too excited about this movie, but I think I'm sold on Affleck as batman. I was dubious before. Jessie Eisenberg though? I dunno. I think I have to SEE him and HEAR him at the same time.

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