Tuesday, November 12, 2013
So why didn't she just go to the show's doctor and say hey... can I get my team on this pill? Why didn't she just do that? Was she unable to? So she decided to go behind people's back and give her team the stuff anyway?
Nope doesn't make sense to me at all.
It started out alright. The origins of Superman. Who wouldn't want to watch that? But when you realize you'll never really see Clark Kent in the Superman costume because it was only meant to be about him growing up? Yeah it's not really for me... and what's with so many people knowing about his secret?
To say I have issues with the show? Understatement. Watching it with those issues would give me an open mind to the show at all.
So yes. Done.
Sunday, November 10, 2013
In an attempt to reboot the Superman franchise on the big screen, they did a lackluster job. To say I wasn't impressed is an understatement.
There was no chemistry between Kal El and Lois Lane. She was able to find out about his secret way to easy. For a boy taught by his parents not to allow others to see his true self, Clark sure didn't listen to his dad the all wise Jonathan Kent.
It felt like all they wanted to do was blow things up and destroy them. Rather than focusing on the kind of person Superman really is. Yeah let's reintroduce General Zod and have Superman kill him. That's great and all, but I don't know they were just tossing each other around too much for my liking.
Krypton looked more like stone than crystal. One thing I didn't mind was the use of spaceships. After all they were an advanced civilization so why not have space ships? The world machine was an interesting choice. A machine that terraforms planets to make them livable... oh wait that was done before in Star Trek 2, it's the Genesis Device. Duh.
So all in all, I think they could have done a much better job on the reboot. A much better job. But well that's just my two cents.
Saturday, November 9, 2013
Reminds me of another show that did the same thing. It was always an excuse that the person had no control over whatever it was they did. Talk about a get out of jail free card. Is there such a thing like that in real life? I doubt it. Would be interesting if there was.
Well I suppose one could say drinking is like that... the excuse of, oh you didn't know what you were doing you were drunk at the time. Yeah that's a good analogy between the superfandom and real life. Yep that is def a good thought.
In real life, people do drugs or drink and they aren't themselves. Clark Kent gets exposed to Red Kryptonite and he acts the same way. Shoot he can't get drunk because of his superness but that pesky rock sure can mess with him pretty good.
Friday, October 18, 2013
I wish they would listen to me... all those characters doing what they are predetermined to do and I don't have a say in any of it. How dare they.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
So I’ve been watching Smallville. Who knew.it would be such an enjoyable series! I at first didn’t want to watch it because I felt it was a High School soap. But after watching it. It’s not really like that at all. I’m currently in Season 4. I look forward to watching the rest of the series and seeing how it goes.