Superman Unbound was okay.
I didn’t like the character designs very much, nor Lois’ character or voice actor (even watching Castle, I never cared for Stana Katic), and I found the way Superman defeated Brainiac to be kind of lacking, but there are certainly worse films in this lineup, and Supergirl with PTSD was an interesting interpretation that makes a whole hell of a lot of sense.
It bugs me how hit-and-miss Lois Lane can be. I hated the way she was written in All Star Superman, but definitely loved her in Vs The Elite (even if I found that voice actress to be kinda bad, too). I think the real problem here was that she was mostly just “Superman’s girlfriend”, and that kinda kills a lot of the fire the character is capable of having. Maybe it’s just me, but I always think of Lois Lane as reporter first, love interest second. That’s the way the DCAU did her, and that’s the way I’m always going to see her.
I guess I’ll just hold out hope that the Flashpoint one thats’s upcoming is gonna be better.
While watching an episode of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys on my DVR, I discovered Reb Brown, aka Big McLargehuge, was a guest star. What I wouldn’t give to see these two engaged in a futuristic go-kart chase.
This is an amazing find. I would have promptly made a screenshot for Tumblr, too, my friend.
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I consider anything that isn’t Clerks “the worst Kevin Smith movie”
Amy, Chasing Amy is the best Kevin Smith movie. We all agree on this, and you more than most oughta, given how neatly your name syncs up with the title. It makes me cry even more than Mallrats does, and that’s even counting the fact that I identify most with Brodie Bruce than any other Kevin Smith character.
mallrats is the shit though
It’s maybe my favorite movie ever. Still, nobody’s impressed by the fact that I have a DVD of the critically-considered worst Kevin Smith movie.
I fear the moment that any woman I hope to sleep with sees my movie collection.
“You own Mallrats on DVD?” is basically the same sentence as “I find you incredibly unattractive”
Fallout New Vegas cultural reference: New Vegas Samurai perk and the movie Six-String Samurai
The name and icon for the New Vegas Samurai achievement is a reference to the Palm Pictures film Six-String Samurai. The guitar, stubble, and glasses are all references to the film’s main character, Buddy. (x)