|Is it worth watching? on Mar 28, 2016 @ 02:39 pm|
Haven't watched it but have seen mixed reviews.
My take: Superman
|no on Mar 28, 2016 @ 02:48 pm|
No and nope. I usually love the superheroes, but I'm completely uninterested in this one. Okay - Superman gets 'god like ability' from the yellow sun of this solar system. He can turn back time by flying around the world really fast, reversing its spin. So why doesn't he take the caped crusader up into space and drop him there... he dies from lack of oxygen. Done.
If Batman fought Iron Man, that would be a better match: both are all about the toys and gadgets!
|. on Mar 28, 2016 @ 03:00 pm|
My husband and his guy friends went to see this today. I guess I'll find out soon if he/they liked it.
|haven't watched the movie, but here's my take on the argument on Mar 28, 2016 @ 03:07 pm|
Yes, Superman does have the potential to kill Batman, most definitely! But I also like to think in perspective. The yellow sun is the only thing that gives him his powers, so if you take that away, he would have the same abilities as a normal human being. Batman on the other hand, has many other factors which contribute to his power. Money is a big one, yes, but he also has family (his large network of vigilantes in Gotham) and just pure skill and intelligence. Honestly, it's Batman over Superman any day.
In response to TashaCat's comment on why wouldn't Superman just simply dispose of Batman in that way, as an avid fan of Bats, his suit is most likely designed for all climates and terrains, outer-space included, so He probably wouldn't die from the lack of oxygen. Also, killing Batman would be a very poor decision as well. We're talking about loss of a plethora of resources and services! This is the technical response, the other response I have to your comment is because of Superman's morals.
I'm sure as a superhero/vigilante, someone's life is always in your hands, and you will always have the power to take life away. Superman constantly battles with this decision, since to others (such as Red Hood) the choice of killing an enemy for the greater good makes perfect sense. The world would be better off without this chaos inducing individual. However, If Superman chooses to kill, wouldn't he just as evil as his enemies? Superman isn't god, and chooses not to play god either, so no, there would be no way he could kill Batman.
|. on Mar 28, 2016 @ 03:09 pm|
oh jeez, sorry for that super long comment! This is what happens when you like comic books a bit too much....
|Not yet .. on Mar 28, 2016 @ 03:12 pm|
Excited to see this movie though, I've been hearing a lot of mixed reviews.
|um no.... on Mar 28, 2016 @ 03:55 pm|
Let me just say thank god I saw it on bootleg the day it came out because I save me some oney I was so disappointed in this movie.On top of that it was so long and dragged out.To much hype for the movie to make it look good,I would say hell no.But hey Its totally up to u.
|. on Mar 28, 2016 @ 04:30 pm|
I've seen extremely mixed reviews, but one of my friends loved it. I'm definitely going to see it, just so I can discuss it with others!
|Hmmm on Mar 28, 2016 @ 05:01 pm|
The reviews aren't great, and the TV trailers didn't really do it for me. I'm torn on this one, but I do love the 2 main actors, so we'll see :)
|Not worth it on Mar 29, 2016 @ 09:27 am|
I don't think this was worth seeing! I went with my husband and his cousins (and they're all huge nerds) and we were all disappointed. It's not a terrible movie, I enjoyed the main fight scene. But the villain wasn't great and we all felt like they completely did him wrong. The movie is called batman vs superman but there isn't really that much tension between the two of them. I felt like the movie shouldn't have been called batman vs superman.