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08-03-2012, 12:54 AM
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Originally Posted by ChompChomp View Post
Even if you accept that the Nolan DC universe to date has no supernatural/superhuman forces, that doesn't mean that the Nolan DC universe cannot have Kal-El land here in Smallville. What kind of faulty logic is that? If you have some movies "grounded in reality," all of a sudden you can't introduce aliens, especially a particular alien who is representative of the DC universe? Come on. We're not talking about the ****-age of Indiana Jones with that Indy 4 crap, these are movies based on DC comics.

You know what I've always found odd? Why people were so bothered by there being aliens (or alien like somethings) in Indiana Jones 4, but didn't seem to have an issue with all the supernatural stuff in the first three. It's like they forgot there's a 1000 year old Knight in Last Crusade, or a box that melts people in Raiders. I'm not saying the 4th movie was good, it wasn't, but I'm pretty sure it was better than Temple of Doom, and having Aliens in it doesn't seem like a real reason to hate it. If you imagine they were angels does it make it better? It could be like a reverse "Come Sail Away."

Now having Aliens in a batman movie, that's stupid, since it's, at least currently, a non-fantasy world. Is that what you people were talking about? I don't know what JL stands for.

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