When you've just seen a minigun shoot an alien with no effect, and said alien kill half of your squad, the logical thing to do is keep firing your assault rifle at it until it kills you or your bullets run dry. (2) Comments
You have a terraforming machine that can make any planet -and hundred of additional planets- habitable by your kind. Insist on terraforming the single habitable planet in the star system -and possibly the only one left in the entire galaxy- and by such triggering the fury of its protector. Also, even if your archnemesis has within him the genetic data of your people and you need to kill him to extract it, it's still better to terraform another planet, rebuild forces and then concentrate fire on that single being and not an entire planet. (1) Comments
When you want to punish a criminal, make sure he and his followers will be the only ones who survive your planet's destruction. Sure they're the ones you want to be the lone survivors of your race. (0) Comments
You have 2 fathers. The foster one wants you to hide, who you really are and let people die. The biological one wants you to become a hero and reveal your powers to people.
You love them both, so you reveal your powers to people and let most of them die. (1) Comments
When a space-faring Alien civilization accidentally destroys their home planet, any suggestion of going somewhere, anywhere else will be scoffed at, because with nearly infinite planets in the Universe, there is "nowhere to go." (2) Comments
Arguable. When General Zod flashbacks show him looking for survivors on the Krypton Outposts all over the galaxy he didn't find any. So it can be speculated that the Kryptonians depend on their homeworld to survive, although why Zod and Co survived is unknown.
That last member contains all the genetic data of the people dying with Krypton's explosion, and the only way to extract it is to kill him. But that last member is the good guy because he is special (the only one born naturally) and thus can start a new page while the big bad option would result in history repeat itself and Krypton (oups Earth) exploding again
Terraforming involves two large pumps at opposite ends of a planet engaging in a game of electromagnetic pulse ping pong through the earth's core and pumping out nauseous gasses to change the atmosphere. (0) Comments
When Superman is fighting the bad guys from Krypton, they only say, "Ow!" when they are getting punched in the head - they say nothing when getting slammed on concrete or through buildings. (0) Comments
When you're the new employee on a fishing boat, your coworker will call you a "dumbass" for things y0u have no control over, like standing beneath a cage that falls off its hook on its own. (0) Comments
Superman can punch a hole in the side of Zod's ship to escape, so he can fly down to earth and stop the mayhem that Zod is about to unleash. OR...he COULD just fly through the ship a couple hundred times real fast and destroy it, thereby preventing Zod from doing anything to begin with. Yeah, it would make sense and save hundreds of thousands of lives...but would it make a great CGI disaster movie? (0) Comments
I get the feeling it's a sort of Dylan Hunt effect. In Andromeda, Dylan was engineered to live on a heavy world, so in Earth gravity, he seems to be very strong and ruggedly built. Meanwhile, if an unmodified human went to a heavy world, he'd probably find it difficult to even breathe. I get the feeling they were going for the same effect here.
Of course, in Andromeda, that gave him about twice Earth strenght, not a billion Earth strength.
If you try to hit someone with a heavy object, a steel gurder for example, and the target melts most of it with heat vision as you swing it, they'll never expect you to just hit them with what's left. (0) Comments
I was a little confused about that. So Lois knows Superman's name is Clark from earlier right? And it does make you wondering though how the glasses will fool everyone who probably recognized his face now.
When a teacher and student are having a conversion with you about how your son superhumanly saved a bus full of children, it's okay to get up and leave the conversation and show your son the spaceship he came from. (0) Comments
It is always a good advice to walk on a slippery thin ridge alongside a glacier cliff without telling anyone what you do and even without any kind of arctic survival equipment. Daily Planet's Insurance will never pay if anything happens to her! (0) Comments
Jor-El told his son about the condition of the kryptonian colonies and so the elder council should be very aware of it too - it's history. Nonetheless paid Zod all of them a visit just in case they lied to him about that. (0) Comments
Do you really want to ruin a film about Superman? Mash movies like Star Trek and it's space theme and ships; Lord of the rings/Avatar -like battles on Krypton. Add boring Matrix Neo-Smith battle near the end. Finally, pretend it's okay for everyone to forget Superman's identity at the end. (0) Comments
Lois is an ordinary journalist by the time the show starts, but somehow becomes important plot element, which includes being held captive by Zod, helping US army to beat aliens, being the most competent and capable of operating alien guns and finally being almost the only one physically saved by Superman. (1) Comments
Clark just can't catch a break. He always leaves from a zone he saves everyone, to maintain his secret identity. Hell, it even looks like he is a magnet for disasters. He really oughta leave the mankind. (0) Comments
Criminals, like Zod, don't get thrown to 2-D prisons anymore. Instead, they are frozen to survive the destruction of their planet, plus given enough resources to build their own freakin' spaceships. (0) Comments
When Superman tackles Zod for attacking his mother, Zod's goons will just get on the ship and follow Superman because taking Superman's mother as a hostage isn't a really good idea for some reason. (0) Comments
In the face of your ENTIRE specie's inevitable extinction, the logical choice between saving ONE single newborn child and continuation of your specie minus a few bloodlines is saving that one child and to hell with the whole specie! That's pure selflessness. (0) Comments