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  # 845976 27-Jun-2013 10:47
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Superman - Man of Steel was pretty great I'd have to say 8/10 from me. Parts of it were below my expectation but it is a definite see in my opinion.

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  # 846655 28-Jun-2013 11:26
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DarthKermit: I have no desire to go see Man of steel because it's another superman remake. Each to their own though.


Trust the Force Luke !

I got shanghaied into seeing this and it continues the trend of mediocre movie making.

Zero surprises except for one action (no spoilers).

Thinly fleshed, charisma-free characters.

Zero chemistry between them.

Flimsy story.

Poor storytelling, scenes lurch from bang to boom with not much in between.

Like a Peter Jackson epic, it's too long and could do with a functional editor.

And it didn't even look very good.

From the Michael Bay school of action film making.

5/10

But worse is still to come !

There's a dreadful "documentary" called We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks.

This is nothing but a hatchet job on Wikileaks founder Assange while trying to bolster a defence for current guest of the US Govt, Bradley Manning.

This is straight from the Fox News school of journalism, there is no balance, footage is heavily edited.

Predictably Assange had nothing to do with the film and Wikileaks have posted a scene by scene rebuttal.

2/10








 
 
 
 




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  # 846666 28-Jun-2013 11:35
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I can see where you're saying the editing and dialogue wasn't great, but I can't agree that it didn't look good. It looked bloody spectacular!

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  # 846726 28-Jun-2013 13:13
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Man of Steel

9/10

Bloody loved it. The fights and action were out of this world awesome. CGI was brilliant. Cavill was perfect.

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  # 846803 28-Jun-2013 15:45
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Sorry guys, this was a visual mess much in the style of Michael Bay.

So much is thrown on the screen you can't see what's happening.

"It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing."




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  # 846812 28-Jun-2013 16:28
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ilovemusic: Sorry guys, this was a visual mess much in the style of Michael Bay.

So much is thrown on the screen you can't see what's happening.

"It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury signifying nothing."




Man, that sounds like my kind of movie!

Will have to go see it this weekend!






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  # 846831 28-Jun-2013 17:11
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I haven't been to a movie theatre in a long time and have never seen a movie in 3d.
Went to Man of Steel in 3d last night and thought it was pretty good, probably 7/10.

I didn't think much of the 3d though so won't bother with that again.
The glasses just got annoying after a while and I used to wear glasses all the time!

I agree that the editing of the movie could have been better but I didn't think it was too long.

 
 
 
 


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  # 846847 28-Jun-2013 18:02
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CYaBro: I haven't been to a movie theatre in a long time and have never seen a movie in 3d.
Went to Man of Steel in 3d last night and thought it was pretty good, probably 7/10.

I didn't think much of the 3d though so won't bother with that again.
The glasses just got annoying after a while and I used to wear glasses all the time!

I agree that the editing of the movie could have been better but I didn't think it was too long.


Wrong movie to see 3D in. It was done post shooting



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  # 846896 28-Jun-2013 20:38
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I went to the 2d screening. Was very beautiful having been shot on film.

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  # 846897 28-Jun-2013 20:38
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Kopkiwi:
CYaBro: I haven't been to a movie theatre in a long time and have never seen a movie in 3d.
Went to Man of Steel in 3d last night and thought it was pretty good, probably 7/10.

I didn't think much of the 3d though so won't bother with that again.
The glasses just got annoying after a while and I used to wear glasses all the time!

I agree that the editing of the movie could have been better but I didn't think it was too long.


Wrong movie to see 3D in. It was done post shooting


Oh really?
So I got scammed??!!

They should have to tell you that when you are buying your ticket...

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  # 846905 28-Jun-2013 20:56
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a good day to die hard

*yawn*

I can't believe they wrecked USD11mil worth of cars just for the sake of mr willis ... could have used it to feed the hungry




Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


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  # 847134 29-Jun-2013 14:41
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Ok so we went to Man of Steel as well, at a Hoyts. went to 2D as it only scored 19/35 for 3D.

Movie was OK, but I cannot believe the amount of trailers and ads we had to sit through watching, it was like half an hour, while some trailers would be fine there were dozens of full length ads some even played more than once.

It's ridiculous paying like half month's sky subscription and had to watch that many ads carpet bombing in loud volumes...

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  # 847138 29-Jun-2013 14:58
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hangon: Ok so we went to Man of Steel as well, at a Hoyts. went to 2D as it only scored 19/35 for 3D.



Curious on your scoring scale...

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Watched Pulp Fiction on Blu-ray last night.

It sounded awful !

Like the whole film was re-processed in an echo chamber.

Yuk.





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  # 847165 29-Jun-2013 16:20
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I have no interest in seeing any 3d movie that wasn't specifically shot in 3d, ie Avatar and The Hobbit, etc

Post conversion sucks.

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  # 847213 29-Jun-2013 18:59
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went to see fast 6. LOVED IT!

Ok, so theres a lack of physics but still it was SO good. :D

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