Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Bowser, Sep 1, 2016.
Spoiler: My favorite gag from the Lego Batman movie
Joker: "Bruce Wayne is Batman.....'s roommate."
Unrelated visual gag.
What I was really hoping for was some kind of observation on the true purpose of the Justice League. They are there to smack the guy holding the kryptonite or red sunlight emitter and get it away from Superman. Basically when the Justice League is present, Superman goes from being 99% invincible to 100% invincible. Which leads me to four and five.
Spoiler: The fourth and fifth stupidest things in Dawn of Justice
If you have Batman, Wonder Woman, Lois Lane, and Superman fighting a monster created out of Kryptonian DNA and your only kryptonite weapon fell into a well with rocks raining down. Why would Lois be the one who goes into the dangerous place rather than Wonder Woman who is faster and handle falling rocks all day. Why would Superman be the one who ultimately wield the Kryptonite weapon instead to Wonder Woman who is almost as strong as Superman and won't face any Kryptonite backlash.
Now maybe Superman and Lois Lane are too impulsive but Batman was there and should have been able to assess the tactics immediately. Wonder Woman was probably the best part of Dawn of Justice and she kind of just stood around for the big fight.
Spoiler: The third stupidest thing in Dawn of Justice
Spoiler: The Second Stupidest thing in Dawn of Justice
Spoiler: The stupidest thing in Dawn of Justice
He is such a talented voice actor. He also does the voice of another epic villain, fire lord Ozai from Avatar the Last Airbender
I also liked Hamill in Wing Commander.
Oh, and in Star Wars.
Never seen that.
Definitely have seen that!
Oh I just noticed a possible misunderstanding:
The Wing Commander movie is.... pretty bad unfortunately, and Hamill is not in it.
But he was the player character in the numerous cutscenes of the PC games Wing Commander 3 and 4 and had a role in Wing Commander Prophecy as well.
Some of my favourite games of all times.
Hahaha... fair enough. Thank you for the correction! I had never even heard of it.