New Superman animated film explains meaning of life

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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 2:34 pm » by Tekmo


Just finished watching the new animated Superman film called 'All-Star Superman.' I don't wanna spoil anything but towards the end Lex Luthor figures out what the meaning of life is by being first-person with Superman's powers. I will give a hint though, It is one of the main theories today of what the meaning of life really is, and what most spiritual people believe. I just thought it was interesting, the trailer is below, and you can watch the whole film here: http://loombo.com/7ka6c4akz5po

ONE MORE THING: I'm surprised at how super hero animated films are more mature than what you would see in a live action super hero movie, how ironic.


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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 2:50 pm » by Thesaint


ITS SPAM, don't press the link and Fire his ass, (when are these dicks ever going to learn) Tosser

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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 2:53 pm » by Tekmo


Ugh, not at all, when you confirm there will be a pop up, then when you click Play there will be another pop up. Just close those too, it's how they make their money by streaming people's videos. Geez, well let me see if I can upload it to Megavideo...

BTW I am NOT a spammer! U can even check my Twitter, see if I have any spam there! And I highly take that as an insult, there's no need to start calling me that without knowing anything about me- http://twitter.com/tekmo
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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 2:57 pm » by Tekmo


Here's a better link- DO NOT CLICK DOWNLOAD, just scroll down and stream it: http://www.watchmovieon.com/movies/all-star-superman
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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 3:13 pm » by Spinevane27


tekmo is right, there is something in that movie that caught my attention very quickly
Why is it spam exactly?

I don't want to spoil the movie but people shouldnt have to view the whole thing to see what he is talking about.
Lex sees something near to the end of the movie. I downloaded it the other day so I'll try to quote it.

"I can see the entire electromagnetic spectrum.. and those must be atoms, little clouds of possibility. Einstein couldn't connect the gravitational force to the other three. But if he could have seen this, heh, its so obvious. The fundamental forces are held by consciousness.. everythings connected.. every-one."
Starts saying it at 1:06:54

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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 3:51 pm » by Tekmo


Thank you!

That is exactly the scene I was trying to mention, I really like how they try to show the feeling of what Lex Luthor is seeing through his eyes- and how it changes him... Having Superman's powers and understanding WHY he is a good person. If you see earlier in the film, Lex Luthor asks Clark Kent what he would do if he had Superman's powers, and of course he said "I would do good" (somewhere along those lines). Lex Luthor laughs at his response but eventually it's what Lex finally understands, and is towards the end while having Superman's powers.

I guess it's all metaphorically.
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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 4:14 pm » by Thesaint


tekmo is right, there is something in that movie that caught my attention very quickly
Why is it spam exactly?


Sorry my fault (but there was a reason for me) When I clicked on the link that says "whole movie" I got adverts for Pizza and a casino site and after the last few days (with spammers sending us down the garden path with unconnected titles) I put 2+2 together and obviously made 5. So my humble apologies people (and especially to tekmo) I know you will forgive me as it was done with the best of intentions. MWA MWA MWA (they're kisses of sorriness) :hugging:

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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 4:36 pm » by Boondox681


ONE MORE THING: I'm surprised at how super hero animated films are more mature than what you would see in a live action super hero movie, how ironic.

this is because they can do things in cartoons that real actors either can't or won't do or say.
plus they can embellish just enough to disassociate themselves from legal ramifications.
see...
south park.

i'm gonna' check this one out today.
thanx

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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 5:17 pm » by Tekmo


Thanks guys, and apology accepted thesaint, I can see how it looks like spam when you first click it, but a lot of free video hosting websites I've seen do this, I guess to make their money, but it's still legit.

Oh and bondox681- I don't think it's just what they can do 'live-action' (With today's technology I'm sure they could pull all of that off), but mainly the plot and story of these films, but that's just my opinion...

I kinda understand your point though
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PostTue Feb 15, 2011 5:21 pm » by Boondox681


but mainly the plot and story of these films, but that's just my opinion...

i'm rollin' with you,bro :flop:
here's the reason...cost.
it's considerably cheaper to do an animation than a 'real-life' movie
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