Re: So what DIDN'T we like?
Originally Posted by Rock Sexton
Yet you believe a man can be encapsulated in a block of ice and live to tell about it. That's why I'm saying it's ironic ..... areas where you choose to suspend your disbelief. You get very semantic with it.
That's exactly what I said. I remember a similar debate in your TF3 thread. We can suspend our disbelief all we want but when the film stops making logic within itself is when everyone but fan boys take notice.
The dude(who happened to be a rocket scientist) didn't agree with the fact that the nasa shuttle landed that close to the black of the moon and that it would be impossible or something of the sort. I honestly just chalked it up to his knowledge real science inhibiting his enjoyment whereas as the laymen accepts it willingly. This cap situation is similar however one doesn't need to be a rocket scientist to notice something like this.
"A man named Hal Jordan was recruited 35 years ago into the Lantern core. He hasn't returned to the relatively measured as primitive earth since. Upon his return from what could be considered hell, the weathered soldier and man out of time has short trimmed grey hair, scars, and a warning of a looming threat that motivated his return to his home planet. He's also surprised and weary to see a Kryptonian on Earth"