Originally Posted by Rock Sexton
Semantics. They wanted Earth for their own. The story was written so that their other bases were now inhabitable. Earth became the only place. CONVENIENT. Isn't it also convenient that the Codex ended up on the only place they could build a new world on.
No, because that is why Jor-El sent his son there. Because it could nurture.
Originally Posted by C. Lee
It was just a matter of convience that.....
out of all the worlds in the galaxy Superman's rocket landed on Earth....
that out of all the reactions a boy can have to seeing his parents die in front of him, that Bruce Wayne decided to dress up as a bat....
that the radioactive spider bite didn't kill Peter Parker or at least make doctors have to amputate his irradiated diseased hand.....
that 99.999999999999999% of the things that happened in movies or comics happened at all........
Superman's rocket was sent to Earth on purpose. It isn't random.
Bruce fears bats, that is why he uses them. It is him conquering his fears.
Agree on Parker, but I love it.
Not every film is Peacemaker.
Yes a lot of convenience in fantasy and sci-fi filmmaking. But when it is executed in what I feel is a lazy and haphazard way, I am allowed.