Comparisons of Hair, suits, etc....(merged)

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  1. SUPERSEBAS Registered

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    I'd have to say, Kate Bosworth is a lot hotter than Margot Kidder.

    Oh yeah, and Routh actually does look a lot like Reeve. ;)
     
  3. Bad Superman World's Grimmest Hero

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    The woman in the last shot with Reeve is not Margot Kidder.
     
  4. KrypJonian The Last Son of Krypjon

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    I really dislike that top image of Routh. It looks like he's wearing lipstick and foundation....

    But cool comparisons :up:
     
  5. Brian Braddock R.I.P. '96 Y.N.W.A.

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    Youre right - Its not Kidder. Thats a still from Reeve's audition. I only think it was posted as a comparison of Reeve to Routh.
     
  6. Out of every shot..that top shot is the only Routh shot that doesn't look like routh or reeve.

    Its a terrible picture..the only one i have disliked.
     
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    Routh still for some reason looks younger than Reeve.
     
  9. Lobo Liv is Life

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    yeah that top shot of Routh is the only one I really hate, I've liked evrything else pretty much
     
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    Holy crap Lobo awesome avvy.

    Kate is FINE!!
     
  11. Bad Superman World's Grimmest Hero

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    You've got one fine eye. Very good comparisons :up:
     
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    Singer's fault.
     
  13. M.E.H.Z.E.B Banned Usèr

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    Wonderful comparisons. Very skillfully done, indeed. Keep up the good work! :up: :up: :up:
     
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    you think? :rolleyes:
     
  15. Octoberist point blank

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    What's with the Marrot Kidder bashing? She wasn't that ugly back then.
     
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    She is ugly, and has a deeper voice than Christopher Reeves, lol.

    On a sidenote...Routh looks better than Reeve, and his Clark sounds better too.
     
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    that first shot of routh is just horrible.. everything is horrible about it... the washed out colors, routh's hair... it just looks like some goth version of superman and it's a shot from the actual film too. they better color correct that **** to make him look like he's actually alive rather than half dead. Isnt Routh the same age as Reeve when he played superman? It's just funny in that shot that Routh looks like a younger version of Reeve even though they're the same age when they took on the role.
     
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    No, it isn't...Routh looks better. It's just a stormy background. Does Superman not come out during storms?
     
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    Isn't there already a 'homage' thread?
     
  20. Lobo Liv is Life

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    Thanks and yes she is :). Now I have to come up with a Lex like plot to rid the world of orlando Bloom :D
     
  21. DorkyFresh Sum Dum Goy

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    did you ever notice how 25 year olds back in the 70's look older than 25 year olds today?

    might wanna ponder that for a sec. ;)
     
  22. Whack Arnolds Registered

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    Don't psychologists, and sociologists, say that Men take longer to mature and age in this day and age? I find it very intersting, that young men are kind of stunted in growth for the most part.
     
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    yep i do notice that.... hence its weird.. i wonder what environmental factors have caused this. I mean men today eat worse than in the 70s and arent as active. That's the trend in the US at least. You'd think bad nutrition and lethargy would make us look older not younger. Might be something good to research.
     
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    Well I meant that, Men look younger (which is a good thing, cause they will look even younger when they are older), but I mean mentally, men age and mature very slowly in this era.
     
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    Well, we are living in easier times, which means that there's lesser strain on our body, lesser exertion, better means of preserving youthfulness and so on.
    I think that's the reason why people today look more youthful. Our bodies don't go through rigours that people in the 70s had to confront.
     

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