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• Posted by Cap Stewart
• Date: Friday, July 7, 2006, at 1:46 p.m.
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• In Response to: I completely and utterly.... (Brendan Anderson)


> And another thing - why does Lex Luthor only listen to the most mundane of
> classical music? If he's supposed to be a criminal mastermind, couldn't he
> find something a little more interesting than the Four Seasons?

Hmm, I liked it—well, all of the classical music used in the film…well, ALL the music used in the film.

> Why are they treating Superman with a ventilator bag when it's obvious
> from his travels through water and space he doesn't breathe oxygen?

> Why wouldn't Superman suspect Luthor to have kryptonite when there is a
> scene earlier in the movie when Clark Kent hears about the meteorite
> exhibit theft? For that matter, why doesn't Superman realize the crystal
> continent is made of Kryptonite as soon as he gets there?

Yes, that particularly bothered me.

> How come after pushing the kryptonite continent into space Superman falls
> back to earth? He's obviously escaped the gravitational pull of the earth
> if the continent can just float away, yet he then falls to earth?

Yes, that particularly bothered me as well.

Besides, why was it so life-and-death important to get rid of Luther’s new island? And what was it about taking it up into space that killed Superman in the first place?

> The Williams material is astounding...the Ottman material has none of the
> same structure, phrasing or development and it ends up sounding like two
> separate and mis-matched scores competing with one another throughout the
> film. Not only that, but many of the quotes of Williams material is
> altered to be harmonicly watered down. This score doesn't do it for me.

Well, I’m sorry…for you.


Did you happen to catch “The Office” on NBC last night? I didn’t get to watch all of it, but there were at least three shows back to back!

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