History WesternAnimation / SupermanVSTheElite

31st Jan '16 11:14:14 AM Ilya_Rysenkov
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* KnightTemplar: The Elite.
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* KnightTemplar: The Elite. [[spoiler: Subverted with Superman.]]
29th Jan '16 10:37:23 PM Discar
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The plot in both the original comic and the movie is based on Superman's effectiveness at being a superhero in the much darker, cynical world that grew in the 90's of comic books, ultimately questioning if his old fashioned moral standards are still relevant against the more ruthless villains of the present today. [[spoiler:They are.]]
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The plot in both the original comic and the movie is based on Superman's effectiveness at being a superhero in the much darker, cynical world that grew in the 90's of comic books, ultimately questioning if his old fashioned moral standards are still relevant against the more ruthless villains of the present today. [[spoiler:They are.]] today.
28th Jan '16 1:55:27 PM AnotherGuy
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-->'''Manchester Black:''' Football, you uneducated yank.
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-->'''Manchester Black:''' Football, you uneducated yank.[[note]]Of course, soccer is a ''British'' term.[[/note]]
28th Jan '16 1:53:41 PM AnotherGuy
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* ArtisticLicensePhysics: Neutrinos do nothing. In fact, there's billions of them passing through your body ''right now''. There's a reason they're called ''neutr''inos.
28th Jan '16 1:52:21 PM AnotherGuy
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* GoneHorriblyRight: The Elite spend most of the movie convincing people that Superman's morals are outdated and that WhyDontYouJustShootHim is the new, better way of doing things, mocking Superman's protests. [[spoiler: When Superman finally decides to "buy what [they've] been selling", words cannot describe the horror they have unleashed.]]

* GoneHorriblyRight: The Elite spend most of the movie convincing people that Superman's morals are outdated and that WhyDontYouJustShootHim is the new, better way of doing things, mocking Superman's protests. [[spoiler: When Superman finally decides to "buy what [they've] been selling", words cannot describe the horror they have unleashed.]]
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* GoneHorriblyRight: The Elite spend most of the movie convincing people that Superman's morals are outdated and that WhyDontYouJustShootHim is the new, better way of doing things, mocking Superman's protests. GoodIsNotSoft: Superman. [[spoiler: When Superman finally decides to "buy what [they've] been selling", words cannot describe the horror they have unleashed.He shows how brutal he can truly be - even ''non''-lethally.]]
28th Jan '16 1:48:36 PM AnotherGuy
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* HeroInsurance: Invoked. In fact, Manchester thinks Superman won't attack him when he's in the city with all the "sheep" around.
18th Nov '15 1:17:31 AM Polokun
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Keeping the story details together instead of being awkwardly split by the tech details.
The plot in both the original comic and the movie is based on Superman's effectiveness at being a superhero in the much darker, cynical world that grew in the 90's of comic books, ultimately questioning if his old fashioned moral standards are still relevant against the more ruthless villains of the present today. [[spoiler:They are.]]

The plot in both the original comic and the movie is based on Superman's effectiveness at being a superhero in the much darker, cynical world that grew in the 90's of comic books, ultimately questioning if his old fashioned moral standards are still relevant against the more ruthless villains of the present today. [[spoiler:They are.]]
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The plot in both the original comic and the movie is based on Superman's effectiveness at being a superhero in the much darker, cynical world that grew in the 90's of comic books, ultimately questioning if his old fashioned moral standards are still relevant against the more ruthless villains of the present today. [[spoiler:They are.]]
6th Nov '15 10:23:57 PM AnotherGuy
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** Manchester's father.
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** Manchester's father. [[UnreliableNarrator Maybe.]]
11th Oct '15 4:53:00 AM SutairuMasuta
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* WalkingShirtlessScene: Black reveals that the large flag on his chest isn't a T-Shirt. That's a tattoo.
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* WalkingShirtlessScene: Black reveals that the large flag Union Jack on his chest isn't a T-Shirt. That's a tattoo.
27th Sep '15 1:42:16 PM LentilSandEater
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* {{Deconstruction}}: The Elite come off as the stereotypical dark, cynical Anti-heroes about how all villains are free to be tortured and should just be killed because that would make the world better. [[spoiler:They then show that ''they'' decide who the villains are, and that "people who endanger innocent lives" can apply to more than just criminals and terrorists. Superman at the end seemingly uses ''the exact same solution'' onto them, showing them just how utterly terrifying and horrible that way of thinking is, especially coming from someone as pure and good as Superman when he does it.]] Superman even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] it.
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* {{Deconstruction}}: The Elite come off as the stereotypical dark, cynical Anti-heroes about how all villains are free to be tortured and should just be killed because that would make the world better. [[spoiler:They then show that ''they'' decide who the villains are, and that "people who endanger innocent lives" can apply to more than just criminals and terrorists. Superman at the end seemingly uses ''the exact same solution'' onto them, showing them just how utterly terrifying and horrible that way of thinking is, especially coming from someone as pure and good as Superman when he does it.]] Superman even [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] it.seems to enjoy throwing it back in their faces a little ''too'' much.
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