Wil TsTi Johnson 
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Re: “Movie Review: "Man of Steel"

I didn't think anyone could be as pretentious as the entire concept of Superman but I stand in awe. This over eloquent ass needs to go over to rotten tomatoes so he can write with the rest of the critic that care more about their word play than actually giving a movie a fair assessment. I'm glad that he was able to clarify the Jesus angle on a story made by two Jewish gentlemen who came up with the character partially due to their religion. If you're reading this, I question your integrity. This seems like a shock review meant to get this type of feedback and it took me a minute to decide whether or not to bite. Not liking the movie Is not the issue. Statements such as "it has become cliched to criticize these trite banalities as to make them" proves that you are not the right person to review this type of film or any genre close to it. Shame on Style for even allowing something like this. The only positive line that stands out in the article is the shout out to local talent, which is exciting for Mr Timberline. Nice name drop. I havent heard crap like this since a review of the Transformers, where the critic referred to the actions as "refrigerators bouncing off of each-other". The movie may not have been a testament to the art of storytelling, but to reduce all the excellent cg work to "refrigerators" is demeaning to the achievement of those that worked on the film and shows his lack of knowledge as far as the technology and where it stood at the time. You have made this same error with your comments toward the filmmakers and your readers. "But at least it's fun" right? You should be ashamed of this review and Style should hire someone with broader taste to do reviews. The times have passed you by.

Posted by Wil TsTi Johnson on 06/25/2013 at 11:46 AM

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