The Screen Junkies Show: Hollywood Superman Reviews 'Man Of Steel' Trailer

Come for the review, stay for the sexual role play. Hollywood's most well-adjusted citizen reviews the 'Man of Steel' trailer. Come for the review, stay for the sexual role play. Special thanks to Christopher Dennis - the world renowned Hollywood Blvd. Superman and best reason to never try ChatRoulette.

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'Man Of Steel' Trailer Blasts Off

And demolishes everything in sight. In this first full-length trailer for the Christopher Nolan-produced, Zack Snyder-directed Man Of Steel, we get a glimpse of some of the events that have caused Superman to pull a Wolverine. In this look, we see a young Clark Kent use his powers to rescue a classmate, only to be warned that mankind won't accept him for his abilities. We also see Superman CRACK AND SPLINTER THE GROUND FROM THE FORCE OF TAKE-OFF. And that just leads us into all kinds of Metropolis getting the sh*t beat out of it. Well done.


How To Fix 'Man Of Steel 2'

If it's broke, fix it. As divisive as Zack Snyder's Man of Steel was, it might be time for the producers to re-evaluate the film and its context before getting busy with the sequel. Fortunately, they don't have to go it alone, as The Screen Junkies Show is here to help with suggestions from a very, very animated and impassioned gentleman, as well as one who is capable of remaining a little more composed. If the studio and production team follows these tips, Man of Steel 2 will be the greatest film since Soul Plane.


Screen Junkies Investigates: Is Johnny Knoxville Playing Full Retard In 'The Last Stand'?

They really shouldn't be giving him weapons. There's a new trailer for Arnold Schwarzenegger's The Last Stand that focuses more on the quirky, comedic aspects of the movie. More specifically, it focuses on Johnny Knoxville acting like a major tardball. It begs the question: is this character supposed to be a developmentally-disabled adult? Let's take a closer look. First of all, the guy's a fashion nightmare. Who wears a bathrobe outside of the home paired with pilot googles and a Trapper's hat? By Hollywood standards, that style of dress makes a character either mentally-handicapped or a quirky Asian. And we can all clearly see this character is not Asian because he does not show off any karate skills. Secondly, he makes whooping noises and sticks his tongue out a lot. He's essentially Arnie Grape with a flare gun. In which case, did Knoxville learn nothing from The Ringer? Not that there's anything wrong with a mentally-handicapped adult squaring off against a border-crossing psychopath. In fact, that's a movie I'd really like to see. I just wish they'd play up that aspect in the marketing so I'm not left guessing.