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Old 06-18-2019, 09:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Chronos View Post
As far as a story goes, yes. We don't read stories in order to understand how physics works. We read stories to understand how people work. A Superman story isn't by any remote stretch an accurate depiction of physics, but it is (or at least, should be) an accurate depiction of how people interact.
The people I know would be totally freaked out by a guy flying around in his underwear. And they would be doubly freaked out if laserbeams shot out of his eyes. In the world I inhabit, Superman would be portrayed as a demonic atheist homosexual attention whore by at least half the populace. So if Superman is all about how "people work", it fails spectacularly.

I don't indulge in super hero movies to find out how "people work". I indulge in this genre to escape reality all together. The drama genre provides much better examples of how "people work" than Superman movies. There are no laserbeam eyes in movies like "Terms of Endearment", as far as I know.

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