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Thursday
Jul182013

How it Should Have Ended: 'Man of Steel' Gets a Better Ending

Man of Steel was pretty awesome.  And while there are many who feel that way, the movie does have its critics.  Which side of the fence are you on?  Are you all in with Zach Snyder and gang?  Or did you feel the movie was maybe a bit too long?  Or perhaps the ending was too over the top?  Or maybe, you may feel that Batman needed to be in the movie?  Well for all those in the latter categories I present the following video: Man of Steel- How it should’ve ended.

Psst…stick around after the credits…Justice League…what?

The video comes from the website Howitshouldhaveended.com and I highly recommend that you check it out.   And while this video is pretty funny ( I especially like the Swingers style end with Batman and Superman), they have other videos for Iron Man 3, Fast 6 and The Dark Knight Rises to name a few.

So back to Man of Steel, do you want to see Snyder continue on with the franchise?  Do you feel comfortable with him behind the camera for the Justice League movie?   That last one is still just a rumor but after seeing MOS, I’m completely ok with him moving forward with both.  And for a guy who was a huge critic of Snyder, that’s saying a lot.  But only time will tell, Justice League may still never see the light of day, which I’d be okay with that scenario.  But Man of Steel 2, that’s pretty much a certainty. 

Bring on Lex Luthor boys…

 

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