Skip to main content

Man of Steel Trailer 2 is Out, and It Rocks!

I'm not a fan of Superman! Well, that statement is already outdated as soon as I heard the news that Christopher Nolan's next project is the reboot of the DC Comics superhero franchise. Why the change of opinion, you may ask. Well, it's purely Nolan. Let me explain a bit about it by recalling some of Nolan's works.

Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy

Well, I'm not a fan of Batman too until I saw the movie The Dark Knight. It's all because of the buzz and the favorable write-ups about the spectacular performance of the late Heath Ledger playing the role of the Joker. After watching the movie though, I was convinced then that Batman is a great superhero.

Then, four years later comes The Dark Knight Rises. How can I describe it? Ummm...I guess the word "very good" is an understatement. It was one of the best superhero movies I have ever watched in my life.

Well, if you may ask about the first movie, Batman Begins, well, yes, it was a great movie as well. Actually, it was the last movie that I saw among the trilogy.


I guess you would agree that Inception was a great movie also. Well, it was great and it was different. It's unique among traditional science fiction movies. I can compare it to The Matrix movie in the sense that it introduced something new to the movie goers.

Nolan's Legacy and Superman 2013

The movies I mentioned above comprises what I termed as Nolan's Legacy of beautiful worth-your-money movies. What those movies have in common is their uniqueness. Well, Batman's character is nit unique but the Dark Knight trilogy story is. And the experience of watching those movies were common: it takes you out of your world and brings you right there where the scene is happening.So back to the introduction of this article, when I heard Nolan producing Superman, I had little doubts in my head as to what quality to expect.

The first Superman 2013 trailer was released last July. That alone already convinced me that my expectation will be fulfilled, even surpassed. And now, Superman 2013 also known as Man of Steel newest trailer is out. On seeing this trailer, it appears to me that six months is a century. The movie is due on June 2013 and I can't wait to see it on the big screen. Here's the trailer for your enjoyment.

About Man of Steel (Superman 2013)

Man of Steel tells the story of the origin of Superman. The story runs from his childhood until he became an adult. From the trailer, the movie has a dark and mature tone, certainly made more for adults than for kids. Typical to Nolan's movies, the film's superhero theme was mixed with contrasting principles. Will, Clark Kent continue to hide his true identity just what he was taught by his earthly parents or will he reveal himself as Superman and change the world as what his true father told him?

Henry Cavill plays Clark Kent (Superman), Amy Adams plays Lois Lane, Kevin Costner and Diane Lane plays Clark's earthly parents, Russel Crowe plays Jor-El, Clark's biological father. The movie is directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, Emma Thomas Charles Roven and Deborah Snyder. Warner Brothers will distribute the film.


Popular posts from this blog

4 Steps to Replace Stolen or Lost Passbook

My passbook (inside my bag) was recently stolen inside a local grocery store, and I would like to share the steps I took to secure my account and get a new passbook.      By User:Aerous ", CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link The steps outlined here are for a BPI savings account, but generally, the procedure will be very similar to other banks in the Philippines. 1. Call the Bank to Secure Your Account The first and most crucial step you need to do immediately is to contact your bank by phone or personally report it to the branch where you opened the account. This action will ensure that funds will stay put. The bank will lock the account immediately. The big banks have 24/7 hotlines. For BPI, it's 889-100. You have to do this step ASAP after discovering the loss. 2. Go to the Branch to Ask for a Replacement of the Passbook It can mean a simple replacement of the lost passbook, but it can also mean closing the entire account and opening a new one for security purposes. 3. Get an Affidav

SCAM: My First Scam Text This Year; 850000 Pesos from GMA Kapuso Foundation

It's a brand new year for everyone, including local scammers. And despite all the efforts by PLDT and Globe Telecom to curb text message scammers, from time to time, they still creep out and show up in our inboxes. And as hard to believe as the messages of winning some great amounts of money is the fact that there are still people who believe them. I personally know someone and that scam text message triggered events that turn her life upside down. So my point is, we still need to be careful regarding these scam messages. The danger is real! So without further ado, here's the scam message I received a few days ago. On Sunday, January 7, 2018 at exactly 3:33PM (PH time), I received this message from a certain Atty. Jhon Acosta with phone number 09552962911 Congratulations! Ursim# Hadwon PHP850,000 From(GMA KAPUSO FOUNDATION) To Claim Send Ur (NAME/ADD/AGE) &Call Me Now Im Atty;JHON ACOSTA DTI#0391s2018 Thankyou,  Do Not Ever Reply Obviously, this is a

Resigning? SSS Will Deduct Your Loan Balance from Your Last Pay

The purpose of this article is to inform the public about this policy of the Social Security System (SSS), the government-owned insurance company for those employed in the private sector. I just learned about this a few months ago when my company announced a workforce reduction program. Among the sad discussions is about this policy of SSS regarding loans in cases of resignation or retrenchment. Section G-2 of the SSS Loan Terms and Conditions (at the back of the loan application form) explicitly says the following: "The employer shall deduct the total balance of the loan from any benefit/s due to the employee and shall remit the same in full to SSS, in case the member-borrower is separated voluntarily (e.g., retirement or resignation) or involuntarily (e.g., termination of employment or cessation of operations of the company)." In other words, y ou will be required to pay the rest of your loan (including the interest) when you change employer or employment statu