Monday, April 21, 2014

Just For The Hell Of It Mondays 4/21/14

Okay so we're on week 3 of the April themed Just For The Hell Of It Mondays, "How Bad We Had It In The 90's".  First week we took a look at the live action Flash TV show, and man was it over acted, wanna be Burton, and just plain silly.  Last week we saw The Adventures of Superboy and that had Lex Luger as the new Superboy, so nuff said.  I've said it every week this month but I'll do it another time just to nail it in the skulls of those of you who don't know because you've only lived in a world where live action super heroes have always been badass.  Shit was really rough in the 90's, hell we even have a Batman movie that's known as that which shall never be named.  So about this week's clip, I have for you a fight between Superman and a government agent Jason Trask, from Lois and Clark The New Adventures of Superman.  Let's check it out.

What we have here is bad acting at it's finest.  You know what I mean where something is so bad it's good.  Now I watched this show in the 90's and at the time I was so Superman starved that I sat there every week and enjoyed it.  But here I am in the second decade of the new millennium, and I'm tired of living a lie.  Nostalgia can only take you so far, so here I am standing strong saying "Man this show is awful".  Bad acting, ridiculous looking props, and how long is Superman going to be affected by this Kryptonite, he should be all Suped up in the middle of his de-powered fist fight.  Oh and I want to make sure we're all clear here.  Superman let that dude die.  I know it, now I've got you thinking it, he let that dude die just to keep his secret.  That's a bad Superman.  So that's it for now as we conclude this week's "How Bad We Had It In The 90's" Just For The Hell Of It Mondays.  Damn that's a long title.  You all might have fond memories of super heroes in the television medium of the 90's, but stop, take a deep breath, and stop lying to yourself.  It's not your fault and you don't have to be silent about it anymore.  See you in seven.  Boosh!

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