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  1. I kept saying that while watching it–that whole segment’s really hilarious! Nevertheless, I love ALL the Superman movies, no matter how cheesy some moments may be. And the blond guy in this one is pretty and barely dressed.

    (P.S. A person wouldn’t necessarily die right away when plunged into “space”–it would probably take a little time, like a minute or two, and before then, if the person is given oxygen, there might not be any permanent efects from the sudden depressurization–the body would eventually return to normal pressures and the organs would probably be okay [this has actually happened before]. But if I remember correctly, that scene with MH is like at least ten-minutes long, and I don’t remember her struggling to breathe. Though isn’t she attached to Superman and/or the nemesis at certain points? I think the implication has always been that if a human’s attached to Superman and his kind, breathing and other things are norma: in the first movie remember how Superman flies fast for a long time in and above the clouds with Lois? He held onto her; her breathing didn’t seem distressed in any way then either.)

  2. Ugghhh, typos–I’m reposting. Read this one!

    I kept saying that while watching it–that whole segment’s really hilarious! Nevertheless, I love ALL the Superman movies, no matter how cheesy some moments may be. And the blond guy in this one is pretty and barely dressed.

    (P.S. A person wouldn’t necessarily die right away when plunged into “space”–it would probably take a little time, like a minute or two, and before then, if the person were given oxygen, there might not be any permanent effects from the sudden depressurization–the body would eventually return to normal pressures and the organs would probably be okay [this has actually happened before]. But if I remember correctly, that scene with MH is like at least ten-minutes long, and I don’t remember her struggling to breathe. Though isn’t she attached to Superman and/or the nemesis at certain points? I think the implication has always been that if a human’s attached to Superman and his kind, breathing and other things are normal: in the first movie remember how Superman flies fast for a long time in and above the clouds with Lois? He held onto her; her breathing didn’t seem distressed in any way then either.)

  3. OK, I want the 2 minutes of my life that are gone before I bailed on this turkey.

    This was from SUPERMAN IV, right? The one I’ve consistently refused to watch.

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