|“Again, Clark? Seriously, we need to put some
Kryptonian Lojack on them or something.”
1. There’s homage and then there’s just ripoff, but even then, Chloe’s Matrix powers look pretty cool in action and I totally wish I was able to do all of that stuff because whenever I try, someone gets hurt. Usually me.
2. Give Chloe some credit. She’s not afraid to get her hands dirty, teaming up with Rick Flagg and his team to rescue Clark and the others.
3. The team up to rescue Clark consisting of Flagg (Ted Whittall), Black Canary, Chloe, Green Arrow (Justin Hartley), and Deadshot (Bradley Stryker) is filled with some fantastic moments, best of all Deadshot shooting two bullets from behind Chloe that just grazed either side of her neck to take out two guys in front of her. Sweet.
It’s a good thing Chloe has these powers in the Matrix because
she never was very good at ducking when things like this happen…
1. Chloe plays a bit of Neo and a bit of Morpheus, but looks like a bit of Trinity only in white, and it seems the writers came to a point where they were like, “Well, what now? Hey, anyone ever hear of The Matrix? It’s not that popular a movie, I’m sure no one will notice us completely ripping off various elements.”
2. Just once, you’d think the government would learn to stop doing these overly elaborate schemes to get to the heroes. They never work. It’s like everything they do is a big game of Mouse Trap.
3. Once more, in an alternate world, or dream, or under the influence of some multicolored Kryptonite, Clark can fly under his own power, but still not in the real world. Come on already, Kent. Get with it.
“Clark, this is wonderful. Do you think you can stop being such a
pussy when we get out of this trap?”