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Since “Martha” is who she Eric Cantona Kung Fu Ugly Christmas Shirt be from Batman’s POV. If my dying words were a plea to save my mom I might say her name too. “My Mom” can be anyone. “Stacy Baumgartner” is in the phone book. The line’s wording that kicks off the whole “why did you say that name?!?!” routine 99.99999999% of people would say “my mom”. (It also might be a pronoun game with “him” that’s a whole other bit of movie stupidity we’ll mostly ignore. The fact that he says “Save Martha” is weird, but I actually liked the moment. It humanizes Clark in Bruce’s mind. So, the moment goes from a man killing a god to a man killing another man and thus taking a child from his mother. That would be the last thing Bruce would want to do, considering his backstory. I just feel like the idea wasn’t properly executed.