The Zack Snyder-helmed DC cinematic universe has confirmed terribly divisive. Many despise the director’s blue-tinted ultra-macho tackle the sequence, full of great males growling about dying gods; others, nicely, like all that blue dying-god shit. However we’re not right here to re-litigate the issues or virtues of Man Of Metal or Batman V Superman: Daybreak Of Justice and even Suicide Squad, which Snyder didn’t helm however nonetheless one way or the other contaminated, in his approach; we’re right here to dream of the ’90s, when fandoms have been monocultures and John Cusack was a viable starring candidate for an motion movie.
ChiefBrodyRules’ imagining of a mid-’90s Batman V Superman is charmingly convincing, all the best way all the way down to its VHS constancy, with scan-lines, inelegant “Prop. Of Warner Bros” stamp, and its fuzzy response to immediately’s bass-heavy soundtrack pulses. However the casting is the place the video actually shines, with Cusack as Superman, Bruce Willis as Batman, Jennifer Connelly as Lois Lane, a ’90s Gene Hackman nonetheless holding down Lex Luthor, and, in probably the most impressed casting, Denzel Washington as Commissioner Gordon. Its soundtrack would doubtless characteristic a Spin Medical doctors B-side in addition to a hovering Sting ballad that will prime the charts for months straight, as a result of that’s how issues labored again within the superb, halcyon, monocultural ’90s.
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