Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice [CCS Commentary Track]

[TO SYNC: Start playing the commentary the moment the WB logo disappears.]

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Have you had the (mis)fortune of watching Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice recently? If so, trust us: we know your pain.

Laugh (but mostly weep) along with LaughingMan, CineMax, and Katie B. as they attempt to make heads and tails of Zack Snyder and WB’s latest epic Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. A movie that attempts to do seventeen different things at once but only succeeds in making its viewers confused and miserable.

Aren’t you looking forward to the rest of the DC Cinematic Universe now, kids?!

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[NOTE: Right off the bat we’d like to apologize for the quality of CineMax’s audio. Audacity (the recording software we normally use) had inexplicably decided to switch microphones on him right as we began recording. And by the time we noticed the error, it was already to late to fix it. As a result, the audio is barely discernible during the first couple of minutes, but it gets noticeably better later down the line.]

LaughingMan

The loveable lunatic with the foul mouth and the iconic laugh, Laughingman is the founder of CCS. With more coffee than copper in his bloodstream, he's a full-time website developer by day, and a gamer, editor, and fiction writer by night.

CineMax

A subversive excommunicated from [REDACTED] as a result of a failed coup d'etat, CineMax has miraculously managed to reach and find asylum in the Land of the Free. Here he spends his days working for Cheshire Cat Studios, all the while plotting his inevitable return to the motherland to once again foment the flames of revolution.

Katie_B

Katie B is a professional Flash animator from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She loves Stoicism, birds, and convincing people that the only good Silent Hill games are 1-4.

One Comment on “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice [CCS Commentary Track]

  1. Laughingman’s idea for a Superman story would have made a good premise for Man of Steel 2 if Warner/DC had made that sequel instead of trying to do a Batman vs Superman movie right after the first movie. The idea of Superman becoming disillusioned with humanity and gives up on them but later regaining confidence in humanity when they unite to battle a cosmic threat would not only have been the next logical way the continue the character (in fact that probably would have been a better way to “rectify” Man of Steel) but would have possibly been the big cerebral “does there need to be a Superman?” movie that BvS was obviously trying to be. A Batman-Superman crossover could have waited til after.
    Also, Brainiac would have definitely been a good villain for that type of story.

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