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DVD box typically hails pornographer Axel Braun as "legendary" but actual viewing of his horrible videos consistently shows him up as an utter hack, especially this badly cast, poorly executed ripoff of DC Comics/Warner Brothers content. e
IMDb lists another hack involved in the louosy screenplay, AVN grad Bryn Pryor but he gets no screen credit. As usual, the dull scenes have a pointless story designed to mix and match the familiar characters from the Batman and Superman comic books, with motivations and other niceties unconvincing throughout.
Both superheroes are outlaws, thanks to the machinations of Derrick Pierce as a most unlikely President Lex Luthor. I didn't buy the romantic entanglements for a moment, but supposedly Batman has taken up with Lois Lane while Superman is in exile on the planet Almaranth, where Queen Maxima, overplayed by Britney Amber with fake-fake red hair instead of her usual okay red hair, is hot for Supe. She does wangle a blow job for him in the opening sex scene, poorly photographed by Axel.
Lois personified unconvincingy by lesbian icon Celeste Star (who has no sex scene in this movie) is in bondage, held by arch-villain The Joker, a boring interpretation that somehow tries to steal both from Cesar Romero's great '60s TV version and the late Heath Ledger's award-winning feature persona. He's played by Stormy Daniels' husband Brendon Miller, in one of his rare appearances not working for his wife but still within the Wicked Pictures orbit.
Low-budget look has weak SPFX and only one action scene, a big fight by Batman (Giovanni Francesco taking a vacation from his transsexual video roles and hiding behind the masked costume) and many bad guys that is very badly staged.
Another miscasting showing the lack of imagination of the filmmakers has Alison Tyler as Wonder Woman, getting a finale threesome with the caped crusaders. She's an Amazonian built actress and adequate representation of the original Lynda Carter model for the role, but wholly retro and inappropriate given mainstream's subsequent smart adoption of a more contemporary look personified by Gal Gadot.
Other sex performers including tattooed lady Kleio Valentien, inadequate as Harley Quinn (see Riley Reid or others as much better versions in porn terms), Carter Cruise's lousy version of Supergirl and another (besides Cruise) Braun contract girl Aiden Ashley as a nondescript Catwoman. Uncredited is a pointless cameo by Lesbian filmmaker Lily Cade as Carey, a fan of Batman's.
These Braun parody videos are packaged as 2-DVD specials, to extract more money from the hapless consumer. Second DVD features a useless 31-minutes long NonSex version of the movie, but was useful for a change in its inclusion within the half-hour BTS short subject a parade of naked ladies (plus one clothed guy) auditioning for roles but not chosen. I have added them to the DVD's cast list, annotated as only appearing in the BTS, and among them are far more suitable performers to those Braun hired, including tall Rilynn Rae, Mercedes Carrera, busty Alyssa Lynn and sexy Katrina Jade.
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