Wednesday, June 01, 2005

The Storyboard Treatment: Superheroes

He's Superman, she's Spiderwoman. They're caucasian. He's way too happy. She doesn't need a mask and her costume is stretched to the limits around her hips. It is a match made in heaven: DC's Superman and Marvel's Spiderwoman (if she truly exists) are dancing together. Dancing like they've fallen in love and have run away from home. Dancing with joy, vigour and around a tree. They've fallen in love, so who needs to save the world; love will save the day. So they dance and dance and dance while their friends (the justice league? The X-Men?) prance around in the background. But wait, is that Clark Kent? A bird? A plane? No, it's Govinda. And the other unmasked menace (where's Jonah Jameson when you really want to tip him off?) is Kimi Katkar.

Just how was this song part of a movie?

3 comments:

avinash said...

At the end of the song, spiderwoman hugs a tree trunk passionately and kisses the trunk, thus sending Invisible Man into unexpected ecstasy.

Rahul said...

I can't tell if you're serious. The song's that bad.

Jabberwock said...

Ooh, that's a lovely memory. 1989, if the memory serves. Great year. I think they were fantasizing because they were both locked up in a supermarket or something such.