|One of the prime methods of "dumbing" down America and getting people to side with them on issues is to focus on the "emotional" element, rather than the logical and rational element (hence the introduction of Common Core into the education system). What I think we will see is, just like in Frozen which also emphasized the emotional over the rational, is Dracula making decisions based on how he feels, rather than what he thinks (I mean, who would drink anything that creepy guy gave them? No one, no one in their right mind, but liberals would!). Who on earth would do what this guy told them because of where he lives and how he looks AND, if that wasn't enough, after telling you, "Your salvation is in the darkness," (0:30-0:33 int he trailer) which is exactly where liberals go for their salvation (abortion, homosexuality, denying God, socialism, the destruction of the family and the destruction of gender identity, etc.)? "Salvation" is the opposite of "darkness," but only a liberal would embrace sin and think it virtue. On a different note, Dracula has a young son; we know that children symbolize the future, and males symbolize the economy because men are the active principle whereas women are the passive principle, so Dracula protecting his son is like Obama protecting his "future economy" and the investment he has made in socialism and sharia law whereas Dracula's wife would be a symbol of America that he is fighting to keep (if you believe that Obama honestly won the elections). In other words, Obama has to fully become a tyrant and monster in order to keep the "reforms," "hope" and "change" he has forced upon America, because there is an army coming that is going to try and take that away from him. On an important side note, the nosferatu guy in the trailer that Dracula gets his power from is, according to production notes, based on the Roman Emperor Caligula, who was a tyrant, murderer, madman and sadist that brought ruin and famine to Rome. Caligula, who was assassinated in real life, has turned into a vampire--because that's what leaders who do that kind of thing are, blood-suckers--and Caligula offers vampirism to Dracula. Yea, liberals are so smart.|
"About Superman and Batman: the former is how America views itself, the latter, darker character is how the rest of the world views America."
The Dawn of Justice movie will be a clashing, then integrating of the two identities, making it an extremely cathartic film for people.
There will probably be a moment of identity crisis for the male heroes where Wonder Woman will have the most important role of reminding Superman and Batman of the spirit behind America, that formed America.
I have never thought of Superman and Batman in those terms before. Even if Batman is a "darker" hero than Superman, both heroes rise to the occasions in which they find themselves and accept that they must be converted into better people, better heroes, to overcome their enemies, rather than become monsters.
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P.S.--Again, I apologize for the excessively long delay in-between posts; thank you so much for continuing to check in! This week will still be busy, but I hope to have a bit more time to get things up!