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Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
Find this film and watch it. It is not your typical Hero movie.
Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
easily one of my favorite dark comedies.
Michael Cole almost 5 years ago
Slow at times, but a good dark comedy.
Anthony Kozlowski 6 years ago
A dark comedy that's heavy on the dark and light on the comedy. Not as good as Kick-Ass.
Grant davies 6 years ago
Zach Sly over 6 years ago
Kick-Ass's weird uncle. A bit much, but that's the point. Shut up crime!
Tyler Langan over 6 years ago
Kick Ass meets weird Kick Ass. Shut up crime!
Gabriella Farinelli over 6 years ago
Not as good as Kick-Ass, a lot more gory/twisted but it is funny and i liked Ellen Page.
Sydney Shaw over 6 years ago
I tried to watch this and like it.. sadly I failed.
David Rose almost 7 years ago
What Kick Ass wanted to be.
Joshua Trigg almost 7 years ago
A dark, twisted, but hugely entertaining and original take on a super hero story.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
Only watchable because of Ellen Page's sexiness. A way worse version of Kick-Ass.
Aeron Allen over 7 years ago
Unfortunately it lacks drama, but there are a few redeeming qualities. A Mediocre Indie.
Darcy Laycock over 7 years ago
Very much not what I was expecting - not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing.
Ben Dauphinee 11 months ago
Luis Uribe 2 years ago
Annalisa Schettino over 2 years ago
lane soward over 2 years ago
Dan over 2 years ago
Matt Campbell almost 3 years ago
Super is a 2010 American dark comedy written and directed by James Gunn, starring Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Liv Tyler, and Kevin Bacon. The film premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and was released in theaters in the United States on April 1, 2011 and on Video on demand on April 13, 2011. The film was released unrated in U.S. theaters, and later received an R rating for its DVD/Blu-ray release. The film opens with short-order cook Frank D'Arbo (Rainn Wilson) telling the audience of the only two good memories he's had in a life of disappointment: marrying his beautiful wife Sarah (Liv Tyler), and an incident in which he directed a police officer to catch a purse snatcher. Frank immortalizes these two events in a pair of crayon drawings he hangs on his wall for inspiration. Later on, Sarah, a recovering addict, leaves Frank for Jacques (Kevin Bacon), a charismatic strip club owner who gets her hooked on drugs. Frank sinks into depression, where he has a vision in...
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