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Super (2011)

Director(s): James Gunn

Theatrical Release: 2011

Cast: Rainn Wilson, Ellen Page, Liv Tyler, Kevin Bacon, Michael Rooker, Andre Royo

Genre(s): Comedy, psychological, Dean's List

Countries: , USA


Location in store: Hollywood > Comedy

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Running Time: 96m.

An average guy reacts to the frustration of losing his wife by adopting a crime-fighting persona known as The Crimson Bolt, and targeting any criminal who crosses his path - no matter how minor their infraction may be. Frank (Rainn Wilson) was married to a former drug addict (Liv Tyler), and he loved her with all his heart. But when Frank's troubled wife ran away with charismatic drug dealer Jacques (Kevin Bacon), the loss was just too much for the mild-mannered husband to take. Subsequently transforming himself into The Crimson Belt, Frank reasons that if he can take down Jacques along with the rest of the city's scum, his beloved wife will soon come running back. With his homemade suit and his handy pipe wrench, Frank goes to work cleaning up the streets and starts making headlines. But just as The Crimson Belt becomes the talk of the town, sociopathic comic store clerk Libby (Ellen Page) reinvents herself as Boltie, and makes a play to become the controversial street hero's trusted sidekick. Perhaps by working together, The Crimson Bolt and Boltie can make an example of Jacques, and keep the streets safe for average citizens. (allrovi.com)

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DVD Special Features:

! Trailer & TV spot

! Deleted Scenes

! Behind theScenes

! Making of The Main Titles

! "How to Fight Crime" featurette

! Commentary with James Gunn and Rainn Wilson
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