A bunch of superheroes aren't so super.
A highly-virulent weaponized virus breaks containment and wreaks havoc.
It starts strong then goes downhill into some odd religious stuff. Generally terrible later on. Worth watching if you're into this genre.
A cop is saved from death but brought into a supernatural police department.
A fair movie. It has some fairly amusing moments but is overall an engaging bubblegum movie.
- aka R.I.P.D.: Rest in Peace Department
See also Men in Black - (1997 movie)
Some sort of school for not-superheroes is heroic, but one of them becomes less heroic, requiring HERoism.
aka X-Men: Dark Phoenix
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An elite enemy group infiltrates the presidency of the United States, and initiates a plan to force the world into disarmament and submission.
A standard American action movie™ of no note.
- Properly titled G.I. Joe: Retaliation
- Based on the G.I. Joe toy / cartoon franchise.
- In association with Hasbro.
Continues from G.I. Joe - The Rise of Cobra - (2009 movie)
An unlikely time-traveler reappears to help defeat a warlord who had unmade half the population of Earth five years ago.
A dying wizard impacts his power ring to a new green lantern to a random kid, to stop the seven deadly sins.
Survivors of an unknown plague hide in a bunker.
Something about alien technology being invented on Earth for some reason, and when an engine is shot it somehow makes a SuPerHERo, and something about the tesseract which I think was the invention but isn't it a power stone?
It's awesome. It must be awesome, because anyone who doesn't think it's awesome hates women. So I'm told. No really, all the movie people and reviewers and media all say that. Well ahead of time. As if they knew it wouldn't be a good movie ahead of time and wanted an excuse for all the "troll reviews".
aka Captainelle Marvelette, the SuPerHERo flim.
A child, with a big imagination and interested in history, has a fanciful dream.
A wild ride of a movie that's totally immersed in the 1980s style.