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We agreed that the first one who use his powers pays the other 20 bucks.
I should have let him crack you in the back of the head?
You know your lucky I'm a man of my word.
[hands over $20 as he shocks Jesse]
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The special effects were good for their time. So were the characters. Interesting plot line but crappy dialog at times. Not until Heroes came along did I realize something was missing from Mutant X. Good directing! There's a distinctly cheap feeling to it at times, with backgrounds that really disappoint, and scenes added just to make the minutes.
You'll be finding yourself saying "come on come on...get to scene where they use their powers" or counting how many times they show them getting out of a car in that particular episode.
You'll like it if you're a fan of the genre. Still a nice watch if you're not.
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