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"All Superheroes Must Die" (aka "VS") is a much needed refreshment in the superhero genre. Tired of colorful mutants and goody two shoes superheroes? Then "All Superheroes Must Die" is the movie for you. And it was nice to see a movie where the superheroes are not automatically saviors of each situation and emerge victorious from every single situation.
A good storyline, albeit simplistic at times. But it was entertaining, which is what movies should be. The characters were ones you could relate to. And the fact that their powers were stripped away and that they are in over their heads just added a lot of flavor to the movie.
The cast were doing good jobs with their given roles, especially Jason Trost (playing Charge) and Sean Whalen (playing Manpower). And having James Remar (playing Rickshaw) as the villain just added a good element to the movie, as he is always a delight to see in a movie.
I was genuinely surprised with this movie, and for us who are fed up with the stereotypical and I-can-save-the-world-no-matter-what-you-throw-against-me type of superhero movies, then "All Superheroes Must Die" is a must watch.
An enjoyable movie from beginning to the end.
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