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Confessions of a Superhero (2007)

Chronicles the lives of four mortal men and women who work as characters on the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard.


Matthew Ogens (as Matt Ogens)
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Credited cast:
Christopher Lloyd Dennis Christopher Lloyd Dennis ... Self - Superman
Maxwell Allen Maxwell Allen ... Self - Batman (as Maximus Allen)
Jennifer Wenger ... Self - Wonder Woman (as Jennifer Gehrt)
Joe McQueen Joe McQueen ... Self - The Hulk
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sandra Lee Allen Sandra Lee Allen ... Self - Batman's wife (as Sandra)
Antonio Banderas ... Self
Marc Brown Marc Brown ... Self (archive footage)
Adam Carolla ... Self (archive footage)
Frank Dennis Frank Dennis ... Self - Sandy Dennis' Brother
Pam Dennis Pam Dennis ... Self - Sandy Dennis' Niece
Sandy Dennis ... Self (archive footage)
Chris Gehrt Chris Gehrt ... Self - Wonder Woman's Husband (as Chris)
Mark Goulston Mark Goulston ... Self - Psychiatrist (as Dr. Mark Goulston)
Johnny Grant ... Self - Honorary Mayor of Hollywood
Leron Gubler Leron Gubler ... Self - Hollywood Chamber of Commerce


"Confessions of a Superhero" chronicles the lives of four mortal men and women who work as characters on the sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard. This feature length documentary explores the fascination, obsession, and allure of fame through the eyes of these very unique people struggling to make it in Tinseltown. Written by Anonymous

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CONFESSIONS OF A SUPERHERO explores the fascination, obsession and allure of fame through the eyes of some very unique people struggling to make it in Tinseltown.



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Rated R for some language | See all certifications »

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References Superman Returns (2006) See more »


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Overrated, decent but still overrated
30 March 2009 | by AClockworkOrangeBoxSee all my reviews

I wanted to know why this had such high praise and after watching it online just now I am still wondering that. Some of the positive include a unique subject matter, sort of interesting profiles, and a good budget that showed with the quality of production.

I still couldn't help but feel like this might have been better served as a short film, as opposed to it's feature length.

The lives our "superheroes" live are sad, and while some aspects are interesting I didn't find them endearing or terribly entertaining. They were also not particularly inspiring, like the director might have intended them to be. I found myself looking at the clock waiting for it to end.

While I appreciate the effort I think this runs flat and would have enjoyed a more complex theme attached to the story.

If you enjoy documentaries and want something different keep looking. Between Amazon, Snagfilms, Hulu.com, and Netflix you will be able to find much better documentaries that profile the stranger side of life. Would have been much better served as a short film.

6 out of 10

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Release Date:

2 November 2007 (USA) See more »

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Признания cупергероя See more »


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$250,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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