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I just finished the movie, and I must say that I enjoyed it. It's not the greatest movie in the world, by any means, but it kept my interest.
I enjoyed the slow reveal, but I do wish there had been a clearer explanation of their various powers... for example, I never understood what The Wall's abilities were.
If you enjoy character-driven comics, and don't expect "The Avengers" on a $20,000 budget, then you might like it as well. I thought the costumes were well done, and the interaction between the characters was handled very well.
I also think that Lucas Till, as Cutthroat, and Sophie Merkley, as Shadow, could play roles as superheroes in any other movie. They definitely looked the part.
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