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Alter Egos (2012)

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At a time when superheroes have lost government funding and public support, a superhero meets a girl who can help him overcome his own emotional crisis.


Jordan Galland


Jordan Galland





Cast overview, first billed only:
Kris Lemche ... Fridge / Brendan
Brooke Nevin ... Claudel
Joey Kern ... C-Thru
Danny Masterson ... Jimmy
John Ventimiglia ... Shrink
Christine Evangelista ... Emily
Geneva Carr ... News Anchor
Carlos Velazquez ... Moon Dog
Marina Squerciati ... Dr. Sara Bella
Sean Lennon ... Electric Death
Daniel Sauli ... Sunburn
Paul Jones Paul Jones ... Sunburn's Friend
Vanessa Hope Vanessa Hope ... 3rd Grade Teacher
Mike Landry ... Paranormal Historian
Nelly Weiner Nelly Weiner ... Lucinda


Brendan, a.k.a. the instant ice-forming superhero Fridge, has become jealous of himself over his steady girlfriend Emily's preference for sleeping with posturing Fridge over whiny geek Brendan. Superhero buddy C-Thru would like Brendan to get it together, get out of his Fridge tights and have a good wash. With superheroes in public disfavor and government subsidizing being pulled, its a sad day when they have to haul in Shrink, the last known and captured supervillain. Waiting for nightfall when Shrink can be transported from their motel room, Brendan runs across Claudel, the motel manager who dislikes superheroes, and Jimmy, an embittered cop who can turn invisible for only a few seconds. As Brendan and Claudel start to connect, Brendan discovers a set-up that puts his future, freedom and good name in jeopardy. Written by statmanjeff

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Super heroes. Super problems.



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Rated R for drug use, brief sexuality, language and violence | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


In favour of doing the music for his earlier Videos on Youtube, Casey Neistat helped the director Jordan Galland with the Script. See more »


C-Thru: I wouldn't call it love. It's more like kryptonite for your balls.
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References A Clockwork Orange (1971) See more »


Mighty Mouse
Written by Philip A. Scheib and Marshall Barer
sung a capella by Danny Masterson
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it was okay but a little boring. Not a comedy.
25 May 2014 | by reaseltbimSee all my reviews

I think the movie had some interesting ideas, I liked that it dealt with secret identities, it dealt with friendship, and they even had a mystery in the story. I also liked all the actors in this.

Sadly the problem is that it takes too long to get going. I did not laugh once. I wish this was made as a serious movie and not a comedy because sometimes when it was dragging a lot it was because of the attempts at comedy. Seems like if you tried to take out the "funny" parts, the movie would only be half as long. They should have developed the characters more, or explore their back stories more as well, You don't really know anything about these guys.

They had an interesting concept and some pretty good ideas but that gets lost on the way. I don't understand why it says it is a comedy.

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Release Date:

20 November 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Alter Ego See more »

Filming Locations:

New York, USA


Box Office


$200,000 (estimated)
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