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I don't know why so many people thought this was a horrible movie. I agree it's not a masterpiece, far from that, but I didn't expect it to be a hidden gem. All I wanted is a bit of entertainment, a bit of thrilling and mystery, and that's exactly what I got. It's one of those movies you keep guessing who the vilain is, one of those movies where you have different theories in your head but it's still guessing. Some reviewers wrote about the editing of Val Kilmers lines. I didn't pay attention to it as I watch all movies subtitled so it didn't bother me, but I can get that it must be annoying once you spotted it. I thought the cast wasn't bad, I saw much worse, but it wasn't mindblowing either. To me The Super was good enough because there were some twists, some mystery, a decent story, and a bit of blood spilling, all ingredients that made it worth watching once.
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