Red, a safe cracker who has just been released from prison, is trying to hold his family together as his past catches up with him in the form of Luc, a psychopathic contract killer who's seeking revenge for the death of his brother.
Grace, an aspiring model, is thrilled to have fashion photographer Hunter Kelly help launch her career. But when the photo shoot becomes a kidnapping showing Hunter's true intentions to use... See full summary »
A group of broken souls attend a self-help seminar at a remote wooded retreat with a famous guru. In search of better lives, they must confront their deepest demons in the midst of their ... See full summary »
A bus transporting the inmates is flipped resulting in the felons escaping. In order to round up and once again incarcerate the criminals the cops form a special task force that needs to ... See full summary »
Following an accident in her scientist mother's laboratory with the new wonder fluid NT26D, which is designed to fight illnesses genetically, 12-year-old Sue - Ruby M. Lichtenberg, now has the unique ability to make herself invisible. So when Sue's mother is kidnapped right before her very eyes, she is just the girl for the job. Together with Kaya (Anna Shirin Habedank), a rather nerdy girl of the same age who could teach James Bond's Q a few things, and Tobi, who not only looks good and has the hots for her but can also do amazing things on his bicycle, Sue and her friends combine their strengths and talents to free her mother, unmask the conspiracy behind her disappearance and bring the truth to light.
A bad attempt by German filmakers to create a Nickelodeon type kiddie comic book hero
Good videography and pace with a modern appeal. A pleasant atmosphere on screen and for what it's worth maybe kids under the age of 9 may find some entertainment watching this but the science along with the storyline and scene scenarios make no sense and are honestly atrocious. Whether it's how she develops her powers or the reaction of her parents when they find out or the solution to solve it everything is phony or extra lame. It also didn't help trying to plagiarize Marvels intro at the beginning of flipping through the comic book pictures of heroes in their collection. I do however like the lead actress she seems talented and genuinely adorable along with her co-stars but my 12yo daughter wasn't amused in the slightest so I wouldn't recommend this for any kids around that age.
7 of 18 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this