After visiting his old high school in Brooklyn, New York, billionaire Victor Van Doom announces that three of its students - 17 year-old Reed Richards and 18 year-old twins Johnny & Suzanne 'Sue' Storm are to accompany him and seasoned astronaut, Colonel Ben Grimm, to his space station. Richards is chosen for his scientific know-how, which is close to genius level, whilst the Storm siblings have been selected for their athletic ability, making them potential future NASA astronauts. After a fortnight's training, the three high-school students journey to Doom's space station. They are only there for an hour, when a ...
An idea for a solo Batman movie in the DCCU: After some clues and speculations from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer, what if the next solo Batman movie be about the Red Hood story. MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, some disturbing thematic material and language
An adaptation of the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel, and the Broadway musical of the same name, that tells the story of Alison Bechdel in her childhood, teenage years and as an adult, working as a cartoonist. Throughout the film, the film also tells the story of Bechdel's father Bruce and her mother. Both Alison and her father struggle to come to terms with the fact that they are both gay.
Two teenage runaways, Tyrone "Ty" Johnson and Tandy Bowen, are kidnapped and forced to take experimental drugs. The only survivors, Ty and Tandy develop superpowers as a result: He can engulf people in darkness, she can emit daggers of light. They become vigilantes known as Cloak and Dagger, and begin taking down drug dealers and helping runaway children.
Taking place in Civic City, boy scientist Buzz Conroy and his father Professor Conroy fight supervillains with the aid of a powerful heroic robot named Frankenstein Jr. They team up with a trio of superheroes (Multi Man, Fluid Man, and Coil Man) who pose undercover as a Beatlesesque rock music band. The characters' names are descriptive of their powers: Multi-Man can create identical copies of himself; Coil-Man can form into a super-springy coil; and Fluid-Man can transform his body into any fluid. The heroes go by the name "The Impossibles".
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