Journalist Michael Ames is at his wit's end, he's going through a harsh divorce and he has a tendency to throw himself into opportunities without thinking twice, and as a result is accused of selling false information. In an effort to turn his life around, he is given the task of interviewing grouchy retired superhero Clifford Hart, publicly known as Power-Man, who not only tells Michael his life story but also reveals the dark hidden secrets about the ideals of superheroes and supervillains.
MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong language including some sexual references, violent content and drug abuse.
(Taking elements from Birdman, The Dark Knight Returns and Watchmen, this movie is a satire of how the media from both the past and present perceives the ideas of superheroism to the public.)
Alex Huttington - playboy son of Harrison Huttington and the heir to his corporate empire.
Harrison Huttington - father of Alex Huttington and Clifford's former corporate spokesman.
Chad Broker/Power-Lad - Clifford's former kid sidekick.
Lillian Ames - Michael's stressful estranged wife.
Charlotte and Vanessa Ames - Michael's daughters.
Joshua Arke - Internal Affairs officer and Lillian's new boyfriend.
Benjamin Carlson/Black Dawn - Clifford's former “arch nemesis”.
Mason Roarke - Carlson's corporate spokesman.
Ed Flag - Michael's editor.
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