Reports have shown up across the globe of massive prison breaks with every criminal, terrorist and even the last of the Necrodrakes forming a powerful army, these breaks and the formation of the army are orchestrated by a mysterious, deadly and powerful black masked figure known only as the Dark Inquisitor, who turns out to be the head agent for the international terrorist organisation CHIMERA. He informs the world that he is creating a powerful army to find the whereabouts of two former Power Crew members: time jumper John Hawke and vampire Hildred Weekes, and to use their powers to help CHIMERA in their destructive deeds. The Power Crew now has one priority, to find John and Hildred before CHIMERA does and get their help to fight back.
MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for extended and intense sequences of violence, action and mayhem, and for disturbing content, thematic elements and some sensuality.
(Side note: The tone of this movie will be more darker and more intense than any other Power Crew movie so far, this movie will feel like this could be the end of this new generation of the Power Crew.)
Story Details (Spoilers!):
- The Power Crew's reaction to John and Hildred's return varies with each character: Bret, Mathilda and Wesley react indifferently, Liam totally geeks out on them, Derren and Alice welcome back them with open arms, the Ice Breakers have no idea who the hell they are and Charlie just formally introduces himself.
The Dark Inquisitor is revealed be a persona worn by two people, and the identity of these two people are… *drumroll* …John's biological father Leland Reese and Hildred's father Martie Weekes! Both were believed to be dead but were captured, brainwashed, manipulated and genetically modified to be the head agents for CHIMERA, and there are convinced that they are the same person. Essentially, they're a mixture of Darth Vader and the Winter Soldier.
- Lady Chimera is revealed to be a former Swedish princess from the 18th Century who has a condition in which when she turned 30, her cells stopped aging allowing her to stay young and live forever, though she isn't exactly immortal.
(Conclusion: (spoiler alert!)
CHIMERA has almost successfully taken control of Earth, prompting the Power Crew make a last stand to take back the Earth, John and Hildred decide to go to the source of CHIMERA to try and bring their fathers back to take down Lady Chimera while the rest of the Power Crew and agents of Core Prime will fend off CHIMERA's army. After a big fight, Leland and Martie are brought back and they sacrifice themselves to bring down CHIMERA for good, but after saying their final goodbyes to John and Hildred. After the Power Crew emerge victorious, Craig Mitchell offers John and Hildred a chance to come back to the Power Crew and Core Prime will protect their family, but John says that they can't and explains why, the two wish the Power Crew all the luck in the universe and they disappear in time with their daughter Melena in peace . P.S: There will not be a post-credits scene.)
John Hawke - A young outcast with the ability to teleport through time, and a former member of the Power Crew.
Hildred Weekes - A female vampire who used to pilot a giant robot built by her father, John's romantic partner and the former member and co-founder of the Power Crew.
Bret Moses Carter - A young fugitive with anger issues who possess the soul of an ancient guardian known as “The Emerald Eye”, and possesses superhuman strength and enhanced senses.
Liam McKenna - A geeky and unpopular teenage comic book and Power Crew fan who gains the powers of six classic superheroes from the late ‘30s and the early ’40s.
Derren Crest/Dark Shield - A slacker daydreamer turned superhero with invulnerability and explosive melee.
Alice - A beautiful but no nonsense and powerful Storm Angel who takes on the identity of former model Elizabeth Marshall.
Mathilda Aylmer - A troubled yet cocky young woman whose family is part of a centuries old monster hunting clan.
Wesley Sorthed - A psychologically damaged yet intelligent archaeologist who gains extraordinary yet malevolent powers after coming into contact a mysterious black substance.
Cody Hayes - A young and hot-headed thrill seeking adventurer/explorer and the leader of the Ice Breakers, who has the ability to control and emit powerful bolts of blue electricity.
Kacey Booker - An investigative photojournalist and Cody's ex-girlfriend, who has the ability to turn anything into ice.
Megan Booker - Kacey's troubled and reckless sister, who has the ability of pyrokinesis.
Alan Eckbert - The silent muscle of the Ice Breakers who transformed into an 8 foot tall super strong yeti.
Charlie Montgomery - An introverted loner who dons the identity of Dark Hawk. He has the abilities of flight, enhanced strength and enhanced combat abilities.
Craig Mitchell - A former government supervisor of Time Jumper activity turned founder and director of the top secret government organization Core Prime.
Leland Reese - Former well respected government scientist turned world's first time jumper, John's biological father and the one of the two people who wear the Dark Inquisitor persona.
Martie Weekes - Hildred's scientist father who built her giant robot, and one of the two people who wear the Dark Inquisitor persona.
Lady Chimera - The mysterious and sinister leader of CHIMERA.
Melena Hawke-Weekes - A half-human half-vampire time jumper who is John and Hildred's daughter.
Jonathan Ferrell - A very successful corporate lawyer who as done dealings with CHIMERA.
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