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      Released Jan 4, 2013 1h 20m Action Mystery & Thriller List
      Reviews 24% Audience Score 250+ Ratings An archenemy forces four young superheroes to complete a set of deadly challenges, or else innocent lives will be forfeit. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Simon Foster Screen-Space Constantly struggling to match the promise of its premise, writer/director/star Jason Trost becomes mired in his own cyclical construct in the offbeat but underwhelming All Superheroes Must Die. Mar 10, 2013 Full Review Peter Canavese Groucho Reviews Written in four days and shot in fifteen, this homegrown indie shows its seams...in cinematic terms, it's pretty weak sauce. Rated: 1.5/4 Feb 7, 2013 Full Review Brian Orndorf Blu-ray.com A DOA effort that's severely flawed and poorly executed, attempting to find a dark, personal side of crime fighting and its foundation of courage with a lunch-money budget. Rated: D Jan 10, 2013 Full Review Matt Donato We Got This Covered I want to see Trost re-visit All Superheroes Must Die with a much bigger budget someday, because I know he can deliver something tenfold better given the proper funding such an idea deserves. Rated: 3/10 Jan 10, 2013 Full Review Read all reviews

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      roberto c Muy buen planteo, una cuantas ideas interesantes y alguna que otra resolución genial. Un lástima que dentro de un genero tan mediocre como el cine de súper heroes quede ninguneado por las "mega producciones" genéricas... Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member What if you combined a superhero movie with Saw? Well, this would be it. Directed, written and produced by Jason Trost, who made The FP and also stars in this movie as Charge, this movie finds him, Cutthroat (Lucas Till, who was Havok in X-Men: First Class and MacGyver in the reboot of the series), The Wall (Lee Valmassy) and Shadow (Sophie Merkley) waking up in an abandoned town, their powers gone and facing their arch foe Rickshaw (James Remar, always amazing) in the kind of death trap Arcade used to put the X-Men through. This is probably as close as we'll get to a Brat Pack movie. I kind of liked way more than most reviews I've seen, as I liked the end of the superteam dynamics of the film, the way we learn about the heroes dynamics and origins through the actions and how Charge must continually make tough choices. Did you read stuff like Grips and Aircel comics in the 90s? Or the post-Image grim and gritty comics made by comics fans that did one comic and never another one again? Do you like Stephen Platt? Then you're going to like this way more than the average filmgoer. There's also a sequel, All Superheroes Must Die 2: The Last Superhero, that I need to find. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/06/23 Full Review Audience Member This movie had so much potential and it failed at some the delivery. some of the characters weren't very good but you could still like some of them. When someone died you could be upset but you couldn't be sad except for Cutthroat's death that scene had the most emotion some of the acting wasn't very good. But this movie was saved by Lucas Till's character he had the most character and best personality and when he died it made the other CH's more likable. I will watch the second film and hopefully it will do better then this movie. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/20/23 Full Review Audience Member 3/10 awful. Clearly a very low budget and it showed. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Late R With iffy direction, bad acting and an even worse execution of an original premise, 'All Superheroes Must Die' feels like it wasted a good opportunity to do something different and surprise us all with a low-budget hit. Unfortunately, it just wasn't to be. Cheesy and bland with one-dimensional characters, the only good thing about the film was the idea behind it. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 08/17/17 Full Review Audience Member Considering the budget, these guys have made a pretty well job. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/05/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis An archenemy forces four young superheroes to complete a set of deadly challenges, or else innocent lives will be forfeit.
      Director
      Jason Trost
      Producer
      Zachary Hopkins, Lucas Till, Jason Trost
      Screenwriter
      Jason Trost
      Production Co
      Grindfist
      Genre
      Action, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jan 4, 2013, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Oct 14, 2014
      Runtime
      1h 20m
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