All Superheroes Must Die (2011) - Sci-Fi, Thriller

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Four Super Heroes find themselves abducted by their Arch Nemesis and are forced to compete in a series of challenges in order to save an abandoned town full of kidnapped innocent civilians.

Director: Jason Trost
Stars: Jason Trost, Lucas Till
Length: 78 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 10 out of 40 found boring (25%)

One-line Reviews (21)

But it was entertaining, which is what movies should be.

Parts of the film are slow and when things do slow down, Rickshaw, as clever as he is funny, is there to move things along.

I enjoyed it .

Gripping my seat intensely, I often found myself hoping for some miracle for the heroes.

The way the plot kept thickening and flowing from scene to scene keeps you guessing and on the edge of your seat as an audience member.

So apparently this review needs to be 10 lines long for me to submit it, so just to recap this film is in an insult to film makers all round the world, its played out and predictable, the actors are terrible the plot is a joke, i feel angry for watching this pathetic movie.

waste of time and (a small amount of) money .

An enjoyable movie from beginning to the end.

Very Poor Low Budget Waste My Money & Time Film.

Save your money and your time!

I understand that the costumier had to leave early, so maybe consider whether you can still make a movie with costumed superheroes who have their powers taken away.

I just finished the movie, and I must say that I enjoyed it.

I swear to Christ, this was the absolute WORST movie that I've ever seen in my entire life.

Fans of independent film looking for an entertaining alternative to the Hollywood formula need look no further.

The story is bland and there is almost no creative ideas in this movie.

The premise is bland with the characters not being likable or developed enough.

What looks like a fascinating concept on paper is executed in villainously poor fashion in All Superheroes Must Die, a micro-budget thriller that twists almost every convention of the oversaturated genre, but is drastically let down by innumerable plot holes, a jagged script and empty performances all round.

And while some films of this nature do a fantastic job of stretching the production value, Superheroes looks every bit like a low budget cellar dweller, doing little to mitigate a collection of lacklustre individual parts, forming an utterly forgettable shell of an intriguing idea.

Inevitably this is too slow and stilted to succeed.

Plot was initially intriguing, but quickly got to be predictable and boring by the end.

The camera shots are inventive, the film pacing is quick and fairly exciting.