Alter Egos

Alter Egos

At a time when superheroes have lost government funding and public support, a superhero meets a girl who can help him overcome his own emotional crisis.

Brendan, a.k.a. the instant ice-forming superhero Fridge, has become jealous of himself over his steady girlfriend Emily's preference for sleeping with posturing Fridge over whiny geek Brendan. Superhero buddy C-Thru would like Brendan to get it together, get out of his Fridge tights and have a good wash. With superheroes in public disfavor and government subsidizing being pulled, its a sad day when they have to haul in Shrink, the last known and captured supervillain. Waiting for nightfall when Shrink can be transported from their motel room, Brendan runs across Claudel, the motel manager who dislikes superheroes, and Jimmy, an embittered cop who can turn invisible for only a few seconds. As Brendan and Claudel start to connect, Brendan discovers a set-up that puts his future, freedom and good name in jeopardy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alter Egos torrent reviews

Mike F (nl) wrote: fun horror flick that deserves a franchise

Anoop P (au) wrote: Very touching short film :)

Ifiok O (jp) wrote: While the idea of parallel universes is a often utilized theme in science fiction and comic book stories, it is handled pretty well here. Credit given to Gina Torres and James Woods for their voice work, making the evil counterparts to Wonder Woman and Batman pretty ruthless. Woods in particular stands out here. It hearkens back to the Justice League show from Cartoon Network, albeit with obvious exceptions, but the movie is pretty good in and of itself. The finale between Batman and Owlman captures a pretty engaging fight. Overall, it's a worthy addition to these DC Animated films.

Lee M (kr) wrote: Here's a unique way to make a "socially relevant" movie--- film a 3 minute short, show it around the country, get people's extended reactions then, based on these comments, construct a narrative.

Wyland C (it) wrote: The first one was better, although the ending was really good.

Natacia K (de) wrote: any movie THIS over the top deserves at least 2 stars for making me chuckle. aside from that... wow. really amazingly overwhelmingly horribly made on several levels.

Richard D (mx) wrote: They should have at least tried to make the main character look as if she belongs to the time period.

Doita D (mx) wrote: not a bad movie, but the soundtrack makes it amazing.. really a.r rahman's best. althoguh im biased because ive only heard the hindi version, but that's because i need to understand the lyrics. a.r rahmna's composition remains.. rukmini, roja, yeh hasseen vadiyan, choti si aasha.. woah. and not bad as amvoie by itself either.

Mark N (it) wrote: An absolute guilty pleasure of an action-hero movie. Why it garnered such derision i have no idea as Remo is a fun watch that don't take the genre too seriously and has a few decent laughs and some rather well choreographed sequences and stunts (many of which Ward claims to have done himself). Joel Grey as a Korean martial arts master was inspired and deserved its Oscar nod as I had no idea it was him until the credits.Action hero fans will have fun with the training and fight scenes on the Statue of Liberty (handily under renovation at the time). If it lacks anything its a strong villain and the plot could have been more personal but over all its a fu 2 hours at deserved a second outing.

Spencer H (ca) wrote: Now that's a good movie.

David S (fr) wrote: The description is wrong: this short film takes an unflinching look at the business of the slaughterhouse in post-WWII France. It contrasts the idyllic life of the suburbs with the brutality of the meat that sustains that life. Director Franju finds a horrific symmetry (one hesitates to call it beauty) amid the carnage, and the casualness with which the acts proceed speaks volumes about humanity's capacity to accept violence.

April W (de) wrote: Good movie- could have gone a million places with it- feels slightly incomplete

Alden S (ag) wrote: 10 out of 10:Gripping, brutal, well directed, and the best performance from Robert De Niro, Raging Bull claims the championship for best boxing movie.

Johnny L (nl) wrote: One of my favorite movies, just a comedy that resonated with most of youth. The cum gel wasn't even the funniest part, but it was a bit winded.