Mystery Men

Mystery Men

When Captain Amazing (Kinnear) is kidnapped by Casanova Frankenstein (Rush) a group of superheroes combine together to create a plan. But these aren't normal superheroes. Now, the group who include such heroes as Mr. Furious (Stiller), The Shoveller (Macy) and The Blue Raja (Azaria) must put all the powers together to save everyone they know and love.

A group of inept amateur superheroes must try to save the day when a supervillian threatens to destroy a major superhero and the city. The only problem is that their strange powers, silverware hurling, bowling, shovel skills, incompetent invisibility and deadly flatulence, aren't doing them any favors. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Mystery Men torrent reviews

Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: It's amazing that an actor can play the exact same character in every single film - Of course, Van Damme's been doing it for years, but Austin seems to be ready to take the reigns. 'Hunt to Kill' is a bottom of the barrel action flick, with an ending so ridiculous, I'll be laughing for days.

Muffin M (br) wrote: Jimmy West (Ryan Phillippe) is an anguished teenager whose family life is anything but normal. Abused by his father (John Savage), a twisted Vietnam War vet who forces him at gunpoint to commit unspeakable acts, Jimmy desperately wants to leave home but fears for the lives of his mother (Nastassja Kinski) and his two younger brothers. But before he can act to end the nightmare, a deadly secret from the past threatens to transform their lives forever in this gripping tale of sex, murder and revenge.also stars Shirley Knight, Tyrin Turner, Jenny Lewis, Adam Burke, John Doman and Devon Michael.directed by Antonio Tibaldi.

David S (br) wrote: Not very scary, but Tony Todd's Candyman has almost reached as iconic horror status as Krueger and Vorhees. He is a great villain, rooted in scary folklore as old as imaginable (in varying degrees). The evil man with the hook that emerges when you say his name five times in a mirror. As kids, who doesn't love stories that start out like that?

Chad R (nl) wrote: From back before Mickey Rourke went off the deep end. Far from a great movie, and I haven't seen it in a long time, I just remember Carre Otis being incredibly hot. Of course I was in the middle of my teenage years and any "erotic encounters" were of great interest to me...

Natalie M (ru) wrote: An amazing documentary about the insane process of the making of Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo.

Richard N (au) wrote: Suspenseful and classy thriller with a distinctive and assured style that was Chabrol's hallmark. The cuckolded husband traces his wife's lover by hiring a detective, turning up at the man's home, probably not intending to kill him but that's the end result. The lover by the way seems comically camp, whether that was intentional or not I don't know, just seemed an odd choice to me. Anyway, the husband (played by Michel Bouquet) then has to dispose of the body and attempt to cover his tracks, with the police never too many steps behind. It's a good introduction to his work if you've never seen a Chabrol movie; Stephane Audran looks stunning and steals every scene she's in.

Paul D (ca) wrote: Despite the glowing journalistic review before the film has even begun, this is no smokescreen for it is ultimately an uninspiring stage play drama put onto film.

Ashley W (fr) wrote: it's not juice...its a protein shake.

Ted S (au) wrote: Again, it appetizes your craving for Middle Earth. Fun but is more gruesome than before.