Abar, the First Black Superman

Abar, the First Black Superman

Upon moving into a bigoted neighborhood, the scientist father of a persecuted black family gives a superpower elixir to a tough bodyguard, who thus becomes a superpowered crimefighter.

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Tyler P (nl) wrote: Malgr la prsence de Jackie, je n'ai pas russi accrocher.

Lucas M (us) wrote: Meet the Fockers is as charming as its predecessor but old jokes and pacing issues hamper down what could have been a worthy sequel.

Scott M (fr) wrote: A thriller so full of twists and turns that I'm glad I knew nothing of the plot beforehand. Unfortunately, Sorkin's trademark dialogue is in short supply, and the performances aren''t that great either. However the ridiculous plot twists kept me more than interested.

Eleanor B (gb) wrote: One of the greatest screen adaptations of a musical. Twyla Tharp's choreography is brilliant.

Heather H (jp) wrote: I love crime/courtroom dramas and this one scores way up there with a fantastic film all around. Susan Hayward was exceptionally strong and well deserves her Oscar for her work here. Stylish and a classic noir just smoldering with great lighting and slick acting without being too affected, this is a great film to watch for anyone interested in seeing a terrific performance of a woman fighting for her life.

Bill T (ca) wrote: Surprisingly unlikeable musical features the grating Betty Hutton as Annie Oakley. Hutton is 100% unbelievable as Oakley, because she's too goofy and lip syncs badly. Would have loved to see Ethel Merman in this role instead. Howard Keel just coasts along on his personality, and there are some good songs. Mostly forgettable though,

DeKerry A (es) wrote: Who are these critics that claim there is a 'dogmatic agenda"? If there is anyone out there who does not love his family deeply, then I guess this film is not for you. If you are a man who is more interested in living for self and does not believe that his character matters or does not believe that how he lives either good or bad makes any kind of an impact in the life of his children or in his marriage then I guess that man WOULD find this movie worthless as the so-called consensus of critics claim. If you are a man without integrity then you would probably not get anything out of this movie...

william m (au) wrote: I think there are some pretty interesting themes going on here (several that I think The Matrix mirrored), especially during the second half when they're talking about memories and what makes us humans. However, the dialogue is kind of absurd and silly.

Kyle S (kr) wrote: This is 47 Ronin, except it is set in medieval Europe. It is as faithful as it can be to the original given its location. Yep, this is a samurai classic. If you enjoy old samurai flicks this is a version of the original story told in Edo period.

Jackie (au) wrote: - "Is that student bleeding?" - "Yes, we're taking care of it." Tag-line: "They fall asleep in class. Throw ink on each other. Never come in Mondays. And they're just the teachers." Worth checking out.