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Written By Blogger on Monday, September 5, 2011 | 2:30 PM


James Gunn's costumed avenger parody asks the questions, How can an ordinary guy become a superhero, and what happens if he does? Rainn Wilson stars as a short order cook who, in the wake of the departure of his wife (Liv Tyler) into the arms of a drug dealer (Kevin Bacon), becomes a crime fighter, taking on as his sidekick a comic book store clerk (Ellen Page). 

Rob Thomas of the _Capital Times_ calls _SUPER_ a "grimy, bloody and absolutely pitch-black superhero movie. And it's also really funny." Brian Tallerico of HollywoodChicago.com [1] writes that _SUPER_ contains "my absolute favorite performances of the year so far." Michael Phillips agrees: in the _Chicago Tribune_, he praises Ellen Page, who "goes bonkers, giving her gleeful nut job one of the more memorable horselaughs in recent American film history."

For Robert Levin of Film School Rejects, _SUPER_ is an "appealing, often hilarious corrective to the conventional pop cultural idealization of the superhero." Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of _Ebert Presents At the Movies_ says that _SUPER_ "is both funny and unafraid to show the moral ugliness of its main characters." Jeffrey M. Anderson of Combustible Celluloid finds that _SUPER_ is a "disturbing, amazing experience."

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