The Super (2017)

The Super (2017)

Patrick John FluegerVal KilmerLouisa KrauseMattea Conforti
Stephan Rick


The Super (2017) is a English movie. Stephan Rick has directed this movie. Patrick John Flueger,Val Kilmer,Louisa Krause,Mattea Conforti are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. The Super (2017) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

A man becomes the superintendent of a large New York City apartment building where people mysteriously go missing.

The Super (2017) Reviews

  • Thrilling, but the end spoiled everything


    When Val Kilmers character tries to stop the little girl which is clearly pure evil, then a resident lady hits him and thereby stops Vals character from performing some sort of excorcism, and the evil is saved??? But when the little girl is clearly and obviously evil, why stop Vals character??? It doesnt make any sense? The whole ending by the way doesnt make sense.

  • where the scenario went?


    A very disapointing ending! really bad script. you are a woman seeing the evil ghost of a little girl, you know that you re gonna be murdered and in the end you screaming that she is just a little girl and you save her???really?? horror movies need a very solid scenario and this movie just doesnt have it

  • Incoherent mess


    This movie tried, but it failed. It seems like they wanted to re-write part of the ending so they just re-dubbed different dialogue over the old lines, it's glaringly obvious. The "twist" ending is so ridiculous, you'll be rolling your eyes for the last 15 minutes and it's just been done so many times, and much better elsewhere. Don't bother. The movie starts out good, then is a boring hour with a ridiculous ending. I'm easily entertained, but this movie is a mess.

  • WTF did I just watch?


    To say that this movie was awful does not begin to explain how truly bad it really was. Any review praising this most horrible of horrible films was written by a schill. The writer and director should both be blacklisted from Hollywood, and have to personally reimburse everyone who watched it for the price of the rental, and the 1.5 hrs they will never get back. Luckily I was smart enough to not pay to watch this trash; however, I would like reimbursement for loss of time and pain & suffering.

  • One hundred percent misleading title


    Have a soft spot for mystery. Also have a soft spot for thrillers. Combining both is always a good combination and idea, and it has been done very well more than once. 'The Super' did sound interesting, plus who can't help being drawn in by the title, and do quite like Val Kilmer although he has been in his fair share of not so good films that don't do much for or with him. Should have read the reviews before watching, deliberately didn't due to wanting to watch 'The Super' without anybody spoiling it or giving anything away. Something that has been the case numerous times with mysteries/thrillers (and action films) when the "plot hole" excuse is thrown around and it has started to get on my nerves. A big part of me regrets not doing so because 'The Super' is an absolute mess in almost every regard, can't help feeling angry and annoyed at how something that should really have worked and been entertaining but botched so badly. Always try to see the good in weak or less films, and usually do, but very nearly couldn't. Super 'The Super' a hundred percent isn't, as far as complete anti-thesis that one can go. If it wasn't for the promising start, as it was intriguing and did have some tension, and Kilmer trying hard with what he had, the only person in the cast who actually tries, despite being woefully misused, 'The Super' would have been irredeemable. Everything else misfires badly. Particularly the script and story. The script is awkward, cheesy and rambling, as well as being unfocused tonally and very jumpy. Some of it sounded like it had been dubbed and then re-dubbed, that's how little sense it made in its worst moments. The story quickly becomes erratically paced, sometimes rushed through and at other points deadly dull, and is at its worst incoherent with such a lot being hard to follow, hard to swallow due to being so illogical and difficult to take seriously. So much is confused and vague as a consequence of trying to do too much with little results, nothing is surprising with obvious and convoluted attempts at twists and there is no tension or suspense. The ending is one of the most slap in the face, insult to the intelligence endings for any film seen in a while, can't believe how the writers could come up with something so far-fetched and lacking in any kind of sense and my head and eyes are still throbbing from the eye-rolling. 'The Super's' production values look so hastily made and minimally budgeted. Particularly felt nauseous with some of the editing and the blue filter in the photography was overused and distracting. The characters are cliche ridden and not very interesting, a few pointless and too many given short shrift with little attempts at depth. The actors really struggle with what to make of their lines and characters and nearly as poorly used as Kilmer, evoking not so fond memories of some of the problematically dubbed late 60s-early 70s spaghetti westerns. The sound is equally cheap. Concluding, a complete and utter mess despite a promising start and Kilmer trying his best. 2/10 Bethany Cox


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