Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actor: Danielle Harris
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy
Would-be superhero Ed Gruberman, who possesses no super powers, must join a team of misfit heroes-in-training known as the Super Capers. Having only faith, Gruberman must travel through time to uncover an evil plot involvi... more »
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Naomi B. (Tripleguess)
Reviewed on 10/22/2011...
Not just stupid but disgusting. My copy is now in the trash where it belongs.
You get what you pay for
K. Amspacher | Norfolk, VA | 09/17/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is budget movie, so expecting anything extrodinary would be wrong.
Overall, it has a few laughs, but the movie starts to wear thin by the halfway point. By the end I was just thankfull it was over. It was like watching a low budget TV show; which is really what this movie should have been."
Blood Bath | Texas | 10/26/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie just isn't stupid funny, it is STUPID!!!! Everyone and I mean EVERYONE involved in the making of this movie needs to be dragged out of their houses and horse whipped to an inch of their lives. This movie is so bad it actually ruined the buzz I was on. What a waste...the buzz that is."
A classic among bad films
Roland E. Zwick | Valencia, Ca USA | 03/21/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"A movie virtually guaranteed to wind up in the DVD bargain bin in record-setting time, "Super Capers" is an indescribably awful attempt at superhero parody. It features a group of inept comic book figures, clad in ill-fitting get-ups, who bumble and stumble their way to victory against a passel of toothless bad guys.
The movie's idea of humor consists mainly of goofy sound effects and corny musical cues playing on the soundtrack, though I suspect that their sole function is to alert us as to when we should be laughing (there`s really no other way for us to know, since, unlike a TV sitcom, it doesn`t come equipped with its own laugh track).
Out of respect for any possible careers they may still have ahead of them, the actors shall remain nameless, though Adam West (TV's Batman), Clint Howard and June Lockhart stop by to show us just how far has-been actors can be forced to lower themselves when there simply aren't any decent roles left for them anymore.
At the end, the director of this fiasco, Ray Griggs, thanks the "directors who inspired" him during his childhood, namely George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Robert Zemeckis and Peter Jackson. Sounds like the basis for a good class-action lawsuit, if you ask me.