Mystery Men

Mystery Men
Mystery Men

Year

1999

Duration

116 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

If you're a fan of superheroes, then you'll probably have heard of Batman, Superman, and Spiderman. But how about The Shoveler? Mr Furious? The Blue Raja? - all members of the Mystery Men - a group of the most useless superheroes in history; the kind whose superpowers really aren't that super, and one of whom still lives with his mother. But when a crazed evil genius manages to capture the one real superhero in Champion City, the residents find that the mystery men (and girl) are their only hope. Filled with hilarious scenes and one-liners, Mystery Men is an uplifting and funny film.

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Mild violence and bad language.

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