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At a time when superheroes have lost all government and public support, tensions reach an all time high when a superhero by the name of Fridge becomes embroiled in a government conspiracy. Fridge, who has the ability to shoot deadly ice from his hands is in a funk after his girlfriend cheats on him with his civilian alter ego! Meanwhile his partner C-Thru, who possesses superhuman X-ray vision has captured Shrink, a super villain who murdered Fridge s parents. In order to regain the respect of a society that has lost all hope in superheroes, Fridge and C-Thru must work to resolve their own super problems before they can begin to worry about everyone elses.
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It is easy to see why Kevin Smith added this movie to his movie club; it relies heavily on dialog to move the story along and this is its strong point. The dialog is mostly clever and the leads are well cast. One surprising disappointment is Danny Masterson, the star-value cast member in this film. He gives a performance that is phoned-in at best, and painful in places. He doesn't mesh well with the rest of the cast who give solid performances. It is clear that he wasn't excited to be there.
I saw this movie, as I really enjoyed the director's other endevour "Rozencrantz and Guildenstern are undead" and found this to be of the same campy, enjoyable calibre.
The casting was great, including Danny Masterson and newcomers like Brooke Nevin. It was all topped off with an unforgetable soundtrack by Sean Lennon.
highly recommend this for some great holiday entertainment.