A young Brooklyn boy witnesses the brutal murder of his mother and grows up obsessed with finding her killer. Thus begins his life as a quiet, straight-A student by day and a self-appointed hero at night. But what is a real hero? And who decides what is right or wrong? As the boundaries blur, Sean's dual life wears on his psyche and his two worlds careen dangerously close to colliding. Like a graphic novel you can't put down, Boy Wonder challenges morality, distorting perceptions of what is right and what is justified, as it races to its shocking conclusion.
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That being said, this is NOT a super hero movie. I am not even sure this is an anti-hero movie. What it is, is a dark, disturbing and violent psychological thriller with a couple of vicious twists. You should watch it.
I'm not going to try to summarize or analyze this movie like the "professionals" did. I rate on how well I liked the movie, which is what the stars indicate when you hover over them. Since this was the second time I watched the whole movie, I'd say I liked it pretty well. Not well enough to rush out and buy the DVD, but well enough to watch it again in a couple years when I've forgotten it - if it and I are still on Prime.
I would recommend this detective movie to anyone looking for something a little different.
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