FILM REVIEW: MAX STEEL

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I saw an interesting low-budget film called Max Steel, which reminded me of the cartoon show I once watched as a child. After watching the film, I decided that it was neither a good or bad film, but a satisfactory film with a touch of humor. Even though it was a low budget film, I liked the special effects and the classical elements of a superhero’s origin story. It was also interesting that the two main characters shared a symbiotic relationship due to the fact that they literally need one another to survive and they are at their strongest when they are together. I also liked the idea of a superhuman who could manipulate tachyon energy because of the applications it provides the user such as enhanced physical capabilities and energy blasts. Overall, if you are looking for a film that provides you with a classical superhero origin story, then this is the film for you.

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