Kids At Risk

review_griff the invisible

Everyone’s familiar with the glut of comic book superhero films filling the multiplexes for better or worse, but the genre has a little bastard brother that continues to fly beneath the radar. This sub-genre shares a common theme in its placement of real people in the real world who only believe that they’re superheroes. Special with Michael Rapaport, Defendor with Woody Harrelson, and Super with Rainn Wilson are just a few examples, and one of the many elements they’ve shared is their American origin. But now Australia has found its own make believe superhero. And his name is Griff. A young man in a bathrobe stands watch over the city streets with the aid of a telescope and a high tech wall of monitors. He’s watching for criminals, scoundrels, and other evil doers in need of a good beat down and innocent civilians in need of saving. Say hello to Griff (Ryan Kwanten)… superhero by night, shy, quiet, bullied oddball by day. And his story is one of wonder, romance, and (unfortunately) a slight missed opportunity.

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published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015
published: 01.25.2015

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