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Movie Review: If Max Steel were a toy, it would be forgotten 10 minutes out of the box

Even if you’ve never heard of Max Steel, there’s a decent chance your kids have. A chrome-costumed teenage superhero with a fluctuating set of powers, Max was first introduced as a Mattel action figure in the mid-’90s, before making the leap to comic books, video games, two televised cartoon series, and nine direct-to-DVD animated films (only one of which, admittedly, has been released outside of Latin America).
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