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Awkward adolescence meets toy commercial in 'Max Steel'

First introduced in 1997, Mattel’s “Max Steel” toy line has inspired two animated series and now a new live-action adventure. But while the proverbial “’90s kids” may get a nostalgic kick out of seeing their old action figures in the flesh, novices are likely to be bored by a movie that feels more...
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