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‘Max Steel’: From 2016’s Most Promising Movie To Complete Disaster

Max Steel opened in theaters yesterday without being shown to a single critic, and hence with no reviews whatsoever. But those that saw the movie on its opening day describe it as being dull and uninspiring. Alex Welch of IGN calls the movie one of the “strangest superhero films” of late, criticizing the film’s “bland... Read more » ‘Max Steel’: From 2016’s Most Promising Mo
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