I just thought it was a cool indie film with a great leading performance from an actor we don't usually get to see in a lead. full review
The premise is intriguing, and the film is occasionally amusing, but it feels stuck between a completely satirical farce and an aching drama. full review
Rappaport does a yeoman's job in this tonally confused oddity. full review
It may not be perfect, but this under-the-radar indie from Hal Haberman and Jeremy Passmore is smart enough to leave you glad you found it. full review
Ultimately it adds little to our understanding of the curious return of the superhero as our paradigmatic pop archetype.
Thanks to Rapaport's brio in embracing the hero's drug-induced delusions, the movie is less a failure than a noble experiment gone awry. full review
Rappaport's befuddled sincerity has never registered so poignantly, but given its singular premise, for the film to waste an easy opportunity to satirize vigilante do-goodery and pharmaceutical dependence is, well, villainous. full review