Wear masks and appeared headed these grown adults as if they were preparing to go trick or treating.
They call themselves the “real-life superheroes,” and they seemed a little dorky at first. Individuals featured in this documentary (written and directed by Michael Barnett) believe that it is their duty to patrol the streets, fighting crime and fill the void that the police and other government institutions left behind. As we follow the lives of many “real life superheroes” However, it becomes clear that the work they do is not only useful to the community, but it is vital to their communities.
Tone in the begging of the film seems to mock the head and the fighters wear spandex crime.
In the first few minutes of the film take a tour of one man’s work and wide to gather and watch the way, as he sings the opening along the lines of authority guard him on the small TV screen. It is known that in the streets, while wearing a helmet and the age of Mr. Extreme, and he is the founder and only member of the Extreme Justice League, the organizanst crime in San Diego. His apartment is shabby and his social life is active and well developed. With a pot belly and his girlfriend does not, Mr. Extreme spend leisure time has the functions of several days patrolling the streets in the hope of preventing violent crime. We join him on an adventure of a night patrol in a part of campus where it was reported sexual abtion of citizens agaiuse earlier. Although Mr. Extreme works in more hostility from the appreciation of the community, (a man who threatens to call the police Mr.Xtreme if he does not leave the grass to him), said he was confident of its existence, and clothing, and all, as a deterrent for potential offenders.
Next we meet Master of the legend. That long-haired, middle-aged vigilante who likes his beer and makes the special weapons out of household items and other cardboard. After cracking open a cold one and it opens about how his father was a member of the Ku Klu Klux used to beat him. The love of his grandmother and supportive, he says, who taught him that he was likely to be a powerful force for good. Transformation of the past traumatic experiences in raising awareness of the positive if it turns out that the theme of repetition in many of the life of the hero and we meet along the road. Commitment of those ordinary citizens have to serve the altruism is inspiring. Every night you will find icons Master of superheroes, such as many parts of the world (yes, it’s a global community on the Internet) to distribute food and blankets to the cities homeless. Husband and wife duo hero of his hands out care packages every week to those living in the streets, a cost which all comes from their own pockets. Have limited means, many of these heroes of themselves and it is astonishing that they make sacrifices in order to do what they do in their communities. When access to financing constraints Extreme Mr. Van moves in his work, not stop the process of Extreme Justice and the University. You have to really come to admire these concerned citizens after the quirky, and even director Michael Barnett admits he did in the midst of shooting this film. What begins as a mockumentary becomes something very heartfelt one grow a lot of respect for those individuals who are not selfish. Overall, this movie kills apathy and kicking butt evil villain!