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Max Fist (Joe Manganiello) is a local drunk who claims to be a superhero from the planet Chromium. He tells anyone who will listen that he was pulled into a wormhole, falling through time and space, and dropped to earth without any of his powers. No one pays any attention to Max except a teenager named Hamster (Skylan Brooks) who can’t get enough of Max’s stories. When Hamster and his sister (Zolee Griggs) get in trouble with a vicious drug syndicate led by The Manager (Glenn Howerton), Max takes to the streets as a brutal vigilante hellbent on proving himself as the hero no one believes him to be.
USA, 2020, 90 minutes, Not Rated, Directed by. Adam Egypt Mortimer
“One of the most original films of the year and a thrilling cosmic adventure with plenty of violence and a big heart.”– J Hurtado, SCREEN ANARCHY
“It's one of my favorite movies from this hellhole of a year.”– Lorry Kikta, FILM THREAT
“A gonzo sci-fi/superhero film that is injected with neon-infused violence and chaos.”– Shannon McGrew, NIGHTMARISH CONJURINGS
“There's something uniquely bold about the type of world-building that Mortimer does with ‘Archenemy’.”– Heather Wixson, DAILY DEAD
“Mortimer repackages superhero films of yesteryear into an intellectual and thoroughly modern fare; ‘Archenemy’ is the perfect punk-rock palette cleanser to the Marvel norm.”– Kat Hughes, THN
“With cool characters and costumes and a winning combination of the grim and the spirited, this snappy sci-fi story both adheres to traditional superhero themes and turns them thrillingly sideways.”– Jeffrey M. Anderson, COMMON SENSE MEDIA