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An accountant (Christopher Gorham) stumbles into more fame and glory than he bargained for when he tries to reach out to an emotionally fragile young boy (Ben Hyland) by dressing up as the child's favorite superhero.
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Somebody’s Hero is rated Not Rated
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A man with a knife threatens people in a store. Characters are hit, punched and thrown to the floor. A man fights with armed characters. A woman talks about a man who was murdered. A boss yells at employees. A man pays others to tell lies. A bus accident full of children teeters on the edge of a bridge. A child falls into the water. A man is caught underwater. Characters face other perilous situations.
Sexual Content: An announcer at a baseball game makes inappropriate sexual comments over the PA system. A couple kisses.
Language: Brief name-calling and rude comments are included in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Secondary characters smoke.
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In The Incredibles, a father is a hero for both the city and his children. In the animated movie Megamind, a superhero gets tired of always saving the city. And Superman keeps his identity under wraps by disguising himself as a mild-mannered reporter. Actor Christopher Gorman also appears in the movie The Other Side Of Heaven.
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Home Video Notes: Somebody’s Hero
Availability Date: 17 June 2012
Somebody’s Hero is available Starting on Father’s Day - June 17th, 2012 from Brainstorm Media. It can be watched On Demand and online via:
- InDemand, Time Warner Cable
- Comcast, DIRECTV
- Dish Network
- Microsoft Network
- Sony Entertainment Network
- Youtube/Google Play
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