Brightburn review roundup: James Gunn’s horror film receives mostly positive response


There has been several evil Supermen in DC Comics alone. Only, he is a bad guy. It stars Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. So far, Brightburn holds a 67 per cent rating at Rotten Tomatoes, with the consensus being, “Although Brightburn doesn’t fully deliver on the pitch-black promise of its setup, it’s still enough to offer a diverting subversion of the superhero genre.”
The Guardian’s Benjamin Lee wrote, “Brightburn risks falling into the all-too-familiar creepy kid horror formula but there’s just about enough to distinguish it from that ever-expanding subgenre.”

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Just like Clarke Kent, Brandon Breyer also falls from the sky from some alien world and grows on a Kansas farm. The premise itself is interesting, even though not particularly new. Dunn, Matt Jones, and Meredith Hagner. now that’s an idea right there – but “Brightburn” isn’t content to let that wicked concept do its magic.”
Variety’s Dennis Harvey wrote, “The premise isn’t bad, even if the evil-Superman origin story was done better in “Chronicle.” The execution, however, is lacking, particularly in freshness, humor or style.”

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Comment(s) Instead of using his powers to do good and help people, he kills them in myriad ways, each of them merciless. He also has superpowers, complete with heat vision. Advertising

The synopsis of the movie states, “What if a child from another world crash-landed on Earth, but instead of becoming a hero to mankind, he proved to be something far more sinister?”
David Yarovesky has directed the film.