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I was recently watching a preview for Everyone's Hero, it was one of those back-to-back previews with the two of the same previews in a row, and I was surprised, the first preview/commercial had the familiar voice - but the second preview had the exact same lines, but with a deeper voice. Can anybody tell me what's going on? San Antonio Guy
I removed two things: First off, the thing about ironically reflecting Chris Reeve's reputation as a superman is silly, I don't see how that's ironic. Since it got this name long after he died, it wouldn't even be cooincidental. Second, the movie was never titled Hero.
There's not much info on the story line. Hello? Anyone seem to think that all the movies should have just a TAD more information? I mean, there a whole three sentences! whoopedee-dooodles! (my word) (and i'ts copyrighted)