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It’s got to be said, this has to be one of the original films that actually looks like it might be worth the small amount of hype it’s gotten since it first attracted notice. Iboy is the kind of film that teens might actually get behind largely because it relates to them on a level they can understand and introduces a hero that’s not the typical spandex, tights-wearing individual that goes around doing the best they can while causing millions of dollars in property damage. Tom is just a young man who comes upon his best friend being raped and is shot in the head for his troubles. What happens however is that shards of his phone, which he was using to call the police, become embedded in his skull, and by some freak accident he develops the power to suddenly control and disrupt electronic equipment. In fact he can even make it explode, which seems to be a cool power to be honest. When he starts going after those that harmed his friend however he opens up a whole world of trouble that might have been better left alone, or at least to someone else better equipped to deal with it.
But that’s not how teen movies work is it? Here are just a few things you might not know yet about this movie.
Film - Bill - Milner - Person - Powers
10. This is the second film in which Bill Milner plays a person that develops powers.
The first was in X-Men: First Class, when he plays the part of a young Magneto, a boy that has just lost his parents and is without anyone else in the world at the moment. At that time he loses control of his powers and decimates an operating room, much to Sebastian Shaw’s delight. Considering that what he does in X-Men: First...
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