- Information at Internet Movie Database
- Looking Closer, review by Jeffrey Overstreet, "searching for truth, beauty and meaning in the movies."
- "Mystery Men: Learning to Laugh at Ourselves," Steve Lansingh, TheFilmForum: Christian Conversation about the Movies.
- Review, Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Health - Spiritual Practices for Human Being.
- Invisible Boy claims to become invisible when no one, including himself, is watching. How can he know this? He just feels invisible. The test comes when his group of dubious superheroes must bypass electronic "seeing eyes" in order to enter a supervillain's fortress. Everyone closes their eyes as Invisible Boy takes off his clothes and maneuvers through the electronic surveillance area. If he isn't really invisible, the fortress' defense system will kill him. He makes it through, disables the defenses, and shouts that he did it. When his teammates opens their eyes, he immediately becomes visible again. One of them says, "Maybe you should put some shorts on or something, if you wanna keep fighting evil today." (David K. Miller)
- Roy is a pussycat who wants to be considered dangerous. Calling
himself Mr. Furious, he allies himself with a bunch of misfits
also claiming to have superpowers. Never quite mustering enough
fury to do anything more than to key a car or break off its hood
ornament. When the woman he has fallen in love with is in danger,
though, he truly transforms into Mr. Furious.
Mr. Furious: Rage... taking over...
Casanova Frankenstein: Yes, yes, we've heard that before.
Mr. Furious: No. Rage... REALLY taking over...
(David K. Miller)