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"Brightburn" twists that hero origin story and wonders what would happen if this alien child was not a good person. This is a kind of bad seed with superhero powers and it doesn't bode well for all those around him.By this point you feel about as attached to the Breyer family as you might the family in a cereal commercial.When the montage ends, Brandon Breyer (Jackson A. Dunn) is about to turn 12 . He's a smart kid, far beyond those in his class, and he knows it. Perhaps I'm expecting too much from a high-concept summer horror, but I couldn't help but think of how well a film like (the very bleak) "Hereditary" made you care about the family at the center of it.
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