I must say this story is uncooked and completely disjointed. I am not sure the writer took time to go back and organise the plot. First it begins with Colin being sickly and meeting with a Mysterious Stranger, this Mysterious stranger appears at every sphere of the story and at the end of the story we are told the stranger is Colin. That does not make any sense, because at the beginning we saw Colin discussing with this same stranger. Also we don't have a proper description of the outfit the stranger is putting on until the end, that is when we know that his face is covered. This stranger throughout the story seemed like some supernatural force and suddenly at the end he appears to be just Colin. What happened to the sickly Colin we saw at the beginning? The Colin who needed a stick to walk with and then at the end he is walking normally as the stranger? Then what was the idea behind having the characters mention that their past was coming to haunt them? When there is no clarity of what this past looked like. It seemed from the story that they were actors only playing the role of superhero that is hardly any reason for anyone's past to haunt them. Furthermore at some point it seemed like they were police officers not actors. There is also no explanation as to what could be in their past or why Colin or any of the members of the team could have been targeted. Then I was expecting to see more into the lives of each of the characters but there was nothing. Even Geoff whom we saw his daughter and mother of his child, we didn't get to understand if the mother of his daughter was his wife or if they were divorced. Then the issue of the Go-getters was completely out of place because we don't know how or where they come in. And why the hell was there a red carpet in a former actor's memorial service? With all that paparazzi? I must say the story would have fared better had it been at an Award night inside of a memorial. Why also did we not see Colin's family during a memorial? Tommy tried to murder Goeff within the house? With so many people there? And where was everyone? Can I also add that Leslie seemed at some point to be drunk and then she was speaking so normally despite being under an influence. On a scale of 1 to 10 I rate this story 1.
Power has a heart