Missy and the Maxinator

DVD Release: December 7, 2010
Missy and the Maxinator


Max and Missy have been best friends for as long as they can remember, and now Max is falling in love with her. But strange things start happening to him at school. He can see through walls, hear distant voices, and he suddenly has super-human strength! When students start mysteriously disappearing after school Max and his friends stumble upon a sinister plot by his teachers to take over the world. And when they kidnap Missy, Max must put his new found superpowers to the test to save the girl he loves.

Dove Review

This is an action-packed comical movie about one young man’s discovery that he has super powers. Max is in high school which is a difficult time for any teenager. Plus there is the fact he likes his childhood friend Missy more than she knows. She has eyes for the football jock. But life is about to change for everyone. Something strange is happening to Max and he can’t explain it.

As Max tries to discover what is happening to him, he and his friends find that going to detention in school is not what it is meant to be. The history teacher and the science teacher have a different agenda for the kids and it has to do with the missing kids, making it important for Max to figure out if and what super powers he may have.

Comical at times along with the action-adventure and coming-of-age issues this is a film you will not soon forget. We award the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12 and over to this terrific movie.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A couple kiss; comment regarding have a "wet dream".
Language: B-1; Jeez-1; H-5; A-3; SOB-1; crap-1, Frickin-1
Violence: Boys bullying others; wrestling including throwing guy around; kids are missing; two guys bullying a couple with a gun; guys shoot a young man; fight and chase scenes; boy choking another boy.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Discussion regarding Hitler and taking over the world and having super powers.


Company: Lynch Films
Director: Daniel J. Lynch
Genre: Action
Runtime: 100 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe