His spine is crushed and he receives severe burns. But just then, Marvin comes over and uses the last of his powers from the meteor fragment to heal Ellington's injuries, thus saving Ellington's life. Now his friends and family want him to protect their community from the dreaded Golden Lords. Jeff uses his x-ray vision to see that Ellington's ribs are broken. Confiding this to his parents Ted and Maxine , they convince him to use his powers to help the community. Marvin accidentally drops the meteor and both Jeff and Simon grab the rock from both sides, gaining , and engage in a brawl.
They continue with their brawl with Meteor Man winning and draining Simon of his powers by absorbing them. His neighborhood is terrorized by a local gang called The Golden Lords, led by Simon Caine and allied with drug lord Anthony Byers. He then defeats the rest of the Golden Lords. Anthony Byers and his gang then confront Meteor Man, but are out-numbered by the Bloods and the Crips who show up to protect Meteor Man. The Golden Lords learn Meteor Man's secret identity and his slowly diminishing powers.
When Simon is about to throw a dumpster at Jeff, he hears Ellington barking, telling Jeff that he can win, and throws the dumpster at Ellington instead, seriously injuring him. As he climbs out, he is struck down by a glowing, green. A small fragment of the meteor was left over and taken by a named Marvin. Director: Actors: Genres: Country: Release Year: Duration: Synopsis: One night Jefferson Reed gets hit in the chest by a souped-up chunk of meteor. He shuts down 15 crack houses, stops 11 robberies, brings peace between the police, the , and the where they begin to work together to rebuild the community they destroyed, and plants a giant garden in the middle of the ghetto.
His mother designs a costume and as the Meteor Man, he takes on the Golden Lords. Roger Ebert gave the film 2. He can master the information in any book. So he can fly, but he's scared of heights. Kids may like the film and anyone can enjoy the moments of inspiration, but 'The Meteor Man' could have been better if it had tried to do less, more carefully. And when a gang led by a powerful drug lord begins terrorizing his family and neighbors, Jefferson has no choice but to don his homemade spandex suit and take it on in a war of cunning, wit and super-powered, super-modeling prowess' to save his 'hood! Lords, the children members of the Golden Lords.
As the violence gets out of hand and the Golden Lords continue their attacks, the community members plan to make a deal with them, but Jeff instead teaches them about fighting for their beliefs. The film also features special appearances by , , , , and. Hiding in a garbage dumpster, he manages to escape. The locals all gather around Ellington who is now lying on the street, whimpering in pain. This angers Jeff and he disappears and returns as Meteor Man. Any legal issues regarding the free online movies on this website should be taken up with the actual file hosts themselves, as we're not affiliated with them.
Townsend stars as a mild-mannered schoolteacher, who becomes a after his neighborhood in is terrorized by street gangs. Reed awakens several days later in the hospital, but when his bandages are taken off, he is miraculously healed of all injuries. . Simon points his gun at Jeff, but Jeff's neighbor Earnest Moses throws a record at him, successfully knocking the gun out of Simon's hand. A now, powerless Jeff, fights Simon and is beaten up.
This enables the locals to stand up to the Golden Lords as they fight them alongside Marvin's dogs. Before Jeff can do anything, his powers fade away, again. He has just discovered that his backbone and it's stronger than steel! Jefferson Reed is a mild mannered school teacher in Washington D. Suddenly, Marvin uses the meteor fragment to strip the Golden Lords of their guns. One night, Jeff steps in to rescue a woman from the gang only to end up running from them himself.
Jefferson would rather run than fight until he's hit by a strange green meteor that gives him superhuman abilities. . . . .