Seeing the cover and subject, I though I'd be in for a nice little
indie treat with 80s nostalgia and some laughs. However, this didn't
have much of either (a little bit of nostalgia, zero laughs). Normally
I wouldn't have cared enough to write a review about this, but because
of all the other reviews giving it great scores I felt I had to give
another perspective so people wouldn't get their hopes up.
I've never seen the YouTube series so I didn't know what to expect, but this film wasn't entertaining at all. I seemed like it was trying to be funny, but I couldn't really tell. I guess that's how bad the humour was, since it didn't even really register as humour. I don't remember laughing once. The story wasn't that great either. It was just things happening to move the plot along, but failed at doing it in an interesting way.
In the end I could only get through about half of the film before I had to stop due to lack of any entertainment whatsoever. I'm baffled at why there are so many good reviews. Perhaps friends of the crew? If not, then I'm happy they could find some entertainment in this since I certainly couldn't.
Don't say you weren't warned. I've seen good indie. This isn't it.
Featuring Ashens insane fictional search for a piece of electronic tat for the fabled Game Child, accompanied by fan favourite Chef Excellence (a human version, not the bloody puppet), and together they try to overcome the odds - and all common sense - to lay our hands on the fabled Game Child, an old handheld video game. But a shadowy figure, aided by my irritating nemesis, wants the game for their own dastardly ends.
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