Sunday, May 9, 2010

Eddie Lebron's Mega Man

This a fan-film based on the video game series Mega Man. You can watch it on right now.

Dr. Thomas Light is an expert in robotics who creates six robot masters to help man with every day needs, he also created a near-human android named Roll to help with the lab. Light decides to build another android, named Rock (Mega Man), but on his own, so he fires his assistant, Dr. Albert Wiley (who is German, of course). Wiley feels over-shadowed by Light and then wants to take over the world using Light's robot masters. Mega Man takes on the responsibility of stopping Wiley and his robots.

For a non-profit, indie film, it's pretty well made. The action is pretty good, Mega Man's costume is well designed, the orchestrated arrangements of the game music is awesome, and the actor who plays Wiley does a pretty good job. My favorite robot master is Fireman because he gets to say the movie's best line,"The evil one MUST DIE!"

Not bad.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

The Breakfast Club

For those who don't know, The Breakfast Club is about five kids who have to spend eight hours of their Saturday in their school's HUMONGOUS library as detention. Each kid has their own personality; there's the brain, the jock, the princess, the basket case, and the criminal. As the kids hang out, the start to express their inner-most feelings and become friends.

This is a classic film; the actors and actresses do a great job, the script and direction by John Hughes is great, and it's just wonderful.

It's awesome.