Darrin Danver is married to Deb. He is a videogames programmer and works for Z-Games when he receives an offer for a job from CTC. He accepts the offer and moves with his wife Deb near Las ...
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Katherine Kelly Lang,
John Enos III
Two misfit best friends, Dar and Tuck, leave their dying coal mining town with only one goal in mind - to reach sunny California and hook up with some beach babes. On the road, they meet gun crazy outlaw Annie and she takes over.
Darrin Danver is married to Deb. He is a videogames programmer and works for Z-Games when he receives an offer for a job from CTC. He accepts the offer and moves with his wife Deb near Las Vegas. There he discovers that he is paid a lot only to develop the videogame Radical Rat Trap, which is to follow Amazing Mouse Maze. But the great family of CTC uses Videogames Cd-Rom and subliminal messages to try to control minds, his and his wife's. Written by
Baldinotto da Pistoia
This movie was written by the same mastermind responsible for such classics as "Body Chemistry 4", "The Skateboard Kid 2" and "Poison Ivy: The New Seduction". As you can imagine, this one stinks to high heaven.
Ian Ziering is Darrin, a sought after hot shot in the field of computer games. The company CTC throws a bunch of money at him and he and his wife Deb (Katherine Kelly Lang) move to the Las Vegas area so that he can go to work on a new game CTC is developing.
There's a twist to the story and it's beyond belief. CTC is releasing millions of copies of a game called Amazing Mouse Race for free. Why? Because it contains a subliminal message telling everyone to buy their next game, Radical Rat Trap, no matter how much it costs. Evidently, they think that even in this modern age of technology nobody would ever notice the messages. They also must've thought that nobody in the world would think it was odd if millions of people started acting like zombies in front of their computers and then went out and spent hundreds of dollars on a new computer game. DUH!
There are so many holes in this story that I couldn't even possibly take the time out of my life to go into them all. The acting is as over the top as the plot. Poor Ian Ziering...his one shot at becoming a movie star and it had to be a piece of dreck like this. 2/10
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