The lights burn to full as the historic 300th episode of the world's greatest game show, Virtual Memory begins. But, something's wrong. Jamie Alexander, host of Virtual Memory is missing! ...
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The lights burn to full as the historic 300th episode of the world's greatest game show, Virtual Memory begins. But, something's wrong. Jamie Alexander, host of Virtual Memory is missing! With time counting down to certain destruction, Virtual Memory calls upon its one and only hope: Megabyte Man. With massive information storage, instant recall, and electronic displacement on his side, Virtual Memory's own living super-computer begins the hunt for Jamie. Meanwhile, deep below the Earth's surface lurks Virtual Memory's darkest foe: The Virus. Bent on Virtual Memory's destruction, Virus will stop at nothing until the show lies in his evil clutches. Megabyte Man engages in a bitter race against time to foil Virus' plans to take over the show and eventual world domination. Can Megabyte Man return Jamie, save Virtual Memory, and rid the world of the leeching evil of Virus? It's time to 'Plug In, and Power Up' to The Adventures of Megabyte Man! Written by
Dr. Chone Figgins
I really thought this was a good movie.....it was good stuff. It is really funny. The ending was a little weird but all in all it was very funny and a good movie. The concept seems bigger than what is actually on the DVD. The acting is very good. Jamie Alexander and Graham Sibley are very funny! But I noticed a gem of a character that I found hilarious Ted The Lighting Guy - he is played by Justin Folk who is just hilarious! Also I found a hidden little gem on the DVD. If you go all the way over to the last scene selection page there is the funniest thing I have ever heard. Check it out! I laughed for 10 minutes solid. I will check out what these guys do next....
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