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Megaman (2010)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi | 15 May 2010 (USA)
A brave robot volunteers to combat the mechanoid minions of a mad scientist bent on world domination.


Eddie Lebron


Eddie Lebron (screenplay)




Cast overview, first billed only:
Jun Naito ... Rock / Mega Man
Jeanie Tse Jeanie Tse ... Roll
Edward X. Young ... Dr. Thomas Light
Dave Maulbeck ... Dr. Albert Wily
Jo Sung ... Blues / Proto Man (as Sung-Mo Cho)
Alan Fung Alan Fung ... Elec Man
Hugo Salazar Jr. ... Fire Man
Wayne Chang ... Ice Man
Dara Centonze Dara Centonze ... Selena Daniels
David Horowitz David Horowitz ... David the cameraman
Elizabeth Lee Elizabeth Lee ... Olga 5000
Ivy Hong Ivy Hong ... JBC anchor
Kristen Hung Kristen Hung ... Billboard reporter
Sonicmega Sonicmega ... Gutsman (voice)
Andrew Decrescenzo Andrew Decrescenzo ... Bombman (voice)


A brave robot volunteers to combat the mechanoid minions of a mad scientist bent on world domination.

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Action | Drama | Sci-Fi


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Did You Know?


Rock plays Contra on the NES, released by Konami in 1987, the same year as Capcom's release of the original Mega Man. See more »


"In the scene" "where" Rock and Roll are talking in the kitchen, There is a mirror on a cabinet behind Roll reflecting the boom microphone. See more »


[Proto Man has brought a damaged Mega Man back to Dr. Light's lab]
Dr. Thomas Light: You're not staying?
Blues: It's a big world. I've got lots to do out there.
Dr. Thomas Light: You know, your core, I could fix that for you if you...
Blues: [firmly] No.
Dr. Thomas Light: Don't you know that you could die?
Blues: I don't care. I'd rather die than lose my free will.
Dr. Thomas Light: You know, you've got to understand... I mean...
Blues: I don't want to be like Rock or Roll. I don't want to be a machine to be programmed to do what they do. Thank you, but no thank you.
Dr. Thomas Light: Just as long as you always know ...
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I'm wondering how they got the okay from Capcom for this....
7 March 2011 | by tedebear34See all my reviews

When I saw this, I remembered thinking "Hmmm, I don't remember a Mega Man movie being released in 2010". And it became obvious pretty quickly why I hadn't heard of this. From the cinematography (calling it that is an insult to cinematographers everywhere) to the "Acting" to the vapid script and the very unspecial effects, this thing is a fiasco from the get go. There are two redeeming things about this movie: 1) it's free to view from the website (although I did have to pay for bandwidth. I want my 50 cents back) and 2) you'll never be hearing from any of these people ever again. Sometimes a movie is so bad that it's funny, but this is just so bad that it's BAD. I realize it's a low budget indie film, but so was Clerks. And where Clerks exhibited the unrefined talent of Kevin Smith, this mostly exhibits that some people shouldn't be allowed to buy video equipment. Maybe in time someone with make a Mega Man movie and when they do, it will qualify as the first one, because this thing hardly qualifies as a movie.

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Release Date:

15 May 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

MegaMan See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Production Co:

Sollar Systems Studios See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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