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I am a big fan of AVGN. I've been watching him from about 2011. I've seen every single AVGN episode quite a couple of times. When i heard about AVGN movie I was like holy cow i must watch it! But then when i did watch it, it was a disappointment. So let's start with the good things: The acting is OK, the lighting is good, the camera-work is OK too. I liked the 8-bit style soundtrack as well. Also the effects, while not great, are quite impressive, cause they are not done in CG. And... that's it. The rest sucks. Nerd himself isn't funny at all (i've never found him to be very funny in the first place) and he reminded me of MJ from Moonwalker (The opening scene). I don't know if it was intentional or not, but he seems to treat himself like a god and say: look at me! So yeah he sucks. However, his black sidekick Cooper is way worse... You might be wondering who is Cooper? Well, I don't know really. The only things we know are that his name is Cooper, he lives with his mom and he is a video game reviewer and calls himself The Rad Video Game Dude or something like that. There's actually nothing to say about the other characters. They are not funny and not very interesting. So yeah, the writing is this film's biggest sin. The movie is quite boring and there are scenes which don't go anywhere. Like the scene where Cooper talks nonsense about the world being flat and stuff like that. I was disappointed to NOT see Mike Matei or Kyle Justin in the movie... Oh wait, we do see them for 5 DAMN SECONDS...... I wouldn't mind at all if Mike was James's sidekick. He's not a bad actor. But then again, I don't think he needed a sidekick in the first place. He's The Nerd god dammit, he works alone! So that's pretty much all I can say about this movie. Sadly, I can't even recommend it for the most loyal fans of the AVGN series.
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