It is the 23rd Century. After the Leviathan War, humanity has fallen against the Colossius, an anthropoid xenophobic alien race that has conquered Earth and enslaved humans. In the ...
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It is the 23rd Century. After the Leviathan War, humanity has fallen against the Colossius, an anthropoid xenophobic alien race that has conquered Earth and enslaved humans. In the humanities last attempt to fight back, humanity has assembled a series of superhuman warriors known as Agents, but to become Agents, each subjects must undergo a series of test's that will ultimately prove their strength - This is the story of the one that got away.Written by
"Agent Killer: Origins" has flaws- and many of them, but that doesn't stop this cliché action packed sci-fi short from entertaining the hell out of you even with it's absurd $250 budget! Scenarios could have been better, actors could have been older, and story could have been less complicated. As first time director for a short film, Cesar Encalada has taken a very risky, yet ambitious responsibility to entertain his audience for 25 full minutes (especially with a film based on a comic book they created in there childhood apparently) and although he manages to nearly accomplish his goal, 25 minutes is a lifetime for an online crowd. Put simply, it's not the best short film out there, far from it, but with it's overly packed visual effects and silly background environments; "Origins" is still watchable, and better yet enjoyable from beginning to end.
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