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eHero (2018)

An up-and-coming video gamer faces his greatest challenge yet as he and his team must overcome a fiery gaming superstar, as well as their own battling egos, to win the ultimate video game championship.

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Joseph Procopio

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Joseph Procopio (screenplay by), Frank Procopio (screenplay by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Greg Hovanessian ... Tyler 'Pulse' Conway
Tim Progosh ... Scotty Malloy
Victor Verbitsky ... Dave 'Tank' Foreman
Chloe Rose ... Kate 'Mirage' Valery
Sean Astin ... Richard Brixton
Sean Colby ... Jonathan 'Phantom' Spencer
Landon Norris ... Steve 'Cranked' Wilson
Varun Saranga ... Wayne 'Ego' Levin
Ryan Taerk ... Chuck 'Chucky' Toland
Michael Boisvert ... Tyler Conway's Father
Brett Hallick Brett Hallick ... Young Tyler Conway
George Nickolas K. ... Intruder
Adrienne Wilson Adrienne Wilson ... Tyler Conway's Mother
Wei Dong Yuan Wei Dong Yuan ... Wei 'Inhale' Yuan
Wei Ming Yuan Wei Ming Yuan ... Wei 'Exhale' Yuan
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An up-and-coming video gamer faces his greatest challenge yet as he and his team must overcome a fiery gaming superstar, as well as their own battling egos, to win the ultimate video game championship.

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Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

25 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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CAD 1,100,000 (estimated)
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Aimed at Gamers, lacks the quality finish
31 May 2018 | by stonej6See all my reviews

First of all this film is not terrible. It's a film aimed at a specific market of gamers. You have never seen a film like this so specific towards gamers, I don't mean like ready player one either, I mean the life of an actual pro gamer going from tournament to tournament.

Now the story is ok, it's simple and easy to follow, there is some character and relationship development but not that deep. The acting is ok, nobody you recognise (Sean Aston cameo) and with the script they all did an ok job, the pace is quite good and I wasn't ever bored. I think in the right hands with a bigger budget this could have been a hit. For example use a real game like Overwatch or Fortnite and get a couple of established stars and this could have been quite successful. Unfortunately without that this falls to much into the OK category and for that reason won't be seen by many or get good enough reviews.

Worth noting the director is like 19 years old and did a solid job by the looks of production. If your a gamer or have an interest in a view of the professional gaming lifestyle then I would recommend watching this.


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