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ReBoot: TGC follows the journey of four teenagers, Austin, Parker, Tamra, and Trey. On their first day at Alan Turning High, these unsuspecting teens discover they've been preselected to become the Next-Generation Guardians of Cyberspace with a mission to save the world - by defending it in cyberspace. With the help of VERA, an artificial intelligence bio-constructed as a teenage girl, ReBoot: TGC's heroes digitize into cyberspace where they use their code-based powers to combat viruses unleashed by a merciless hacker. Known only as the 'Sourcerer', this devious hacker seeks to rule the world by controlling cyberspace, and it's up to the Guardians to stop him.Written by
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I have watched this entire series on Netflix. The main characters are largely forgettable. After watching 10 episodes I barely remember the red one and the girl's name. As for Vera, out of the entire cast, she was probably the most memorable character and mostly because of her eccentricity was akin to Mork from Ork. This show pretends to portray messages then falls short of ever doing so. Although they are fighting these villains, it feels like there is no true moral compass. During their jaunts in cyberspace the main characters have no qualm in terminating the lives of innocent binomes just because they happen to be in their way, whereas in the original television program of the 90's the message portrayed was that every life had value as demonstrated by Dot Matrix's incredible show of character in the "Firewall" episode. The emphasis of this show seems to be on the children jumping around yelling hackneyed catchphrases while destroying their enemies. The characters brought back from the original series, although similar, are blatantly different from their portrayal in the original show. Megabyte is little more than an inept lackey, Hexadecimal seems quite underpowered, and the CGI animation of all the characters seems lazy. The series is at all times predictable and completely without substance, or soul. This new program seems to attempt to try to do so many things at once that it falls short of every mark. While borrowing elements from many other successful programs from the 90's and riding on a widely popular franchise with a cult following, it just is not memorable in and of itself. This show will not even be a footnote for many who watch it.
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