Ah, Asian cartoons. So many people think they are the best thing ever, and so many others despise them. Of course, like western animation, there are both good and bad productions. This is possibly the worst.
STORY: Hero Guy, Bland Girl, and Professor Science all get sucked into a video game. Inside, they encounter the Villain (Vampire?) Guy, who plans to take over the world. At first, our heroes are trapped in the villains' base, being forced to compete with each other. After escaping, they wander around for a while, and Hero Guy meets a 2 foot tall robot chick who has a crush on him. She's supposedly a bad guy but ends up on the good side. Anyway, they all destroy the Big Bad and return to the normal world. Oh, and there's a black guy named, uh... Black John. Who has giant lips. I guess there aren't enough black people in Korea for them to care. Overall, it's an OK plot for a sci-fi fantasy. However, it is definitely a ripoff of "Tron." (820)
CHARACTERS: Nothing further to say after that. They have no personality, so this section stays mostly empty. I'm not exaggerating either, they could swap the lines of two characters regularly, and I'd never know. (020)
ANIMATION: The art is OK, if a bit bland (and ripping off Tron's visual style). The frame rate is average for a Japanese or Korean cartoon, that is, somewhat lower than in America. Voices don't match lip sync at all, but it's a dub so I won't fault it for that. Action is all right, though the animators don't like drawing it, and like to avoid doing so. Not too much to complain about here, but nothing really good.. (1020)
SOUND: All the voices seem to be done by the same two people, one male, and one female. They don't vary their voices at all, they use crappy recording equipment, and they know ABSOLUTELY NOTHING about acting. Not any emotion either. I don't think they even read the script before recording. This is possibly the worst aspect of the whole thing. Again, it's a dub, but this is just pathetic! Imagine a third grade play where no one knows their lines and they don't act at all. Fortunately, you can rage at this without any hurt feelings. Also, the opening titles literally steal a few bars of Star Wars music. (020)
ENTERTAINMENT: Not quite entertaining, even from badness. The film moves very slowly, has lots of segues from the story that we don't care about, no characterization, and the worst audio ever. Luckily, there is a MST-style version available ("It Came From Public Domain"), which makes it watchable.
Review by finnfriends from the Internet Movie Database.