Cybermutt Release Date: 2003 Genre: Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi Director: George Miller (Andre, Robinson Crusoe) Writer: Kevin Commins & Gerald Sanford (upcoming The Keeper) Starring: Judd Nelson, Ryan Cooley, Michelle Nolden “Wow, bullies stealing lunch money. That’s pretty unimaginative, isn’t it?” – Ryan Tooley, describing both the bullies and the script. You know how […]

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Cybermutt
Release Date: 2003
Genre: Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi
Director: George Miller (Andre, Robinson Crusoe)
Writer: Kevin Commins & Gerald Sanford (upcoming The Keeper)
Starring: Judd Nelson, Ryan Cooley, Michelle Nolden

“Wow, bullies stealing lunch money. That’s pretty unimaginative, isn’t it?” – Ryan Tooley, describing both the bullies and the script.

You know how unbelievable it is when a movie character seems to be capable of every skill known to be man without putting forth much effort? If you answered yes, I wouldn’t recommend that you watch Cybermutt. Even if you answered no, or if you had no idea what I was talking about, I still don’t think you should eagerly anticipate Blockbuster’s opening so you can pick it up.

In Cybermutt, Judd Nelson is an entrepreneur who lost everything he had in the dot-com collapse. Okay, believable. He’s also a genius scientist who has pioneered a secret, experimental study on body healing. Not so believable. But wait. Not only is he a scientist, but also has somehow been able to fund this exploration despite the lack of funds, which includes a huge laboratory and many expensive inventions. A little more skeptical. So not only does a scientist who lost his money in the dot-com collapse have money to afford a laboratory, he’s also created a superchip that somehow is connected to every computer in the world. And for whatever reason, this scientist who lost everything in the dot-com collapse, yet still has a lot of money, who was also able to create a superchip, decides that his invention would best be put to use in a FUCKING DOG.

And not just any dog. It’s the one that belongs to Nino (Ryan Cooley, who is the best actor here, of “Degrassi: The Next Generation” fame), a pre-teen who recently lost his father. As a result, he cries and cries at night. As if things aren’t worst enough, he’s a spineless twit, so naturally, he is repeatedly bullied at school. The only avenue he can seek solace in is the companionship he was with the dog that, naturally, soon gets wrecked by a car. Once he gets the dog back thanks to Nelson’s scientific techniques, he couldn’t be happier. That is, until a group of know-nothing bad guys begin to wreck havoc. This leads us down a boring, typical tale that I just saw two weeks ago with Most Xtreme Primate. And Primate had a chimp who snowboarded. This dog doesn’t even skateboard. Phhhhh….

Plus, do you mind if I ask why the bad guys feel the need to take the Cybermutt alive? They want the computer chip in his head. Put a God damn bullet in his head and fish it out. Simple.

Ahhh, such a humanitarian I am.

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