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Virtually Heroes (2013)

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Virtually Heroes is a 2013 American low-budget gamer film directed by G.J. Echternkamp, starring Robert Baker and Mark Hamill. Produced by Roger Corman, it made its world premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Adjusted for inflation, it is Roger Corman's cheapest film to date.


Two self-aware characters in a Call of Duty-inspired video game battle endless supplies of Vietcong, absurdly powerful level bosses and their own existential crises. With the help of Mark Hamill's Yoda-like monk, they attempt to win the game and get the girl.


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