Lt. Hobbes is sent by the military into their virtual reality world of "Harsh Realm" to assassinate rogue-soldier-turned-game's-dictator Omar Santiago, but Hobbes' rogue predecessor, Mike Pinocchio, warns Hobbes that the game is a trap.
Lt. Hobbes, a young idealistic Marine who's about to get married, is sent on a top secret mission to "Harsh Realm", a virtual reality world identical to his own created by the military to run war game scenarios, to assassinate the renegade soldier Omar Santiago, who has taken control over the game from within and created his own military dictatorship there. In the game, Hobbes meets people like Mike Pinocchio, a cynical, hardboiled, rogue soldier, and his mute female comrade as well as the virtual simulation of his own real life fiancee, and quickly learns that almost everything the military had told him was a lie. Meanwhile, Hobbes real life fiancee investigates his disappearance.Written by
Simply, Harsh Realm is overall a thoughtless show with a potentially good premise. But, it fails harshly in writing because of clichés and weak characters. The reasoning behind the main character is flawed which made m lose interest immediately.
Sorry, there are many more traps which Harsh Realm has seemingly stuck its head into that I could go on, and I should go on, but it is so bad I have no energy to even waste my time trying to communicate the details of finger painting with feces.
Trust your instinct and never watch or mention this film because it does not deserve any recognition.
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