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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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The characters begin by being one dimensional, and proceed to being completely generic. Stock teenagers #1-4 are joined by robot #1 to fight bad-guy #5. Every episode we just mow down waves of unnamed minions. I think the comparisons to Power Rangers are somewhat unfair, as the rangers always had a unique monster to fight, in the same way, every episode. Ten episodes in, and I can't even remember the names of the Teenagers with Attitude. They make that much of an impression.
The ReBoot name tricked me into giving the first release a full watch, hoping that there would be something to like. Every episode got progressively dumber and dumber until the finale: when the show decided to directly insult the classic fan base.
I really feel I should invoice Rainmaker for the time I spent trying to like this cinematic bowl of cream of wheat. It was at best, bland. I guess some of the robot's faces were kinda funny?
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