CyberWorld (2000)

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While our host hunts for destructive computer bugs, various shorts and clips of computer animation are featured.


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Directors:

Colin Davies , Elaine Despins

Writers:

Hugh Murray (story), Charlie Rubin (screenplay), Steven Hoban (screenplay), Hugh Murray (screenplay), Todd Alcott, Mark Smith (additional story work)

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6 September 2004 | michaelsibley416
enjoy yourself in this world
It is not necessary to use a lot of words when analyzing a film you really like. This is the case with "CyberWorld," one of the most impressive 3D movies I've seen.

"CyberWorld" has some of the best special effects I've seen a movie use. The animation was incredible to see because it is new and fresh. I didn't know what to expect from a movie that was playing at an IMAX theater; however, upon leaving the movie I was smiling because it was an out of this world experience that I will treasure for many years to come.

Watching "CyberWorld" was like taking a trip down memory lane because I remember watching each of the movies and television shows. I can only say you do not know what you are missing from a true movie experience if you don't try the IMAX experience. The IMAX experience is among the best I've ever seen and nothing has or will come close to the experience I had. To the credit of the animators and director, they made me feel like I was inside the film as part of the cast.

I always look for a plot in every movie I see because I feel that is the crux of everything. While "CyberWorld" lacked story, it made up for it with the effects and the host voiced by Jenna Elfman. I urge everyone to see "CyberWorld" because it appeals to all ages and contains incredible special effects.

If you get the chance to watch "CyberWorld," take it because you won't be disappointed.

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Genres

Animation | Short

Details

Release Date:

6 October 2000

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$278,199 8 October 2000

Gross USA:

$11,253,900

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$16,653,900

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