| Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
During production,James Rolfe,the director, had a miniature rocket ship that caught too much smoke and resulted in his security system calling the fire department all at three in the morning.
Only a gamer would jump at nothing to find a hidden block. But something tells me you're not just some gamer, but thee gamer.
At the Las Vegas casino, Mandi is seen playing a 'One Armed Bandit' fruit machine. A close up shot of the machine shows that she wins the 777 Jackpot but, when the camera angle changes to show her celebrating, the machine shows 3 random fruits, which is actually not a win at all.
The producers wish to thank all those who made this film possible and most importantly...you the fans!
The end credit sequence, along with a scene of the Nerd being transported down from the spaceship, was re-edited, using real footage from the E.T. video game, into a standalone episode. In the movie, due to copyright claims, the game is called Eee Tee. All gameplay of games shown in the film is recreated animated graphics, made to resemble the original games. Actual gameplay for the E.T. game was recorded, and then given to the animators during post-production to recreate with slightly different graphics. In the Movie a sequel to Eee Tee, titled Eee Tee 2, makes an appearance and is comprised of 3D animated graphics, emulating the original video game.
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