YMMV: Overdrawn at the Memory Bank

  • Acceptable Targets: Anteaters?
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: The scene where Apollonia pretends to be Venus and gives Fingal the "stone" tablets
  • Designated Hero: Fingal. Consider: Novicorp is trying to find his body. They're trying to help him. He has no clear reason to try and take them down, and they don't start sending cyber-thugs after him until his unprovoked attack. They even keep trying to find his body after he turns against them. Oh yes, and he also wreaks havoc with the global weather system, no doubt killing hundreds. This could actually qualify HIM as the villain!
    • Well, they're not looking for his body because they're all that worried for his well-being, they're doing it because once word got out that someone lost their body while doppling their stock prices started to plummet (Not speculation— this comes from a scene cut out of the MST version). Once the chairman decides that Fingal is more trouble than he's worth his first reaction was to (effectively) just kill him instead.
  • Designated Villain: Novicorp and the Fat Chairman. They get on Fingal's case because he spends his time watching movies instead of working, but they don't fire him, they effectively make him take a vacation. But we know the Mega Corp. is evil because it's very successful, and the Chairman is evil because he looks like the ancestor of the Baron Harkonnen
    • It's pretty clear that the Chairman has something big planned for when they've buried Lexicorp once and for all. ("WE. WILL. WIN!") Not that the movie can be bothered to explain what the something is.
  • Fridge Horror: The moment you realize, this movie was "made possible from viewers like you" yep, the general public paid for this movie out of their own pockets.
  • Ham and Cheese: It might have been the first time Raul turned in an enjoyably hammy performance in a movie far beneath his talents, and it certainly wouldn't be the last.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight: Thanks to advances in technology, "scrolling up cinemas" is now a big problem in offices.
  • Narm: Too many things to choose from, though the one thing that sticks out is this movie's hatred of anteaters.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: The short story was pretty good and definitely could have made a good movie.