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Mega Man X (2012) Short Film: Olan Rogers, Jim Chandle, Coty Galloway

Chris Hamburger Mega Man X

Mega Man X Short Film. Olan Rogers‘ Mega Man X (2012) short film stars Jim Chandle, Coty Galloway, and Chris Hamburger. Mega Man X‘s plot synopsis: “The beginning part of the video is a message Dr.Light records over 100 years ago, his lab is now abandoned. As the camera moves into the capsule you see a still running testing parameter where Mega Man X fights a hologram or drone in the form of Protoman.”

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Chris Hamburger Mega Man X

Chris HamburgerMega Man X

I like the first half of the short film better than the second half. The ending is cool as well. No bad for a film made on a budget of $700. Actually, its impressive.

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The reason I chose to use Protoman, was for the mystery surrounding him it’s never officially said what happens to him. So after this test ends with a charged blast from X he faces a choice to kill but he chooses to show mercy, After which a hologram appears telling him that his testing is done. What isn’t seen is who brought him out of the capsule which of course is Dr.Cain, maybe for another time. 🙂

This isn’t a perfect video I understand this, this is all independently made I didn’t have a lot of money but I decided to do it anyway I had 700 dollars, two green sheets, an amazing prop maker, two actors who worked for free because I didn’t have enough money to pay them, they still gave 110% and one awesome friend who busted his butt on the animation side. Thank you for taking the time to watch and for your support. I HOPE!!!! I did this game justice!

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Source: Slashfilm

 

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