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There is no plot to PAC MAN!

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There is no plot to PAC MAN!

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That's right folks, there is no plot for Pac-Man. But with all these video game based box-office successes, like Doom, Resident Evil, Mortal Kombat, Super Mario Brothers and Tomb Raider, how can somebody resist turning Pac-Man into a movie?

Of course, it's going to take a little re-vamping. Instead of basing it off the failed 80s era cartoon, we're going to need to make it a little bit grittier. You see, Pac-Man has suddenly become aware of the fact that he lives inside of a video game, and gains reality bending powers from a mysterious black man wearing sunglasses and a trench coat. One of the ghosts, however, has a similar revelation. In order to fight this battle, Pac-man must train- and finds a school for "gifted sprites" run by Patrick Stewart. Pinky on the other hand, falls in with Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart's arch nemesis. This leads to a few dramatic fight scenes, which are interrupted when Bluey is enthralled by Jason Lee, who is playing a demon, and forced to seriously injure God while the supreme being is hunting up a good skee ball game. But the Rock, and his cadre of space marines storm in, just in time to stop the demon- but upon killing this demon, the Queen Demon is revealed, and only Sigourney Weaver stands a chance against it- but only if Pac-Man can lead her to a stash of Power Pellets. Will he manage it in time? This rollicking and irreverent comedy action flick is rated R for violence and strong language.
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