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The Lobo Paramilitary Christmas Special (2002)

Not Rated | | Action, Short, Comedy | May 2002 (USA)
The Easter Bunny is tired of being second-best to Christmas, so he hires Lobo aka The Main Man to take out Santa Claus in order for him to rule over the Holidays. But nothing goes as planned when The Main Man is involved.

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Michael V. Allen ...
Michael Goodrow ...
Cecil
Douglas Blakeslee ...
Roger
Charles Wyman ...
Byron
Jim O'Brien ...
Bartender
Chandler Levrich ...
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Rachel Moore ...
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The Easter Bunny is tired of being second-best to Christmas, so he hires Lobo aka The Main Man to take out Santa Claus in order for him to rule over the Holidays. But nothing goes as planned when The Main Man is involved.

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Action | Short | Comedy

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$2,400 (estimated)
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The stainless steel walls that are behind Santa Claus are flats that were donated to AFI studios. See more »

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Lobo: Ho, ho, ho!
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For all the children of the world See more »

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References The Blair Witch Project (1999) See more »

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Pretty good.
22 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

I've been a Lobo fan since the early 90's. And when I heard rumors about a Lobo movie comin' together, I was pretty thrilled.

Then I realized that a Lobo flick could not be made..ya know..no one could play da main man. And they would shoot it to fit pg-13.

Well, with that in mind I got used to the thought that there will be a sad excuse for a Lobo flick (if it ever would be made).

Making a long uninteresting story short. I found out there was a Lobo flick made by a student named Scott Leberecht, I really wanted to see it. It took time to find a copy (because all the laws around copyright and student project in general).

I saw it, and it was pretty okay, I thought it would be worse. The make up effects held great class...Lobo's muscle outline could have been better.

The acting and general shooting of the 13min flick had some probs. But hey, I did not expect so much. See it, it's not a great piece of work, but I have to give him cred for making it! There is a lot of fans out there (including me), and they all have expectations on a Lobo movie.

Andrew Bryniarski (seems to been picked to play Lobo in da big movie also) did a good job. But I think Lobo needs some more work to fit the big screen both acting wise and dialog.

Kisses /Lucy

7 / 10


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