After Mortum mutates into a terrible, souless robot zombie, he plans to absorb the brainwaves of the humanity and spread his techno-virus over the entire Earth. It is up to Max and his new team of superheroes - C.Y.T.R.O, La Fiera and Tempestra - to defeat Mortum and save the world. However, after Max's friends are infected by Mortum's virus, he must battle them to freed them from Mortum's control. Will Max be able to stop this villain and save the world from the Technopocalypse?
Part 1: https://youtu.be/fS44pXkhx0M
Part 2: https://youtu.be/ThGz3uP_GZM
Part 3: https://youtu.be/iTHRn1EAnhY
Part 4: https://youtu.be/7JxHSiBSNr0
Part 5: https://youtu.be/glHSpL_BxZI
Part 6: https://youtu.be/9t5OnendFY8
Part 7: https://youtu.be/xu17FjEjvms
The movie was amazing. I was spechless after I finished watching it. Mortum's 'techno-zombotic' form had incredible powers and the character itself had a consistent goal unlike other villains. The design of the new modes, including Mortum's Turbo Modes were amazing and the plot had some good twists. I was expecting this robot zombie thing being a way sillier, but it was one of the coolest things that ever happened to the series.
Again, with other films, N-Tek is absent and I feel that this is a problem. We don't hear anything of what happens with Jim, Molly, Berto or other N-Tek agents, but this is most likely of the budget (c'mon, a film with 66 minutes, that would be expensive as hell with that fluid animation). Also, Max used his Hunter Mode for like, five minutes and never used it again. It only fits with this apocalyptic universe I think, and that is a problem. Max got some good modes on his arsenal but he never uses them, or in this case, he only uses the mode for 5 minutes and never use it again.
Overall, I give it 8/10. Mortum is the highlight of the movie and got some really good moments and dark speeches (the fact that the Connect Tek is encrusted on his brain and he is practically a soulless monster? Yeah, that's enough) and so far, it was the darkest film of the whole series. My favorite part was when Mortum's nephew said his origins. MAN ... connecting a device directly to your brain and converting yourself into a god-like being? Now that's what I'm talking, I want 100 of these.
The team made a good job on the film and the execution was amazing despite its flaws.
Also, did anyone noticed that Mortum got glowing nipples on his last form?