Lana X: The Labybot is a 2003 El Kadsreian sci-fi action tokuatsu film directed by Pasi Peure, written by Fred Abrams, produced by El TV Kadsre Films and Toei Company and it was distributed by El TV Kadsre Films and it was released on July 13, 2003. It is the 33rd Technic Heroes installment. It is the first Lana X movie. It is the first Technic Heroes movie to have main female character.
Lana X, the female ladybot starts with a creation of female superpowers with the chooseable rainbow supercolors and butterflies. Where she lives in El Kadsre City and trips to going Sentan, Japan and Philippines occasionally. When they meet Lana X's friends at the University of El Kadsre to teach her professional technic powers.
The evil Team Virake and Junori with her leader Aliquez and alien robots tries to take over El Kadsre, Sentan, Japan and Philippines, destroys the Lana X's world, kidnapping friends including Josh, hypnotizing the teams, and steals Lana X's things, items, armor, diamonds, and powers. Also they attempt to assassinate Lana X.
Lana X would need to rescue friends, save things, train`and regain her powers by destroying Team Virake, Junori, Dark Combat, alien robots, and her leader Aliquez using her powers, lasers, and sparks with her teams.
- Kelly Sanchez as Lana Reeve/Lana X
- Michael Fordham as Andrew Andres
- Krisse Swift as Julianna Reeve
- Catherine De Leon as Hannah Reeve
- Nick Johnson as Josh Anderson
- Jojie Marco as Isabel Ricketts
- Nancy Davis Lopez as Aliquez
- Shinkto Migori as Jazz-Kun
- Hakari Yamashita as Tracy
- Marcel Casey as Egozo
- Bea Alonzo as Young Filipina student
Production and releaseEdit
The film was released on DVD, VHS, SP-VHS, MovieTime, Netflix and digital download on November 2003 while the extended version released on January 26, 2005 as part of the Technic Heroes Extended Pack Volume 3. The film was released on Blue-ray disc on October 14, 2008.
The film has positive reviews. The film was commercially successful. This led to the sequel released in 2004.
The film was popular for younger Technic Heroes users.