It’s bad enough that eleven-year-old TIMMY is constantly bullied at school by KURT and his entourage, but when he’s exposed of secretly acting out his superhero fantasies, he quickly becomes the laughingstock of the entire school. But everything changes when three-inch-tall human beings from another planet visit Timmy and persuade him to come along to help them fight evil robots. Timmy is excited, travels through a traversable wormhole and arrives at the miniature planet “Phi” where his size makes him an instant PACIFIC RIM GIANT.
In the new world, Timmy learns about two multi-million metropolises who fight each other using high tech humanoid robots. Timmy shall protect their city by going to war against tens of thousands of miniature androids. Once Timmy gets a glimpse of his own steel armored, badass superhero suit, his wildest dreams come true and he accepts the mission! After some training lessons, Timmy goes on a rampage of destruction and successfully obliterates entire armies of death machines. During the second phase of the war, Timmy enters hostile territory in order to destroy the enemy’s robotic assembly plant. But just when Timmy is about to annihilate a tower, he spots a two-inch-tall android on the roof that bravely confronts him with a cardboard sword. It turns out that the android is eleven-year-old CLARISSA, who not only fantasizes about being a superhero herself, but also happens to be the President’s daughter. Clarissa manages to convince Timmy that he’s fighting for the wrong side and gets him to reverse his action and fight against the dictator who recruited him in the first place.
Timmy is celebrated as a freedom fighter throughout the planet Phi and travels back to Earth, but not before getting valuable advice from the President on how to win an election. Back in the classroom, Timmy runs, with newfound confidence, for class president. Through a compelling speech, Timmy sways the vast majority of students, wins the election and even manages to inspire the meanest bully, Kurt, to take a stand and become a protector of the weak.