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    A Probe into Video Game Movies

    Article entitled: "A Probe into Video Game Movies"

    "How we gonna get in there? I got two words for you: Im-possible."
    We've been showering acclaim (or disapproval) on video game franchises
    such as Tomb Raider, Super Mario Bros, Resident Evil, Far Cry, and Max
    Payne for decades now. These franchises have been synnonoumous with
    the video games industry, and have also been household names for
    years. Video game franchises that have been entrenched in media
    ranging from video games, television, music, comic books, and movies.
    Even your grandmother knows who the legendary plumbers Mario and Luigi are, doesn't she? And if she doesn't, someone will probably remind her after I've published this article. But is legendary really the right
    adjective? As you may also remember these franchises as hilariously
    dreadful video game movie spin-offs. Yes! Who could forget how much of
    an abomination a movie Super Mario Bros was?"

    http://coupdegracebeta.blogspot.com/...me-movies.html

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    I want an Uncharted movie. Especially since the voice actors actually look like the characters they act for.


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