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machinaprecis wrote:I thought that the Passion of the Christ was a really great adaptation of what it feels like to play Farmville.
I got a chuckle out of this one.
Spirits within was not based on a video game. Clearly whoever made this poll didn't know what they were doing.
Still single, can't imagine why.
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oprestol wrote:Why is no one talking about Mortal Kombat? I saw this in the theaters twice. At the time, there was nothing that compared to this in terms of quality, cinematography, soundtrack, or bad-ass-ness that was based on a video game. It was the first of these movies to treat the genre seriously. This is still a great movie.
I agree. There was some slight cheese to it and I felt the special effects looked pretty bad at certain times, but overall it is definitely my favorite video game turned live-action movie out of the batch.
I loved stuff like FF: The Spirits Within and Advent Children (and am a huge anime fan), but it feels like we're definitely talking live action here, not animation/anime. I think it's a lot harder to create a live action movie or TV series from a game than to create one through animation where you can pull off whatever you want with a fraction of the budget.
Metal is awesome, it's super-powerful and emotional, but at the end of the day we're dudes with long hair and guitars going "RAAAAAR!" -Devin Townsend
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I am actually surprised at how many people liked Silent Hill (the movie). I am one of the biggest SH fans you will meet. It is my absolute favorite series. I love listening every soundtrack, and LOVE Akira and Mary Elizabeth Mcglynn. Somehow, however, I didn't *love* the movie. It wasn't "bad", but I felt like it could have been better. They could have done so much more. Plus the female lead, though a talented actress, ruined it a little.
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