It Was Better As A Game: 15 Movies That Prove Hollywood Needs To Stop Taking Interest In Video Games

  • Nate

    Just because Silent Hill Revelations wasn’t a financial success meant it sucked as a movie. I went and saw it in 3D, and it was awesome! Are you sure they’re not making a 3rd? Because the ending left it open for a sequel. Honestly, I really don’t know why SHR got such bad press…the 3D was done really well, the movie was clearly made for 3D and not thrown together in a week, there were parts in the movie where stuff jumped out at me and I jumped! Sorry, but I disagree…keep making videogame movies, Hollywood!

    • guest

      I can tell your taste buds are right up where the sun doesn’t shine.

  • Jonathan A. Price

    If the movie is making money, it’s doing the job it’s intended to do. Hence, if anything, more directors probably need to take the Resident Evil approach to game-inspired filmmaking.

    • Muhammad Bilal Islam

      No thanks

  • Muhammad Bilal Islam

    Just because there has been terrible video game movies doesn’t mean they should stop making them. They should just start making good ones. They really need to let Neil Blomkamp do a Halo movie.

  • Muhammad Bilal Islam

    Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children is an awesome movie and is the best thing on this list. If live-action video game movies were anything like Advent Children, we would be in a much better spot.

  • guest

    As long as the likes of Paul W.S. Anderson, Andrzej Bartkowiak and Uwe Boll are around, there will never be a good video game movie.

    • John

      You forgot to include Michael J. Bassett.

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