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Anyone seen The Rock's Doom?
I don't care...
There's a Video game of it on PS 3...
Hence... it counts... mofo...
I liked the Sonic movie. Saw it with my sis and her kids. They loved it and have never played a Sonic game. That says a lot.
I agree with the article, MK is still the best video game adaptation ... But that's not saying much.
Sonic is the bizarro world version of the game movie: the movie is good but the game sucks.
Sonic games were actually on a pretty good streak until Forces came out and sucked.
I'd still genuinely agree/feel Mortal Kombat is/remains the best.
I can watch it so many times and still enjoy it. Favorite scene is still Reptile versus Liu Kang fight. Everyone at the theater went wild yelling "Daaaammmmnn!" when Liu flew threw that brick wall from high-energy Reptile's first jump kick! (P. S. Reptile got robbed I say! Liu got his butt whooped, shouldn't have been able to win in the end after that for the sake of good-guys-always-win plot standard, lol).
Great soundtrack for most scenes, can never go wrong with Christopher Lambert in, or Cary Tagawa, etc. Perfect action movie start to finish, really. But the sequel?? An abomination with some cool fights now and then...
Silent Hill for me. Haven't watched Sonic or Detective Pikachu.
Edit: if CGI counts, I thought FF: Kingsglaive was excellent.
There was also Sonic Boom
PS: I don't like any Sonic game
I enjoyed a lot of the Resident Evil series for what it was.
It's a movie you gotta turn your brain off before watching but so are the videogames. What was goofy but still credible in a B-movie sense in the three first games' plot completely jumped the shark with Matrix Wesker in Code Veronica. I guess they just couldn't leave the dude alone dead in the tyrant or boiler room in the first game. Who cares if the movies have nothing to do with the games, the games have nothing to do with themselves.
Still I'd want to see the Romero version of Resident Evil, which, if you look past the "muh game accuracy" aspect, is also a pretty bad script.