10 Worst Video Game Inspired Movies
Films have a direct correlation to a video game franchise appear to have a clear path to success. An adoring fan base eager to buy tickets would seem to guarantee financial success. The advancements in computer generated graphics more easily bridge the game content to the big screen. The equation is primed for triumph. The following are ten adaptations that woefully missed the mark.
Dwayne Johnson and Karl Urban have rebounded from this pothole in both of their careers. Strict adherence to the game play of the Doom game franchise is not up for debate. The problem occurs when realism to the game sacrifices all semblance of plot and script. When an online stream of Doom game play rivals what a movie company delivers on the screen, bomb does not describe the power to numb the audience in this abomination.
Helicopters dancing in a myriad of explosions. That is it. The plot deviated greatly from any known game play idea in the Hitman series. Creative control decided to rely on pyrotechnics and nothing else. The audiences decided to save their money and stayed at home watching police chase videos on their televisions.