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This year Jerri was unfortunately absent, but in her place was a food truck. They also had the group Polycade set up a bunch of arcade-style kiosks where any E3 attendee could hang out and play games Devolver had on offer. Along with the arcade was a large TV showing off a game that was, on the first day of the show, being ignored.

It was late in the day, and the Devolver lot was full of people hanging out and having a free drink — the arcade stands were occupied, but this TV had been left alone, even though it had an accompanying couch and seating was at a premium.

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But that's just because they, appropriately, lean toward trashiness over respectability. In reality, some video game movies are good, and some of them are really, really bad. Let's sort them out, by ranking all the video game movies through "Sonic the Hedgehog. And it's as much of a joke as you'd expect a feature-length ad to be.

When neo-Nazis embrace your cartoonyou probably did something wrong. Which is bad news, because most of the acting in a "Silent Hill" movie demands reacting to all the weird things the characters encounter. That's all I have to say about it. To its credit, the movie version goes for that, keying into the game's ideas and vision and broadening it into a visual approach that's generally kind of interesting. It can't quite hold it all together, though. But the rest of it, unfortunately, is just an affront to humanity.

Though it tried something interesting with CGI animation in the early s, the movie struggles under the weight of a lot of nsfw gay game that never gets properly explained, wooden character animations, and dull performances in spite of an all-star cast.

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But this movie can't even get that right. It's ificantly less morally repugnant than the first one, but it's certainly still, ah, problematic in a lot of ways. That's a very video game approach to take, but not a good result. It's hard to tell, honestly, considering it felt like half its plot was left on the cutting-room floor. Ironically, he's been pretty good acting in actual video games lately. But hey, Scott Wolf. In this case, the random splicing of clips from the "House of the Dead" gameplay between shots.

Sounds about right, considering it's a barrage of nonsense fantasy concepts that it just assumes the audience already understands. Though the movie achingly recreates in-game locations, anyone who hasn't sunk a whole lot of hours into playing "World of Warcraft" gets left behind by the plot.

The video game connection feels incidental, though.

So it's one of the better ones. Probably the most amusing fantasy cast you could imagine, turning an Uwe Boll nightmare into something that's extremely watchable ironically. Watchability goes a long way on a list like this where most of the movies are terrible. And surprisingly, it's not that bad! This is a movie that won't make a lick of sense if you haven't played one or two of the games it's based on. But I have played all of the games, and I found it to be a reasonably entertaining action flick. It's definitely pretty dumb, though.

I can't imagine why anybody would dislike that. But honestly, this movie has a better story than any of the game s. And it's one of the better modern zombie movies. Sure, that source material is trashy and exploitative, but it always came with a wink.

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This movie comes with about a thousand winks. This is that "Pokemon" movie. An adaptation of the game that rebooted the video game franchise, to reboot the movie franchise, has some solidly movie-like source material to work from. It does a pretty good job of capturing the spirit of the survivor-focused "Tomb Raider" and has some cool action sequences besides, but a lack of characterization for Lara and a rushed story mean it's just never very memorable.

It's perfectly enjoyable. It was a good move, as the film embraces all sorts of weird monsters but turns the franchise into something very different from the source material. It's telling that the games would eventually start to ape the movies. The movie adds a sci-fi storyline about gene editing, an evil corporation, a friendly gorilla and The Rock, and the are largely goofy fun.

It's an excuse to watch a foot wolf, foot gorilla and foot crocodile climb buildings in Chicago and wreck stuff, and in that way, it's pretty faithful to the game that spawned it. Much of the movie legitimately hits on some creepy vibes before it careens into a climax that includes a first-person viewpoint sequence that makes you wonder why anyone plays video games at all. Those games don't exactly have normal story elements like "dialogue" or "themes.

Raul Julia, that's how. As the story's villain, he's having an absolute blast the entire time, with a cast that just as often also leans into their goofy video game characters. Paul W. Iain Glenn is back from the third movie for a chance to be super ridiculously evil again, and we finally get a reason for this zombie apocalypse.

Anderson directed the first "Resident Evil," then left the director's chair to someone else -- until he returned for "Afterlife. This is a movie that actually makes great use of 3D to look awesome. This movie is like shockingly sharply written. In a lot of ways, it feels like they made a "Jump Street" movie geared toward children. It's an absolute blast. The reason why people generally have such a low perception of video game movies is because they very rarely take themselves seriously.

But "Detective Pikachu" is hellbent on just being a real movie, and somehow it works incredibly well. A trash masterpiece that doesn't get enough credit for being gorgeous, and an easy choice for the best video game movie ever.

There have a been a lot of bad video game movies — and a handful of gems. As a class of adaptations, video game movies don't get a lot of respect. I agree with TheWrap's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and provide my consent to receive marketing communications from them. View In Gallery. To continue reading for free, provide your below.