Video Games: The Movie
From executive producer Zach Braff and director Jeremy Snead, "Video Games: The Movie" is an epic feature length documentary chronicling the meteoric rise of video games from nerd niche to multi-billion dollar industry. Narrated by Sean Astin and featuring in-depth interviews with the godfathers who started it all, the icons of game design, and the geek gurus who are leading us into the future, "Video Games: The Movie" is a celebration of gaming from Atari to Xbox and an eye-opening look at what lies ahead.
- Category:History, Animation, Mythological
- Stars:Sean Astin, Zach Braff, Al Alcorn, Peter Armstrong, Cliff Bleszinski, Jim Brown, Nolan Bushnell, Louis Castle, Ernest Cline, David Crane, Warren Davis, Chloe Dykstra, Donald Faison, Brian Fargo, Reggie Fils-Aime,
- Director:Jeremy Snead,
- Writer:Jeremy Snead
Video Games: The Movie, a documentary aiming at entertainment and educating the audiences about how video games are made, marketed, and consumed by looking back at the history and culture of playing game through the view of game developers, publishers, and consumers. The film is not only just about the gaming industry, but also something that contains more ambition; the question of gamers, the game-manufacturer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Video Games: The Movie torrent reviews
(es) wrote: I had a decent time here. I've gotta say I love Dax, so I'm a little biased towards the film just because he's the main character, but that aside, it really wasn't a bad film. It's something you can just go in to, laugh at the characters, the dick jokes and the chemistry between Shepard and Pena. It's definitely something I'd watch again. I really love the buddy cop genre and CHiPS fits in well. The pacing was fine and the humour was in high doses. If you love Dax, go watch the movie. Heck, watch the movie if you like funny movies!
(nl) wrote: Pleasant indie rom con. Especially notable is the performance by Peter Dinklage.
(au) wrote: Not as good as the first episode~
(kr) wrote: Not as funny as I expected
(ag) wrote: Infiniment superieur au premier episode (deja magistral), ce deuxieme volet de la trilogie Infernal Affairs est une veritable tragedie ambitieuse et passionnante, mise en scene par un duo (Andrew Lau & Alan Mak) en etat de grace. Les quatre acteurs principaux sont parfaits, la musique est fantastique... Le tout en moins de 2h? Un chef d'oeuvre, assurement.
(nl) wrote: The atmosphere of the movie was cryptic. Which I liked. Although the movie was very predictable as the story unfolded. The characters were shallow, so I didn't care about them while watching. Scenes in the movie seemed overly dramatic with the music and multiple cut shots. Finally, the end of the movie provided no closure. It was a limp noodle ending. Who survived? Well we will never know. At this point I just wanted the movie to be over anyways. Started out with promise but really dragged at the end. I rented this movie. Would I buy it? Nope. Would I recommend it to others, sure if they could rent it for a dollar and two quarters.
(ag) wrote: Stupid trailer trash version of the original.
(kr) wrote: Not as good as the first, but it's ok.
(it) wrote: A great Tragicomedy about the Old Problem with Green Card Marriages and let them work
(us) wrote: My personal favorite James Bond movie of all time.
(ru) wrote: Not my fave, but it was worth watching!
(au) wrote: Another Carry On film. All at sea.
(de) wrote: Extremely predictable.
(kr) wrote: Odd story. Good acting, but could have used more character elopement. Interesting twist at end. Leaves you cold. Lots of homosexuality.