Games that would work well as a movie - an IFDB Poll

by Karl Ove Hufthammer
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As a contrast to games with impossible-to-film moments, which games do you think would work well if they were adapted to the big screen, either as a feature film or a short film (live action or animation)?

A game might work well because it has an interesting or cinematic story, well-developed characters, exciting action sequences, clever plot twists, funny dialogue, or perhaps a marvellous setting (you have an unlimited budget)†≠Ė itís up to you.

Games based on a book that has already been turned into a movie (e.g., The Hobbit) are obvious, but not very interesting, candidates, so letís exclude them. But if a game has major changes from the book (e.g., 80†Days) or is an original story inspired by a book or a book series (e.g., a new Sherlock Holmes mystery), feel free to include it.

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Border Zone, by Marc Blank
1 vote
(No comment) [+]...

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Time: All Things Come to an End, by Andy Phillips
1 vote
"My review is titled "I want to see this movie!"" [+]...

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Delusions, by C. E. Forman
1 vote
"An Inception-like simulation-within-simulation plot perhaps. " [+]...

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Anchorhead, by Michael Gentry
1 vote
(No comment) [+]...

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The Duel That Spanned the Ages, by Oliver Ullmann
1 vote
"Fast-moving plot, lots of action and a mecha of sorts." [+]...

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