Maxpayne The Movie

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Could it be that we may end up with a movie based on a game that is actually pretty good?

Don’t hold your breath but this is looking pretty impressive.

Mark Walberg is in it which gives it some credibility to start and I don’t see Mr Boll anywhere which just adds to the appeal…

Last Updated: July 11, 2008

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • scotty777

    hmmm… which Max Payne is this one from? I mean, I don’t remember demons with big scary wings, do you? I’m sure i played all of them, dam, need memory gain ๐Ÿ™

    but at least I recognise Mona Sax ๐Ÿ˜›

    who’s Mark Walberg playing as? and when they gonna get a tall, rugged guy to play as Max???

  • Vamp

    I have hope for this one. Doesn’t look too bad at all.
    I sincerely hope the demon things are just part of a dream sequence tho, cause I’m kinda at a loss to where it fits in.

  • scotty777

    you think you lost??? I have no idea on which Max payne they following, and I just hope they use bullet time like in the matrix. But still, fingers crossed on the game,

  • Vamp

    It’s probably based on the first one, but ja, the demon thing is most likely (hopefully) just Hallucinations or something. They look pretty well-done tho, I must say. And
    the look/atmosphere of the film aint too bad either.
    Guess we’ll just have to wait and see. Fingers crossed.

  • Wesleigh

    according to wiki :

    Many of the characters and objects in the game are named after Norse gods; the drug that forms the basis of the plot is called Valkyr, after the goddesses who brings slain heroes to Valhalla, a name given to another location in the game.

    My guess is that they take it literally and show the slain being taken away.

  • Or it’s actually a game cross promo for Too Human ๐Ÿ˜‰

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