Mark Wahlberg Is Indeed Max Payne

Received this in me inbox a few moments ago. I really hope you’re able to click on the links on the poster. If not I suggest you click here to view the Max Payne graphic novel.

I never find films sourced from computer games any good. Unless you know of any good ones.

Fingers crossed for a Zelda trilogy.

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    movie fan 20th October 2008

    i suspect the storyline for Max Payne is a lot more exciting when it’s happening in the form of a video game… except for those few exciting parts that i already saw in the preview, it was a snoozefest

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    Sledge 20th October 2008

    I agree.
    Taking a dense (sometimes player driven) multi-stranded plot of a videogame to the big screen never works.


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