I had the (increasingly) rare free moment today, and I was able to spend it by doing what I do best, and that’s go to the movies. Today’s movie selection is the action thriller Source Code. The Summit Entertainment production stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, and Jeffrey Wright. I had seen commercials and trailers for this movie for a while, and I was intrigued to… Continue
May 28, 2010, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time has been released. The spectacular picture for the ordinary viewers, a ground for criticizing for the game fans and cinema admirers. The beautiful movie saturated with the Eastern spirit.
First of all, the key character: Jake Gyllenhaal has incarnated the image of Prince. The funniest critique… Continue
Added by Jane Reeves on June 8, 2010 at 8:33am —
As a kid who grew up with various video game consoles to occupy my time and escape from actually having to go outside and physically exert myself, I am quite familiar with the Prince of Persia hfranchise. It had a cool character, wicked acrobatics, and creative gameplay that
made you love to abuse its time changing powers. Naturally, it was only
a mater of time before an adaptation was made for it, which resulted…
Not since the first Mortal Kombat movie (whether you chose to believe it or not), has a videogame property been made into a faithful and successful film. True, the Resident Evil series has had financial successes in the box-office but fans of the videogame franchise have left unsatisfied and wanting.
For the sake of getting a headache, I am not going to post, write, or even mention the slew of films Uwe Boll produced (for obvious reason). And I think the Street Fighter…
If you own a epic gaming console such as the Ps3 is nowadays, you've heard of Prince of Persia. But I remember this saga from yeeeeeears back. Shit is as old as I am! Was a load of unwashed cock and balls until Sands of Time came out on the PC, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube and Xbox.
Me being an true gamer, with the metal to burn shit alive, owned and still do the GameCube and PC versions. Back when I owned a PC... But the motherfucker is used as a doorstop now. Long live… Continue