Some people think they're a new art form; others see them as adolescent time-killers. Whatever they are, video games don't make good models for feature films (mostly because their interactive essence is lost), and their clumsy transfer to the big screen continues to invite all kinds of speculation -- not much of it complimentary. Is the entertainment industry so completely devoid of fresh ideas that it must embrace this new form of recycling? Is there no limit to pandering? What bastard child results from the momentary insertion of joystick... More >>>