A New Bench Mark on Bad Movie Ideas: The Tetris Movie

tetris box

Video games have inspired some well received, well reviewed, and inspired Hollywood blockbusters such as House of the Dead, Dungeon Siege, Mortal Kombat, and Need for Speed. Alright, that sentence would be nearly impossible to say with a straight face. Recently we have seen several movies based off of various board games, action figures, and video games, and apparently that trend is not going away. Now Threshold Entertainment and The Tetris Company have announced that they will be working on a Tetris movie (yes, the puzzle game where you match up the blocks). Don’t worry though, they have said that they will treat the apparently Sci-Fi inspired plot very seriously. Threshold Entertainment previously made the Mortal Kombat movies, but on the plus side director Uwe Bole, known for making awful video game inspired movies, is not currently attached to the project!



About Boy Danger

I have many interests including clay sculpture, art, music, reading, writing, movies, and video games. I am hoping to share these interests through my blog and find other people interested in these things as well.
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2 Responses to A New Bench Mark on Bad Movie Ideas: The Tetris Movie

  1. Nathan says:

    Don’t forget about the Super Mario Bros. movie. Trust the fungus! Actually, that one was mostly disappointing because I think there was potential for a good Mario movie. Tetris…not so much.


    • Boy Danger says:

      I’m not sure how I felt about that movie when I was younger, though older me would just assume that a Mario movie could not work. I mostly remember guys with tiny heads were “goombas” and at some point the mario brothers got “jump boots”. But still, probably more potential for a good Mario movie than a tetris movie.


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