Activision Blizzard: Always Striving To Take Money From Fans In The Most Disappointing Way Possible
Blizzard managed to take ten years to create an unsatisfactory film with a plot completely unrelated to the original story and with visual effects similar to the hallucinations after drinking two cups of mushroom tea. I always think that developing a film based on a game is difficult because of the high expectations of the fans and that's why the result is always so-so, but in this film the team tried hard to achieve a bad result, huh?
I just prefer to think of this movie as if it never existed
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You would think at least one of them would have seen it.
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I was just talking about that film with @sapadetzero IRL. It's not as much of a disappointment as Eragon IMHO. Not good though.
I believe the biggest problem with the Warcraft movie was being a movie from a famous franchise. If they had simply realized that the script had nothing to do with the game, they could have re-released the movie with some alterations and changing names and lines. I think the problem was that they thought too much about who wasn't a fan
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