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Max Payne
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Max Payne 2008


description written by member Zara:

Mark Wahlberg stars as the title character of this gritty crime thriller, centered on an undercover New York City DEA agent who teams up with a female assassin (Mila Kunis) to avenge the murder of his family. With supporting performances by Beau Bridges, Ludacris, Chris O'Donnell and Donal Logue, this big-screen video game adaptation is directed by filmmaker John Moore.

Release Date:October 17th, 2008
Directed By:
John MooreJohn Moore
Written By:
No image existsShawn Ryan
No image existsSam Lake
No image existsBeau Thorne
Starring:
Mark WahlbergMark Wahlberg
Mila KunisMila Kunis
Beau BridgesBeau Bridges
LudacrisLudacris
Donal LogueDonal Logue
Chris O'DonnellChris O'Donnell
Kate BurtonKate Burton
Ted AthertonTed Atherton
No image existsBill Boyd
Amaury NolascoAmaury Nolasco
Andrew FriedmanAndrew Friedman
No image existsConrad Pla
No image existsWarren Belle
No image existsStephen R. Hart
No image existsPj Lazic
No image existsDuncan Key
No image existsRico Simonini
No image existsJamie Hector
No image existsJoel Gordon
No image existsMarianthi Evans
No image existsNelly Furtado
No image existsJamie Hector
No image existsSiobhan Murphy
No image existsGenadijs Dolganovs

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Max Payne Movie Review by Zara (8/24/2009)

The thing that gets me about shoot-em-up video games that people like to play isn't so much that they're so insanely popular. That part makes sense to me. There's something innately human about wanting to hurt other human beings. While we'd all like to believe that we've learned morals, rights from wrongs and all the other...

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Max Payne Movie Review by William (7/29/2009)

This is not the best film Mark Wahlberg has ever done, but for me, it's worth watching over again. Wahlberg plays Max Payne, based on the video series of the same title about a police detective who's wife has been murdered and has been trying to solve his own case for three years until a drug, which ends up in a woman's...

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Max Payne Movie Review by Filmkiller (3/8/2009)

About 60 minutes into Max Payne's 100 minute running time I stopped the movie to prepare dinner. I was interested to finish the movie at that point; I should have just set myself on fire or something.

Max Payne features the title character (Mark Wahlberg) in a very noir situation; a loner detective type that toils away in...

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Max Payne Movie Review by Chris (1/27/2009)

To say 'Max Payne' fails as a movie seems to harsh, and to say it succeeds on all levels is giving it a little to much credit, but saying its a passable video game adaptation is more reasonable. Released on the Playstation 2, Max Payne was a series of video games all bent around a detective getting revenge for the murder...

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Max Payne Movie Review by Jarrod (10/19/2008)

The character Max Payne was introduced in a video game franchise back in 2001, with his self-titled debut on the Xbox; the superior sequel released two years later had a distinctive cinematic flavoring to it, and now we finally get a big-screen adaptation, which does not come from Uwe Boll, but instead from John Moore, who...

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