Links Away: The Mario Bros. Take On Liberty City

This clip of the Mario Bros getting Grand Theft Auto-ified will grab your childhood nostalgia by the balls, push it out a fourth story window, and stand laughing over its battered corpse.

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You grew up with the game. Now relive the movie adaptation of Super Mario Brothers - the video game movie that proved that no one should ever make video game movies. You grew up with the game. Now relive the movie adaptation of Super Mario Brothers - the video game movie that proved that no one should ever make video game movies. Got a tip? Email us ? Follow us on Twitter ? Like us on Facebook ? Get Screen Junkies Gear! ?? Voiceover Narration by Jon: Title design by Robert Holtby Series Created by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Written by Spencer Gilbert, Dan Murrell, Erica Russell, and Andy Signore Edited by Anthony Falleroni


'Terminator 2' Chase Scene Recreated In 'Grand Theft Auto V'

If the 'Grand Theft Auto V' games have been successful in any regard, it's at making me want to listen to Guns N' Roses. It's astounding that this technology exists yet we STILL can't shoot the dog in Duck Hunt. YouTube user John Chapman and some friends used Grand Theft Auto V to recreate the L.A. River chase scene from Terminator 2: Judgement Day. It's really well done and must have taken a long time to get the shots right. As if anyone stays on mission in those games anyway. For comparison, here is the scene from James Cameron's sequel. This movie is so damn good. Now I'm going to have to listen to Guns N' Roses all afternoon.


'That Awkward Moment' Gives Us The Zac Efron Bro Film That We've Been Missing

When your bros get girlfriends, that's against the bro code (or something. I don't really know what I'm saying.) While Zac Efron has been enjoying a steady ascent in terms of the roles he's been taking, he took a few months off to just hang with bros, ya know? If you don't understand what that's about, then you''re not gettin' it, man. That Awkward Moment is a terribly-named film that surounds Efron and his buddies as his relationship with a girl evolves from casual to dating. Seriously, that seems to be the premise of the movie. Anyway, it actually seems sorta funny. Watch and agree with me.


Try Not To Laugh During The Trailer For 50 Cent's Cancer Drama 'Things Fall Apart'

Whoa, Ray Liotta looks thin! Rapper/actor/faux cancer patient 50 Cent really wants to be taken seriously as an actor, and he's willing to go to such lengths as losing scary amounts of weight and crying on screen like some girl. Unfortunately, it looks like his project-selecting abilities might be a little lacking, judging from this trailer for his latest movie Things Fall Apart. A disturbingly svelte 50 Cent isn't the only notable thing about this trailer - you also have Dr. Ray Liotta and Mario "Somehow The Worst Actor In New Jack City" Van Peebles in the cast. The buzz on the trailer is that it's, uh, not good (The Playlist calls it "hilariously awful"). And yeah, it's pretty bad, but the movie seems more boring than hilariously bad to me. Which would pretty much be par for the course for 50 Cent.


Wes Anderson Is Up To His Old Trick Again With 'Grand Budapest Hotel' Trailer

A return to form? Wes Anderson got this one in just under the wire so hipsters can fashion their Lobby Boy costume for Halloween. Because how embarrassing would it be to dress like Where The Wild Things Are kid again? This time around, Ralph Fiennes stars as the selfish man-child whose outsized ego threatens to bring down everyone around him. All in all, The Grand Budapest Hotel looks like a return to form after the languid pace and forgettableness of Moonrise Kingdom. The ensemble comedy also stars Anderson favorites and newbies like Saoirse Ronan, Edward Norton, Willem Dafoe, Jude Law, Owen Wilson, Lea Seydoux, Bill Murray, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton, Jeff Goldblum, Jason Schwartzman, F. Murray Abraham, Tom Wilkinson, Harvey Keitel, Tony Revolori and the color pink.