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The Max Payne movie is expected to slo-mo dive into retail January 20, 2009, reports HighDefDigest. The film, starring Mark Wahlberg, shot up the box office when it first opened and eventually grossed $40 million in domestic ticket sales. The film will be available on Blu-ray and DVD. No word yet ...

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Max Payne has an emotionless face not even his own mother loves. 3D Realms CEO Scott Miller, whose studio produced the Max Payne games, has added his voice to the mass of critics showing displeasure with the film adaptation. Speaking to Edge, Miller said, "There are several fundamental story flaws ...

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Estimates for this week's box office have Max Payne (the movie) grossing $18 million during its opening weekend. Reuters reports that Marky Mark Mark Robert Michael Wahlberg's take on the (seemingly) constipated detective capped Beverly Hills Chihuahua, which slipped to the #2 spot with $11.2 mill...

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We're big fans of Mark Wahlberg, despite his apparent lack of a sense of humor and his oftentimes horrible body of work. We're also big fans of Rockstar's bullet-time infused noir-fest, Max Payne. We also have a minor crush on the button cute Mila Kunis. We're also of the firm opinion that Ludacri...

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Director John Moore has confirmed that the film adaptation of Max Payne will receive a PG-13 rating when it releases Oct. 17. Earlier this month, the director admitted he was in a fight with the Motion Picture Association of America after being told his movie "feels R." In an interview with GameDa...

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Max Payne director John Moore is knee-deep in the battle to get a PG-13 rating for his movie. In an interview with Das Gamer, Moore really lets the expletives fly as he expresses his frustration with the MPAA ratings board, which allegedly told him his movie "feels R." Moore goes on to express tha...

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Boogie Nights' well-endowed Dirk Diggler? Nope. The Departed's wise-cracking Dignam? Uh-uh. Maybe Planet of the Ap ... yeah, not that one obviously. We're just wondering what Mark "y Mark" Wahlberg's favorite role has been in his brief, but illustrious, career. Turns out we don't need to guess, bi...

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Sadly, we've gotten used to Hollywood muckety-mucks not actually playing through the source material when they're creating a movie based on a video game. But Mark Wahlberg's answer as to why he's avoided Max Payne while playing the title role in the film is almost breathtaking as both evasion and ...

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If there's one entertainment genre that has a worse track record than movies turned to video games, it's video games that have been transformed into movies. At least movies to games have a few bright spots; when people have to summon up Mortal Kombat as the most admirable adaptation of a medium, y...

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Maaax! Dearest of all our friends. After the break you'll find the trailer for the Max Payne movie, starring Marky Mark Wahlberg as the title character who knows how to deliver a noir monologue. The trailer gives us a glimpse of femme fatale Mona Sax and a taste of the guaranteed bullet time actio...

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