The cinematic treatment of video games has a checkered past. Most of the time, it's an attempt to shoehorn the game's title and visuals into a complicated plot that completely loses the point of the game, which is usually quite poor or at least extremely mediocre. 

 The cinematic treatment of video games has a checkered past 

 Most of the time, it's an attempt to shoehorn the game's title and visuals into a complicated plot that completely loses the point of the game, which is usually quite poor or at least extremely mediocre. 

 That usually entails terrible or at least mediocre attempts to use the game's title and graphics to create a complicated plot that misses the point. 

 The impending Borderlands movie has made me less dubious than a few 

 The movie doesn't thrill me either, as I'm not a big fan of Borderlands' stories. 

 I don't think its excellent cast—it's literally filled with major stars—eases my concerns since I think lesser-known performers often work better. 

 I always mention Star Wars. 

 Instead of new actors, what if Star Wars had used all 70s superstars? Sir Alec Guinness was there, but not as the protagonist. 

 These stars appear in the upcoming Borderlands film below from People: 

 Check out People's photograph of Cate Blanchett's Lilith.

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