Looper would work great as a video game

Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon Levitt are two of my favorite actors.  Bruce has long been a favorite of mine and JGL just recently with his work on Inception and The Dark Knight Rises.  Why haven’t they made a game based on Die Hard that I can love by the way?

Anyway, I’m just sharing a video with you boys and girls about a cool movie that the two starred in called Looper.  They could totally make a game about this one.  Time travel + killing your own character from the future?  Yes please!

It’s out on Blu-ray and DVD so pick it up and see what a young Bruce Willis (played by Levitt) looks like.   It’s a pretty wild movie.

In Looper, time travel is invented by the year 2074 and, though immediately outlawed, is used by criminal organizations to send those they want killed into the past where they are killed by “loopers”, assassins paid with silver bars strapped to their targets. Joe, a looper, encounters himself when his older self is sent back in time to be killed.

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6 Responses to “ Looper would work great as a video game ”

  1. How about someone making a good AVENGERS game first… Unbelievable! :^/

  2. Looper was a very overrated movie IMO.
    A lot of the sci fi elements had flaws, ie the time traveling.
    It was an entertaining film.
    It definitely would be a great movie.
    Mike brings up a good point, I’m shocked there is no Avengers game, for yet another overrated movie LOL

  3. Boston, your tastes are bad… Just saying. Avengers rocked, and is DAMN good!

  4. Avengers was awesome.

  5. Saw this movie in theaters, it was the sh*t!!

  6. I thought the film Looper was meh? Not that good.

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