Ending the school year with a fun celebrity speech is always welcomed by students, and even top notch schools like Harvard have made it an unofficial custom to invite famous comedians and celebs to end the learning semester.
It seems for the past 15 years Hollywood has run completely dry on new movie ideas. As a result, they have ended up pumping out countless remakes and even movies based on ideas that have no place on the big screen. Like board games (Battleship, cough, cough).
Now comes another concept that makes a great game, but a feature film? Not so much. We’re talking, of course, about one of the world’s most famous video games, Tetris.
As creator Warialasky even says, “If Battleship get’s its own movie, why not Tetris?” Good point. Also, Tetris looks like a better movie.