Screen Test DVD Game
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A list of the movies that came up during our game:
The Great Escape
Men at Work
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
Agent Cody Banks
A Guy Thing
The French Lieutenant's Woman
Pork Chop Hill
The Holcroft Covenant
To Live and Die in L.A.
The Prince and the Passion
Dr. Phibes Rises Again!
Sunday Bloody Sunday
Getting Even With Dad
Not exactly a list of great movies or even anything reasonably new. The pieces that came with the game are just a black and white cut out that and seemed pretty cheap to me. I gave this game 3 stars for education, just because nearly all the anwsers were a learning experience for me.
Final verdit: Avoid this game unless your are an MGM executive.
This game had great potential, especially as a classic movie game. It's like the developers were sitting around a conference table one day and some idiot said "You know what? Forget "Gone With the Wind" and "The Wizard of Oz". Forget about "An American in Paris". Who needs "Wuthering Heights" or "Casa Blanca"? Let's have questions about "Tank Girl". Yeah that's the ticket."
This game is unbeleivably frustrating. It's possible that the glaring absence of MGM's geatest movies from this game is due to the fact that Ted Turner bought the rights to the entire library a few years ago. MGM may no longer have license to use them. That would be their only excuse for this shipwreck of a game.
Fair enough assumption you may think. The reality is a horrible hotch-potch of films that no-one has ever watched all the way through and consequently a dull waste of money.
It even has the brass neck to ask you to complete lines from films. Fine. Except the chances of knowing are remote in the extreme. If a good barometer of a family game is fun then this scores a fat zero.
This is terrible. Shameful cashing in on a name.....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The box arrived banged up and scarred. It looked like it had been used before. Unacceptable condition.Published 2 months ago by Scott W
This was one of the most painful games I have ever played! It really is a shame, because i love the way the play is set up, but the board and the pieces were cheap (the board... Read morePublished on December 27, 2005 by Melanie Barnes
I'm writing this review because of all the other harsh reviews. I actually love this game. The movies are more obscure than the Scene It ones, but that just makes it more... Read morePublished on August 11, 2005 by crazy4games
This game says that it is for ages 13+. It makes reference to the same old movies over and over again. It's going back to Toys R Us, because this toy is NOT us! Read morePublished on April 11, 2005
I am a huge movie enthusist, long-time subscriber of Entertainment Weekly and Premiere, and all-around movie buff. This game was ridiculously impossible even by my standards! Read morePublished on April 11, 2005 by KSB
The only reason I bought this was because I saw it for a reduced price and thought it might be a fun game to play with some of my movie trivia loving friends. Well... Read morePublished on March 29, 2005 by R. Recchia