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Uncharted Review : Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in a Video-Game Movie

Uncharted is Based on the video game franchise, this movie is full of a fun and entertaining The action sequences are thrilling and done brilliantly so they are all a blast to watch

there are some really funny moments throughout, and the characters and their stories are so interesting to follow . Movie adaptations of video games don’t have the best history, though there are a few exceptions. Uncharted, however, is unfortunately not one of them.

The movie has everything. Great humor, action, stunts and sequences are simply incredible and watching it in a theater takes it to an entirely new level. Uncharted is Directed by Ruben Fleischer from a screenplay by Rafe  Judkins, Art Marcum, and Matt Holloway. The climax of the movie was outstanding, which had the whole theatre on the edge of their seats.

Nathan as Tom Holland is a bartender in New York who steals small, but expensive things from customers without them noticing.Victor “Sully” Sullivan, a fortune hunter who worked with Sam tracking treasure hidden by the Magellan crew, explains to Nathan that Sam vanished after helping him steal Juan Sebastian Elcano’s diary. Nathan, who has several postcards Sam sent him over the years, agrees to help Sully to find his brother. Sully and Nathan go to an auction to steal a golden cross linked to the Magellan crew .

Why to watch Uncharted !

Very impressive action sequences
Beautiful locations
Having Chloe and a certain special cameo appearance
References to Nate’s humour
Music was fitting but not as breathtaking as the video game soundtracks
Tom’s overall performance was fantastic
The Easter eggs like spotting the Naughty Dog logo early on
Nate’s outfit progression was a nice nod

what is missing in uncharted

Mark didn’t feel anything like Sully, apart from a couple moments
Needless inclusion and time spent showing Papa John’s pizza shop
The story doesn’t match the game lore apart from the very very final scene
The plane crate scene, although absolutely fantastic, was from Uncharted 3 and therefore didn’t match the story correctly to the games
The antagonists were forgettable
There is literally a scene missing in the movie, where they’re stranded in the middle of the ocean and then suddenly theyre walking up onto a beach as if it just appeared without explanation
The ‘Lost Not Gone’ phrase is majorly overused and became annoying

Conclusion

Overall a great movie if you’ve never played the games! If you’ve played the games then this movie essentially feels like spotting the references but being bogged down by a poor portrail of Sully and a story that feels like a spin off rather than THE Uncharted Movie.

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