The Final Countdown: Better Than Movie War Stories, Cheating Starcraft Pros and Gaming Product Placement


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We all love our action movies, but sometimes real life is cooler than art. Such is the case with these five epic war stories that closely imitate the plots of famous movie battles and scenes. Makes me want to join the military, but not really.

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The Countdown

Starcraft pros have been caught cheating – [RockPaperShotgun]

The worst product placement in gaming history – [G4TV]

Top Ten things people say while playing Modern Warfare 2 – [Manofest]

Seven signs you’re a troubled gamer – [UGO]

They’re turning Danger Girl into a movie – [FilmDrunk]

Gears of War 3 trailer, “Ashes to Ashes” – [Heavy]

Riddick is back in “Dead Man Stalking.” Seriously – [Pajiba]

The world’s toughest man contest is no joke – [BroBible]

Everyone loves the Expendables and you should too – [COED]

Meet the world’s horniest mummies. Uhh, ok – [MentalFloss]

Stars Wars Uncut fan project is finally finished, and is awesome – [ToplessRobot]

What was Conan’s first stage show like? – [WarmingGlow]

Seth MacFarlane is making a movie with actual humans – [ScreenJunkies]

Lady Gaga is now celibate. Yeah huh – [DJMick]

Steven Segal had a sex slave, is now in trouble for it – [Guyism]

We’ve got company – a movie montage – [Attuworld]

  • Jbo

    The Segal and the Gaga things are very, very old (especially in Internet time).

  • Aaron Movie man

    Epic Fail: This Entire list is recycled from about a month ago. You guys must’ve pressed a wrong button or took too many drugs or got beaten about the head. I actually reread a few of these things before it dawned on me.

  • Steve

    Oh my gawd Aaron Movie man, that’s liek teh biggest EPIC FAIL ever on teh internetz!!!!

  • Anonymous

    @ Aaron, I remember this list as well. At first I thought it was deja-vu, then some extreme coincidences, but it actually looks like the whole segment, save the featured article and a few inbetween, were pulled right from an earlier article that I had read. I don’t think they’d do something like that on purpose, though, they probably have some sort of script that runs the links from a preset file that got mismatched with another or something fancy like that.