Don’t miss the Max Payne credits.

Dont miss the Max Payne credits.

Mark Wahlburg - Max Payne

Today as I was perusing my ever growing list of favorite movie sites, I came across this interesting post at CinemaBlend.

I sat through Max Payne today so you don’t have to, but if you’re the type who rushes out to see a video game movie that’s bound to get a critical drubbing, make sure you stay for the whole thing. Much like Jon Favreau did with Iron Man this summer, director John Moore has included a scene at the very end of Max Payne that gives you just the info you need to go into a potential Max Payne 2.

Personally I always sit through the credits, and I really have noticed a rise in the amount of people that do in the past year or so. But for those of you that don’t know, film makers have been hiding some pretty awesome scenes and easter eggs in or after the credits. These clips are sometimes just deleted scenes or something extra, but lately have been more of a “heads up” on what’s to come.

In this case the clip sounds very interesting, and I hope to report back with my opinion on it tomorrow night. But in the mean time if you have seen the film, what did you think? Was the clip worth staying through the credits?


  1. Bear says

    I haven’t had the time to see this one yet. We got three new ones at the cinema this week and couldn’t watch them all. :(

  2. says

    i suspect the storyline for Max Payne is a lot more exciting when it’s happening in the form of a video game… except for those few exciting parts that i already saw in the preview, it was a snoozefest

  3. 790 says

    Well Spoilerkid,,,
    I would totally dig a Silver Surfer origin film, showing how he kicks Galactus a new one !!! :-)

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