Uncharted


Uncharted 2022

 
IMDb Ratings: 6.6/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure
 
Language: English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2022

Director: Ruben Fleischer

Stars Cast: Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas

 Uncharted Screenshots

 

 Uncharted Review

 
As video games continue to grow in popular culture, it is only natural that they should receive more film adaptations. Uncharted, one of the most popular franchises under the PlayStation brand, is very cinematic in itself. Inspired by adventure films like Indiana Jones, the games are interactive films themselves. With this, it is good to make a movie that attracts regular audiences and fans of the series. Uncharted is a film that is somewhat successful in its previous version and much less successful in the latest. The movie throws a list of games through a window, though it directly aligns certain game scenes. It takes the place of an auction from Uncharted 4, a flight path from Uncharted 3, all arc and Sam from 4.

Like an adventure film, it’s not something special, but it’s not a bad thing at all. If you do not know anything about the source of the story, you may find yourself enjoying it. It has happy times in it. There is crime in the auction, the mysteries of the Gothic church, and the multitude of actions in the sky. Some of these action scenes really capture the spirit of self-sacrificing movies, which are always very entertaining. While some of them have been promoted from the games, they play well for what they deserve. There are times when a spirit of self-sacrifice begins, and that is acceptable. Ancient mysteries and action scenes are always fascinating. The main theme from the games emerges, which was a nice addition.

As you get used to the games, it falls very slowly. Imitation is scary. Tom Holland is too young to play Nathan Drake, as he does not have a strong personality that makes Drake what he is. Nathan's personality is by no means new to this character. The person behind the Drake film feels more like MCU Spider-Man than Nathan Drake in the drama. The actor on screen is not Nathan Drake. Mark Wahlberg as Sully is an equally evil imitation. While it may not be possible for any of these characters to play the game, this is just Marky Mark, who has no resemblance to Sully. The lack of a mustache is painful, but there is no indication that this should be Sully. Sully in the play "The scoundrel with a heart of gold." This is a wicked man. Wahlberg is also too young to play Sully. Chloe was probably very close to being like a sportsman, but that doesn’t mean much. At least you look at the part, the more what others have done for them. He did a classic double agent from the games again, which was one of the few things they got right. Elena is not in it at all, which was disappointing. The gangsters were just talking, I had nothing more to say about it, other than to destroy Antonio Banderas (although in reality, most of the criminals in these games are just talking). There’s also a great cameo from Nolan North, which was probably the best episode in the entire movie.

If the movie had not been linked to all-inclusive games, it would have been a harmless movie action that might have some resemblance to games, such as how games are promoted in travel movies. By attaching it to the Uncharted franchise, it puts the hopes that it will be something like a game. Although there are game captions here and there, it is not enough. This doesn't sound like an uninvited movie.

By the way, the PlayStation Studios logo, featuring Nathan Drake, Kratos and Atreus (boy), Jin Sakai, Joel and Ellie, Aloy, and Sackboy were excellent. I think we will be seeing that in the upcoming sequel to Last of Us and Ghost of Tsushima.