A Bunch Of Famous Movie And TV Scenes Have Been Remade In Grand Theft Auto V

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UNILAD gta movies 32 A Bunch Of Famous Movie And TV Scenes Have Been Remade In Grand Theft Auto V

Using the Rockstar editor, gamers have been recreating their favourite films and TV shows on Grand Theft Auto V and the results are pretty incredible.

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Yesterday, YouTube user ‘llachlann’ uploaded a GTA version of the trailer for season one of True Detective.

But this isn’t the only example of GTA players getting creative and remaking famous moments from the big and small screen on the game.

Back in June, ‘Mitch L’ remade the No Country For Old Men trailer, which is pretty badass. Although we’re not sure game footage could ever truly capture the creepiness of Javier Bardem’s performance in the real thing…

Quentin Tarantino’s work got the treatment too and, given the violence and the subject matter of Reservoir Dogs, you’d think the suited diamond heist gang would fit right in. Although this particular adaptation comes with a twist…

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Terminator 2: Judgement Day is a bit of a classic, and the famous truck chase scene fits perfectly into the world of GTA V. Although it suffers from a significant lack of Arnie…

There are also planes in GTA V so, of course, user ‘denouille’ couldn’t resist throwing together a Top Gun tribute. Cue loads of explosions but a disappointing omission of the homoerotic beach volleyball scenes…

Then there’s this scene inspired by the awesome opening sequence of Watchmen. This sequence documents one man’s journey through history, set to a cover of Bob Dylan’s ‘The Times They Are a-Changing’ and dedicated to its creator’s late granddad, who fought in the Vietnam War. Epic…

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And, finally, if you want to see a game character crashing into stuff and falling off things, then here’s a GTA take on Jackass. Although this version of the stunt/prank comedy show does imply that the whole thing was a lot more tragic than it may have appeared on the surface. Poor Trevor…

Anyway, there’s an absolute ton of these video tributes on YouTube. If you want to check out more, GTA Series Videos is a good place to start!


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