Anthony Barker writes:
"Your in the Movies is an enjoyable concept that could have been much better. In the right conditions its great, but in most cases the conditions and output are never ideal and can be a game in it self to get right. Add these issues to the fairly long save times to create the final movie and this leaves everyone playing more frustrated and disappointed with the end results. With these issues aside, the first few hours are very enjoyable and the bundled camera is a perk, but in the end you'll only be dusting this game off when you have a few friends and family ready for action on the set."