A lot of gamers groan when they hear of movie-game tie ins. Some turn out great, like "Goldeneye" and "The Chronicles of Riddick," but most turn out like the recent "Iron Man" games, very bad. I think a movie game's quality depends on the technology available at the time and how much interest the developers have in the film. Many developers develop cheap cash ins to draw in fans of the movie, but put little effort into the product. If the right amount of care is taken with a movie property there is a good chance it will succeed. Here are the top five movies I would like to be made into games.