bakerboy from hiphopgamershow.com writes:
"On a recent visit to a favorite aggregate review score site, Metacritic, I stumbled across a fascinating statistic. Out of all the films nominated at this year's Academy Awards, none of them had a score over 90. Even Slumdog Millionaire received a subpar 86 by videogame standards. Upon noticing this, I went over to check out the scores for the videogames that were most commonly referenced as game of the year material(you know MGS4, GEOW 2, LBP, Fallout 3, etc) and none of them had a score under 90. So I thought to myself–why do so many go watch and love movies that score in the 70's(The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) yet these same people wouldn't lay hands on 50 Cent: Blood in the Sand?"