ResumePlay's Stephen Rosenberg writes: "It is no secret to the gaming world that games based on movies…for the most part, suck horribly. I can't count on two hands the amount of games that are crapped out into the gaming industry and stockpiled onto the shelves of our favorite over-pricing electronic retail stores. These aren't just games shelled out to make money for blockbuster summer hits like Iron Man, and Pirates of the Caribbean. I'm talking about games that are awful movies, and make the unsurprising transition into awful game. These games appear on every system, from Charlie's Angels on PS2, to Lethal Weapon on NES. I think there is a major problem with the way the games are made, but I also think that if you're going to make a video-game based on a movie or story, it should be one that would transfer over well. Here are five movie/story plots that could make excellent games if designed correctly.