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  1. Mr. Ree
    Mr. Ree at |

    What about the infamous 1970’s TV movie starring Tom Hanks called: Mazes & Monsters? It’s based on Dungeons & Dragons and he plays an unbalanced kid that gets too involved in the game.

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  2. Tyler
    Tyler at |

    Wow, no Darkon!? It is one of the most entertaining documentaries of all time and 100% about LARPing. It is so well made that I was actually riveted to the outcome of the final battle scene.

    Highly recommend you check out Darkon — it is available under Netflix’s streaming service.

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  3. Mz
    Mz at |

    check out this upcoming film
    “The Fellows Hip”
    http://www.thefellowshipmovie.com/

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  4. pascalahad
    pascalahad at |

    I would have inverted the places of the Gamers 1 and 2. 2 is clearly the superior movie, and embodies perfectly the feel of our own DD3 games. And it doesn’t try to mix “reality” and game, it’s really one of my favorite movies, period. Because as a roleplayer, I recognized myself completely in it.

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  5. Telengard
    Telengard at |

    You forgot the following:
    1) The Dungeon Masters
    2) Second Skin
    3) Wizards & Warriors Summer Camp 2010
    4) Darkon
    5) D&D Dungeon Masters

    Note: Number 5 and 1 are two different movies.

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  6. Maureen
    Maureen at |

    Of Dice and Men …A feature film about 30-something tabletop gamers, their relationships and what happens when one of them enlists to go to Iraq starts filming September 2013. Take a peek at the promotional video here: http://www.tinyurl.com/ofdicemen

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  7. starr998
    starr998 at |

    Rise Of the FellowsHip
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1669814/

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  8. Thomas Pickens
    Thomas Pickens at |

    Or Big Trouble in Little China. Based on Oriental Adventures in a modern setting.

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  9. Crandall Marsh
    Crandall Marsh at |

    You left out two of the very best role playing movies. Mazes and Monsters and Knight Chills.

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