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*The movie breaks the fourth wall of the gaming world, much like the [[soapboxxers]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
 
*The movie breaks the fourth wall of the gaming world, much like the [[soapboxxers]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]].
 
*The second man to the left from the middle on the movie's poster looks like rapper and music manager/producer, [[Alan Crawford]], from [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. It couldn't possibly be Crawford himself, as he [[Management Issues|died]] in 1992. This is just a re-use of San Andreas character models.
 
*The second man to the left from the middle on the movie's poster looks like rapper and music manager/producer, [[Alan Crawford]], from [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. It couldn't possibly be Crawford himself, as he [[Management Issues|died]] in 1992. This is just a re-use of San Andreas character models.
*The last female pedestrian to the right, uses the same model as [[Barbara Schternvart]] from San Andreas.
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*The last female pedestrian to the right, uses the same model as [[Barbara Schternvart]] from [[San Andreas]].
 
[[Category:Films]]
 
[[Category:Films]]

Revision as of 02:31, August 24, 2013

The MainFrame

The Mainframe poster

The Mainframe is a film released in 1998 produced by Love Media with advertisments shown in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and mentioned in Grand Theft Auto V. It is a clear parody of The Matrix, though The Matrix technically did not premiere until 1999. The movie poster shows pedestrians from Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Jock Cranley is one of the actors in this movie.

The movie is about five teens who take LSD and discover the 'truth'. They actually live in a computer. Quotes from the movie include

"What will it be? Yes, or no? 1 or 0?"

"Ahh! Your head is actually a big pixel!"

It is rated PS (Pretty Stupid).

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