PSP Movies – PSP Movie Format – Good PSP Films

Friday, July 16, 2010 at 5:19 pm

For our readers on the go, nothing could be better than the Playstation Portable, commonly abbreviated to PSP. While you can play PSP movies and listen to MP3s, the built-in WiFi also allows you to connect to the Internet from any available hotspot. And it weighs just 1.5 pounds, so you won’t have to worry about giving yourself a hernia while enjoying good PSP films or games.

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A search for “PSP Movies” on Amazon brings up 826 results, which means they carry all the good PSP films you could ever hope to buy. And as the PSP movie format continues to grow in popularity, you can bet that Amazon will continue to stock even more. And did I mention that Amazon’s prices are nearly impossible to beat?

Spider-Man 2 (2004) – Spidey and his amazing friends are back in this sequel to the 2002 blockbuster starring Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, and James Franco. As Peter Parker (Maguire) tries to balance his personal life with that of a superhero, things get increasingly complicated when old pal Harry Osborn (Franco) dons the armor of the villainous Green Goblin, and good-hearted scientific genius Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina) is driven mad in an experiment gone wrong. And to top it off, his true love (Dunst) is planning to marry another man. Directed by Sam Raimi of Evil Dead fame, whose visual style is perfect for a big-screen comic book adaptation. The highest-grossing film of 2004.

Napoleon Dynamite (2004) – Jon Heder rose to prominence in this indie film about a quirky loser who spends his time doodling fantasy creatures, wearing moon boots, and boasting of his proficiency with the fighting staff. Downright bizarre, but it’s also wholesome and entertaining fun for the entire family. The final dance number–set to “Canned Heat” by Jamiroquai–is especially charming.

Blade (1998) – One of the most kickass vampire movies ever made, whether you’re watching it on the PSP movie format or any other. Wesley Snipes is Blade, a half-human, half-vampire warrior in a never-ending fight against the forces of the undead. Featuring a great soundtrack, bone-crunching fight scenes, and Kris Kristofferson at his most grizzled, Blade is among the best PSP movies that you can buy.

The Incredibles (2004) – Another hit from Pixar, The Incredibles focuses on Mr. Incredible, a former superhero who now chafes at a boring desk job. But when he gets the chance to jump back into the saddle, he does so without hesitation. This, however, does not please his wife, herself a former superhero raising three young kids (also with powers). Featuring the voice talents of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Jason Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, and Elizabeth Pena. A few parts may frighten younger viewers (such as the cave filled with the remains of dead heroes), but the rest of the film is suitable for all ages.

Ghostbusters (1984) – Serving as a major inspiration for later movies like Men in Black, this supernatural comedy romp stars Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson as a hilarious collection of misfit ghost hunters. But when the city comes under siege from giant demon dogs and a massive marshmallow menace, it’s up to them to save the day (and co-star Sigourney Weaver). The theme song from Ray Parker Jr. still proves catchy after all these years.

Team America: World Police (2004) – From the irreverent minds of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone comes this comedy about a group of marionette secret agents who fight to keep the world safe for democracy. When North Korea’s Kim Jong-il launches a terrorist plot, they’ll be faced with their toughest challenge yet, especially when they’re required to defeat Alec Baldwin, the world’s greatest actor. The unrated version features the raunchiest sex scene ever filmed, made all the more hilarious by the fact that it’s performed by wooden puppets.

Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006) – Will Ferrell is Ricky Bobby, a NASCAR driver who lives by the motto “If you ain’t first, you’re last.” Along with his sexy wife (Leslie Bibb) and best friend (John C. Reilly), Ricky dominates the world of professional racing for years. But then a gay Formula One driver from France (Sacha Baron Cohen) lands on the NASCAR scene and defeats Ricky, causing his world to come tumbling down. Can he regain his self-confidence? Also starring Michael Clarke Duncan, Amy Adams, Gary Cole, and Jane Lynch. Directed by Adam McKay, a regular contributor to Ferrell’s Funny or Die website.

Family Guy: The Freakin Sweet Collection (1999) – If you’re looking for good PSP movies, why not try this collection of animated favorites from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlen? All taken from his hit Fox series, the collection includes five episodes: “I Am Peter, Hear Me Roar,” “Lethal Weapons,” To Love and Die in Dixie,” “Road to Rhode Island,” and “When You Wish Upon a Weinstein.” The title says it all…freakin’ sweet.

Ultimate Avengers (2006) – This animated direct-to-DVD movie is based on The Ultimates, a successful comic title from the fine folks at Marvel. When Captain America is thawed from the icy waters of the North Atlantic, he joins a team consisting of the Wasp, Giant-Man, Thor, Iron Man, and Black Widow to take on a sinister race of alien shapeshifters. The final battle royale with the Hulk is especially memorable.

Layer Cake (2004) – Before he was James Bond, Daniel Craig starred in this multi-layer gangster film about a career drug dealer looking to retire. But before he can do so, he’ll have to dodge Serbian war criminals, mercenaries, and police informants. Also starring Colm Meaney, Sienna Miller, and Michael Gambon. While initially overlooked, it’s been amassing a cult following thanks to Craig’s increased profile in the acting world.

While there are plenty of other PSP movies available, this list should get your started. Don’t forget that you can also buy a PSP at Amazon, and the small commission we receive helps to keep us in business. That’s what I refer to as a win-win situation.

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