Australian artist Robert Penney wanted to show his appreciation for the classic CVS 2600 gaming platform as well as modern movies. So, he re-imagined the latter as retro CVS 2600 game covers. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Prison Break is featured too, but it's not a movie, and since that didn't fit with the whole "movies as games" theme, I've left it til last.[via Kotaku]