‘Mario Rap’ Makes Comeback In Super Mario Bros. Movie Super Bowl Commercial
The proliferation of technology in our everyday lives has meant that we are increasingly reliant on gadgets and gizmos to get us through the day. While some may see this as a positive development, others view it with suspicion, feeling that we are losing touch with the real world.
One area where this debate is particularly relevant is in the world of gaming. For generations, video games have been a popular form of entertainment, with many people spending hours in front of the TV or computer screen trying to beat their high score.
However, there are those who feel that video games are becoming too realistic and that they are starting to blur the lines between what is real and what is not.
The latest example of this is the Super Mario Bros. movie, which is set to be released in 2020. The film will see the iconic video game characters Mario and Luigi take on the roles of plumbers in the real world.
While some people may see this as a fun and harmless way to promote the movie, others are worried that it will have a negative impact on young people who may not be able to distinguish between fantasy and reality.
only time will tell whether the Super Mario Bros. movie will be a success or a flop, but one thing is for sure – it is sure to start a debate about the role of video games in our society.