I found this while browsing Kotaku yesterday: Metal Gear Solid: Philantropy. [link]
A bunch of fans got together and decided to make a movie adaptation of Metal Gear Solid by adding a brand new adventure to the series. It's... I'm at a lack of words. It's an awesome movie. Just a little over an hour, it's the first part of three I believe. There's no spoilers that I can see so it's safe. One way or another, it doesn't touch MSG 3 and 4 at all.
The beginning's a little iffy as you can tell the characters are on a blue screen and the fake lights make the characters almost look like CGI, and somehow, the uncanny valley steps in for a moment. However, this is only for the first 10 minutes or so. The rest is extremely well done and you never get that feeling again. The actors are generally good - Snake and Pierre being by far the best of the bunch.
I was very, VERY impressed by it, and it made me wonder how, on a small budget (about 15,000$ US) a load of fans could adapt a video game into a movie so well when Hollywood, on millions of dollars, just can't get it right. (To be fair, in my opinion, Mortal Kombat and Silent Hill were the best VG adaptation to the big screen thus far with the first Resident Evil Movie close behind). According to Wikipedia, the singer who sung the theme and ending songs of the games offered her talent for the end theme. That's very generous of them. Hideo Kojima was also very excited and flattered when he saw the movie and cannot wait to see what happens in the sequels. That says a lot!
So all of you Metal Gear Solid fans, I implore you, watch this masterpiece. You won't be disapointed (except for the cliffhanger at the end