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Reviewing the best science fiction movies from the past, present, and future.

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Brian 5 days ago
My Review of 'Lucy'
I've wanted to watch the movie Lucy for quite some time and it's been out for ages. I just never got the chance to. I believe it was on Netflix soon after it had exited theaters. I remember being very...
Paul Levinsona month ago
Review of 'Rememory'
I finally saw Rememory on Amazon Prime. Or maybe I saw it a while ago, but forgot to review it. As Todd, a middling-minor character in the movie aptly notes, "the mind forgets things for a reason." No...
Jonathan Sima month ago
'Alita: Battle Angel' Is a Flawed, Yet Massively Entertaining Film with Incredible Action
Many months ago, I tried to attend a screening for two upcoming movies: One was Dark Phoenix, and the other was Alita: Battle Angel. I showed up early, but they filled up and I waited on line for an h...
Watching 'Alita: Battle Angel'
Alita: Battle Angel is the 2019 live action western adaptation of Yukito Kishiro’s manga Battle Angel Alita. The original manga ran from December 1990 to April 1995, with the story being compiled into...
Michael Grube2 months ago
'Pacific Rim: Uprising' (2018)
The illustrious mega monster scene has had better days. Gone are the rubber suits and the cheesy building explosions as they have been replaced by pure CGI overload. Asia definitely corners the market...
Gavin Spoors2 months ago
The Retrospective Series: 'Attack the Block'
It started out as a nice idea to focus on Joe Cornish's debut feature as his latest film, The Kid Who Would Be King, hits US cinemas. Unfortunately, it seems the two are destined to share the same fat...
Gavin Spoors2 months ago
IFFR: 'High Life' Review
Due to this review, the next Retrospective Series article will be posted on Thursday. This is a review from the International Film Festival Rotterdam screening of High Life.
Paul Levinson2 months ago
Review of 'Anon'
Andrew Niccol's Gattaca in 1997 remains one of the surprise all-time best science fiction movies, surprise because Gattaca was Niccol's first. His follow-up, The Truman Show in 1998, was even more lio...
Gavin Spoors2 months ago
The Retrospective Series—'Looper'
When it comes to films deemed 'unloved,' there are worse cases than Looper. It was universally praised by critics and it did surprisingly well at the box office, especially considering the film's mode...
Jonathan Sim3 months ago
My Experience Watching the 'Star Wars Holiday Special'
Let me tell you something about Star Wars fans: we rarely agree. I mean, we've agreed that A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi are all great movies. But some of us like the pre...
Donovan Barlow3 months ago
Scorecard Weekly - 'Ready Player One'
OHHHHH! We’ve got a special treat for you guys today! We will be dropping two scorecards today. Yes. Yes. You can all thank us later. Christmas is right around the corner, so we’ll leave our Christmas...
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Brian 3 months ago
My Review of 'Passengers'
Passengers is a story about an interstellar spaceship occupied by 5,000 passengers going from Earth to populate a new planet across the galaxy. The problem is that the ship will need to take something...
James Lizowski4 months ago
10 Interesting Documentaries About Space Travel
The universe is full of so many wonders that scientists have explored for many years. With the advancement of technology, they have been able to unlock some of the secrets of our observable universe. ...
James Lizowski4 months ago
Best Sci-Fi Movies of 2018
The science fiction genre was once a niche genre of films. In the last couple of decades, however, it has really solidified itself into mainstream society. Whether it is a superhero movie or a sci-fi ...
Peter P4 months ago
'Await Further Instructions' (2018)
I don’t think the messages are a government broadcast. It’s almost like they’re reacting to what we do. Initially, I would immediately add Await Further Instructions to the list of “useless movies tha...
Don Anderson II4 months ago
'First Man' Review
One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. Damien Chazelle (director of La La Land and Whiplash) reunites with Ryan Gosling once again but not to be a jazz pianist—he's going to the moon and ...
Matthew Trundle5 months ago
More People Definitely Need to See 'First Man'
Like his last film La La Land, First Man almost has to be seen in the cinema to achieve the true experience of Chazelle’s work at its greatest impact possible. Although, like his other work, First Man...
Peter P5 months ago
'Painless' (2017)
It feels like a science programme. But the acting is superb.