10 Cloverfield isn’t so much a sequel as it is a “set in the same universe” follow-up to the original. Honestly this feels like an entirely unrelated film that didn’t really have an ending so they just added some aliens and tacked the word cloverfield to the title. The trailers for this movie didn’t inspire me to run the the theater so …better late than never? maybe?
I’ve just finally gotten around to seeing Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice and I was reminded once again that, at least In Zack Snyder’s imagining, Kryptonian technology is very organic … and moist. I’m not gonna lie, it’s gross. I was half expecting to hear some dialog about protoculture and the Invid flower of life.
How can a movie starring Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) and Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) possibly go wrong? In this 1997 sci-fi cult classic, an experimental space vessel takes a wrong turn at the planet Neptune and takes an inter-dimensional trip … to Hell!
Riddick begins shortly after the events of ‘Chronicles’ and finds the titular Riddick unsatisfied with new his role as Lord-Marshall of the Necromongers; searching for his long forgotten home-world, Furya. Ultimately betrayed and left for dead by his necromonger crew, Riddick is stranded on his latest prison: a hostile world with a brutally harsh environment and dangerous wildlife.
I thought there were more hard-core Judge Dredd fans out there who would flock to any film adaptation; no matter how flawed, as long as Sylvester Stallone was not involved. But Dredd 3D seems to have come and gone with little fanfare.
Do you remember Westworld? I’m betting that you don’t because most of you don’t even remember rotary telephones. Rotary phones… You are aware that those existed right? There was a time before phones had buttons. Just like now is the time before evil robots overthrow the human race.