Noomi Rapace in What Happened To Monday, a Netflix original movie set in a dystopian future where over-population threatens the continued existence of the human race. … [Read more...] about What Happened to Monday? Ask Noomi Rapace
Weekend Rewind category contains blog posts about movies that were overlooked or under-appreciated at the time of their initial release, but make for excellent weekend watching.
Vanessa Kirby confronts a S.A.R robot in Kill Command (2016). Kill command is a sci-fi/action movie set in a not-so-distant future, in which a squad of soldiers face off against autonomous war machines. … [Read more...] about Kill Command: Autonomous war robots are a bad idea
Clive Owen in Children Of Men (2006 Movie), based on a novel by P. D. James and set during the year 2027, in a quasi-apocalyptic world where the human race has become infertile. … [Read more...] about Children of Men: Clive Owen delivers humanity’s future
Don't you hate it when your boss calls … and you know the only reason he's calling is to assign you extra work? Scoot McNairy knows exactly how you feel in the 2010 Gareth Edwards film "Monsters". … [Read more...] about Whitney Able isn’t afraid of Gareth Edwards’ Monsters.
There's that cliché that procrastinators always use … you know, “better late than never”. In the case of 10 Cloverfield Lane, I'm wondering if that's an entirely accurate statement. … [Read more...] about 10 Cloverfield Lane, Mary Elizabeth Winstead has the wrong address
Riddick is a critically bad but surprisingly entertaining movie. This chapter shrugs off some of the absurd concepts from the previous film and reconnects to the Pitch Black roots of Vin Diesel’s anti-hero. … [Read more...] about Riddick: Vin Diesel reconnects with his “Pitch Black” roots.
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 I was wrong. Dredd 3D seems to have come and gone with little fanfare. I can’t believe I just said … [Read more...] about Dredd: Karl Urban passes judgment in Mega-City One
Last night we had the opportunity to see a midnight showing of “The Hunger Games” based on the novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins. The Hunger Games was acceptable, as young adult novel to movie adaptations go. … [Read more...] about The Hunger Games: Jennifer Lawrence not playing fair.