Kurt Russell stars in Soldier, a 1998 action movie about a soldier known only as Todd, selected at birth for a life of discipline, training, and combat.
If you haven’t yet made it to theaters to see “The Thing” I highly recommend that you do so while the film is still in theatrical release. If, like me, you are a fan of the 1982 version starring Kurt Russell; I promise you will not be disappointed. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is excellent in this film.
‘Cloverfield’ wasn’t about a giant Godzilla-esque monster, ‘Star Trek’ wasn’t about warp drive or other futuristic technologies, and ‘LOST’ wasn’t about a mysterious…
Contact’s cast includes Jodie Foster, Matthew McConaughey, and Tom Skerritt. The film is an adaptation of the book written by the acclaimed astronomer and astrophysicist Carl Sagan. That should tell the film has some credibility. Not all science fiction is based on cheesy 1960’s robot toys
World Invasion, Battle: Los Angeles 2011 seems to be your standard alien invasion movie. Throughout modern history there have been eyewitness UFO reports of alien spacecraft. Their motives have never been understood… until now. Every major city in the world is under attack by alien forces. This is the story of a Marine platoon facing off against the invaders in the battle of Los Angeles.
Dog Soldiers is a military action werewolf movie. Even though science fiction is by far my favorite genre, horror and military action movies are also pretty high on my list. A friend of mine recommended “Dog Soldiers” and it fits into both of the latter categories so I thought I might tell you a little about it.
The Time Travelers Wife stars Eric Bana as the chronologically displaced Henry Detamble and Rachel McAdams as His wife Claire. The endearing but sometimes complicated relationship between Clair and Henry translates reasonably well to the big screen. However, the overall plot is somewhat hurried, with some events seeming to be out of context or poorly explained