Posts Tagged ‘sci fi’
Whatever enjoyment you find is an OK-fine white flag, not a willful surrender to spectacle. Though slick, the visuals boast all the awe of a software upgrade.
“Movies in Space” is surprisingly complex, exploring a solid story arc in spite of its minimal run time and delivering some nice laughs along the way.
From a banner year for sci-fi comedies, Nick takes a look at one of the greatest ... and one of the not-so-greatest.
Even if "Self/less" is the sort of ride you suspect will eat your money from the get-go, that doesn’t ease the disappointment when it happens.
Pulpy summer fun with more on its mind than you'd think, "Jurassic World" is infused with equal danger, intimacy, intelligence and humor.
Next up on Film on Vinyl’s playlist: Mondo’s reissue of the "Jurassic Park" soundtrack. It's a review 65 million years in the making.
Win free movie passes to see the new sci-fi action film "Chappie," starring Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver, directed by Neill Blomkamp of "District 9"!
"The Congress," starring Robin Wright, is a psychedelic meditation on identity, ownership and free will in the digital age and beyond.
Everything about "Journey to the Seventh Planet" would land it on most people's "worst of" list, but those aspects make it right at home in the Schlock Vault.
Cursory storytelling and glitzy special effects make "Earth to Echo" a hollow reflection of the films to which it attempts to pay homage.
After watching season 8 of "Supernatural," I believe that these wayward sons have been carrying on way too long.
If “After Earth” isn’t the worst movie made this year, it’s certainly the laziest and most wasteful.
"Manborg" is like watching your friend play a video game, only you never want him to pass the controller because you're too busy having a great time.
It's opera singers, the British Independent Film Awards and a strange suspense thriller for this edition looking at cinema from across the pond.