Posts Tagged ‘science fiction’
A dystopian look at love in the future, a Key & Peele feature comedy and an Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas biopic lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
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.
Science-fiction films have allowed us to gaze into the future, and behind every memorable sci-fi film is an even more memorable score.
"The Martian," the first season of Golden Globe-winning TV series "Mr. Robot" and horror sequel "Sinister 2" are among this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
"Dust" is a science-fantasy short film that delivers more imagination, style and substance than most big-budget Hollywood productions.
“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.
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's arrival as a fairytale filmmaker extraordinaire finds him, with a rapscallion's wit, pulling back the tent to welcome us inside his wild mind.
Despite its introduction of the immediately iconic Thunderdome arena, this Mad Max tale can't quite bridge a directorial split.
Despite frustrating first and final acts, "The Age of Adaline" eases into easygoing, effective melodrama thanks to a most unlikely savior.
"Chappie" is neither the easy kind of bad nor the sort from which co-writer / director Neill Blomkamp can't bounce back ... but damn, does it hurt to watch.
It's highly illogical to imagine a world in which Leonard Nimoy is no longer with us, but in countless ways he will forever stay with me.
Nick Rogers offers some quick takes on a trio of new movies that opened this weekend — "The Loft," "Black or White" and "Project Almanac."