Aurora’s a writer, or a wannabe writer anyway; she’s the sort of young writer who probably hangs around the futuristic version of Starbucks penning things like ’15 Ways to Get the Best Hypersleep’ for Buzzfeed.Read more "Oscars 2017: Passengers"
A cynic would say that most of the actors are only here for an easy pay cheque. That’s not true: they’re here for an easy pay cheque and the chance to stay in a nice house in the country.Read more "Ex Morgana?"
Movie Rob’s sci-fi fest continues. Here is my take on Automata.Read more "Automata (repost)"
Movie Rob’s Genre Grandeur for January is sci-fi. Here’s a review of Blade Runner which I wrote a while back.Read more "Blade Runner"
It’s already been talked about as “Gravity – with a love story.”Read more "Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt Will Sleep Together For $150 Million"
Weaver said “I would love to take Ripley from orbiting around in space and give a proper finish to what was such an excellent story.”Read more "Ripley Revisits Alien; Pretends Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection Never Happened … Maybe"
Is it too late to change the title to Uranus Descending?Read more "Will Jupiter Ascend?"
Fans of the series will no doubt have notice the many clever nods to earlier episodes that were scattered throughout. Easter eggs: that`s what the kids are calling it these days.Read more "Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day?"
It is hampered by an unoriginal plot and an unevenness of tone, and it borrows from so many genres I am not sure if it knows what sort of film it wants to be.Read more "Routine Robotics: Automata"
I had a look at X: The Unknown for Movie Rob’s Genre Grandeur Month on Alien Movies Click on the link to read it Genre Grandeur – X: The Unknown (1956).Read more "Solve for X: Genre Grandeur – X: The Unknown (1956)"