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Well, right off the bat this movie screams IT’S THE SAME DIRECTOR AS INCEPTION. The familiar cast members, the editing, colour-scheme and the over-complicated storyline were just a few of the tell-tale Nolan signs.
However, as I am a massive Inception fan, I was not upset about this. In fact, I was hoping to see more of the same cast (where’s Leo at?). Continue reading →
Tagged action, christopher Nolan, Dimple Kapadia, drama, Elizabeth Debicki, inception, John David Washington, Kenneth Branagh, michael caine, robert pattinson, scifi, Tenet, time travel
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I thoroughly enjoyed Godzilla. I thought it would be just another King Kong movie: looooooong, with a damsel in distress and a brutal ending highlighting the selfishness of mankind.
However, this was more like a monster sci-fi movie. Giving a nod to Jurassic Park, Space Odyssey (music), War of the Worlds, Captain America… You name it.
A movie that plays on our fears of nuclear and natural disasters… And, giant lizards. It’s fantastic. My favourite part is when they talk about why the nuclear testing occurred in the 1950s. Very. Scandalous… Continue reading →
Tagged Aaron Taylor-Johnson, action, are you thinking what I'm thinking, Bryan Cranston, David Strathairn, disaster, Elizabeth Olsen, Gareth Edwards, godzilla, japan, Juliette Binoche, Ken Watanabe, monster, nuclear, sally hawkins, scifi
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This is a sci-fi, action, superhero film that is looking for funding.
This movie is about a neuroscientist whose experiment backfired, and equipped him with the ability to manipulate minds.
An action-packed feature with Inception-esk scores. I have now noticed that the director/writer, Joseph Mbah, is a fan of Christopher Nolan which explains that similarity.
I’m impressed to see how young the director is – only 24… Continue reading →
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It was a great concept, but it was just so weird! It was simply bizarre.
Scarlet Johansson plays the protagonist, Lucy, who is kidnapped and used as a drug mule. The new drug seeps into her system, which enables her to use more and more and more of her brain.
She is able to manipulate everything from pain tolerence to technology. She even pulls some solid Matrix moves.
It would have been a great as a short film… Continue reading →
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This. Is. Ah-May-Zing…
What a concoction! An action sci-fi film with epic fight scenes, storyline, characters and sets.
Elysium (a term from Greek mythology referring to where the blessed dwell after death) is based in the year 2154 where Earth is polluted, diseased and overpopulated by the poor and dying… Continue reading →
Tagged 2013, 2154, action, Alice Braga, Diego Luna, elysium, film freak, future, Jodie Foster, matt damon, review, scifi, Sharlto Copley, Wagner Moura, William Fichtner
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Well, we went to the past of 1985 in the last movie so it’s only logical to go to the future of 1985 in the sequel! We go to 2015 where the cars are flying and instead of skateboards, we have hover boards… Doesn’t seem quite so realistic now that 2015 is just around the corner!
“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads….” We go to the future with Marty (Micheal J. Fox), Doc (Christopher Lloyd) and Marty’s girlfriend Jennifer (Elizabeth Shue) because Doc is concerned that their son will be framed by the grandson of Biff (Thomas F. Wilson), Marty’s high school bully… Continue reading →
Tagged 1955, 1985, 2015, awesome, cars, Christopher Lloyd, connie, Doc, film, film review, flying, freak, hover, Lea Thompson, Marty, McFly, michael J Fox, movie, Nike, nz, review, robert zemeckis, sci-fi, scifi, Thomas F. Wilson, time, time machine