Despite Brad Pitt’s powerhouse performance, “Ad Astra” can’t lift itself above the hardly-exciting pace and its predictable narrative. When it comes to cinema, slow doesn’t necessarily mean bad or boring. Some directors pull off movies with a little sense of … Continue reading Ad Astra (2019) Review – A Stranded Astronaut’s Journey With Little Impact
Dipped in the heavy, dreary sauce of “Blade Runner”, naive and childish like “The Phantom Menace” and uncomfortable to watch as anything that tries to push boundaries too hard, “Alita: Battle Angel” is a misfire, which – despite its weirdness … Continue reading Alita: Battle Angel (2019) – A Wannabee Sci-Fi Classic
“Ederlezi Rising” is a Serbian science fiction film, where in-your-face sex scenes and story’s crudeness blend with audiovisual experience inspired by “2001: A Space Odyssey”. Milutin (Sebastian Cavazza) is hired by a huge corporation called Ederlezi to participate in a … Continue reading An Android Love Story – Ederlezi Rising (2018)
“High Life” is an audacious take on science fiction, mixing drama and horror in a unique, a tiny bit perverted way. Ever since I watched “The Rover” in 2014, Robert Pattinson stroke me as a hidden acting treasure. At that … Continue reading Is High Life (2018) The Most Divisive Film Of The Year?
When you try too hard to create a sci-fi masterpiece, you eventually direct a film exactly like Annihilation (2018). Alex Garland is quite a polarizing director; a status he obtained after making only two movies. When Ex Machina (2015)d debuted, … Continue reading Notes On – Annihilation (2018)
In “The Titan” Sam Worthington “stars” in a lifeless science fiction drama, which doesn’t really work on any level (maybe apart from a gorgeous house of the protagonist). The year is 2048. The civilization as we know it is about … Continue reading The Titan (2018) Review – Netflix’s Grand Failure Starring Sam Worthington
It’s only February and Netflix is already killing the game in the worst films.
Indisputably surprising as a link to its previous parts, but also equally unnecessary and derivative. That’s the feeling that The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) left me with. Floating somewhere in space, a spaceship crew receives a mysterious mission to embark on. … Continue reading Notes On: The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)