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)
An inventive horror-inspired science fiction, which somehow lacks depth to become a cult movie.
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)