Any fun which can be sucked from this planetary romp has been mutilated by an overrun of zombiefied pop culture.
Hand crafted miniatures and effects traditionalism still appeal whether chomped to fit between Michael Keith's laborious delivery or otherwise.
Ender's Game becomes a film which is both too fast and too slow, projecting cliff notes in a rush to embellish screens with dizzying zero gravity training spectacles.
A gaudy, futuristic advertisement meant to invoke inexplicable fear.
Being unapologetic about its existence – even insanely proud of it – makes this a big ass success
Grounded in the gritty landscape of seventies' cinema, Invasion of the Body Snatchers never lets up from its opening scenes.
Europa Report is mesmerized by science. On a 21 month mission to Jupiter’s icy moon, the five person crew aboard a research vessel bond over their excitement to find life. Cinematic happenings say things must go wr...
After Earth makes a critical misalignment of priorities.
The '60s had a hopeful optimism about the power of science to solve problems and this movie surely reinforces that notion.
Pacific Rim is unapologetic for its cinema conquering nonsense.
The Fly is humanized '50s sci-fi at its pinnacle.
Into Darkness is aggressive and brash, yet hosted by a commendable recreation of Captain Kirk whose engaging attitude mimics overall reboot/sequel intensity.