I'm in the science fiction phase of the lock down right now. I'm pretty much watching all of the Netflix sci-fi movies. They have some interesting ideas that you can tell other big movie makers didn't want to risk money on. See You Yesterday is a daring movie and for the most part fairly fun. The only thing I had against this movie was the ending.
I don't know what's up with my selection of films lately but I'm really getting into Science Fiction movies. I looked at the description and watched the trailer for Extinction and I got a little excited. This movie had come out back in 2018 but without too much hype surrounding it. I wasn't too sure about this movie as the last Netflix exclusive movie that I watched, "This is How it Ends" was kind of a let down.
Resident Evil Zero is actually a pretty old game. The series had started back in 1996 with the original Resident Evil on the original Playstation. It was eventually ported to the Saturn. Then we had a number of sequels to the franchise.
I have to admit this movie deceived me. I was scrolling through Netflix to find a good disaster movie to watch and I saw How It Ends. It looked pretty similar to the Rock's San Andreas movie but I was hoping for aliens.
As I am writing this the whole world is under isolation due to the global pandemic we're experiencing. I needed something to watch that would uplift me so I perused through Netflix and the movie Full Count kept on popping up. All it mentioned was that it was a sports drama. Usually that's something I really like because they're usually formulaic inspirational movies so I decided to give it a try. Little did I know, this movie was a little bit of a curve ball.
Escape from Alcatraz is surprisingly based on a true story. I honestly had no idea. When I saw this come up on Netflix I was surprised because it was the number 1 movie that Netflix kept recommending me to watch. I guess the algorithms work because I watched it eventually.