The best science fiction movies from every decade.
'The Adam Project' Director Reveals He'd Love To Direct A 'Star Wars' And/Or Marvel Movie
About a year ago, in a city far, far north… filming wrapped on Netflix’s The Adam Project. The film stars Ryan Reynolds as Adam Reed, a soldier from the future who crash lands in 2022 and has to team up with his younger self to save the world. It is an interesting concept, though one I doubt is all that original. It has just been released on Netflix and has already earned a fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes. Taking place on Earth, in our world, it seems about as far removed from the Star Wars galaxy as possible. However, the director would like to pay it a visit someday.
Theory: Disney's 'Lightyear' Takes Place In 'Star Wars' Universe
Pixar is no stranger to theories. Almost every movie they have made has some kind of theory surrounding it. Some are simple and clever like Andy’s mom being Jessie’s original owner in Toy Story 2, and some are downright terrifying like any attempt to explain what is going on in the world of Cars.
Forbidden Planet - Pivotal Science Fiction
I remember seeing my first Star Wars film (Episode 4 A New Hope) when it was the first Star Wars film , and that huge spaceship that seemed to never stop as it just filled the cinema screen. How could something be that huge and move and be filmed. You know it’s just special effects that some guys put this together to impress you. This was pre CGI so it was all models and film retouching.
'Dune 2' Officially Announced
Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited Dune dropped October 22 on HBO Max and in theaters to a strong opening, earning over $40 million domestically. This is the largest debut of Villeneuve’s career and the highest debut for Warner Bros this year, which scheduled all of its 2021 releases on HBO Max and theaters simultaneously. However, a sequel to the epic science fiction classic was never assured until now.
If you Don’t Know Herbert’s Masterpiece Like the Bible, Denis Villeneuve's exclusive Dune Party is not for You
Dune is out, and it is more than a movie. The work is a long history of people’s personal experience with the story. So I’m going to provide mine to review the new film by Denis Villeneuve.
MCU Vs Comics: Star Lord's Origins
Way back in 2014 the ball that was the Marvel Cinematic Universe was picking up speed with no signs of stopping any time soon. The studio was eager to flood the market, but with big name superheroes like Ironman, Captain America, Thor, and even the Avengers already under their belt, they were quickly running out of sure-fire crowd pleasers. With that in mind they attempted what many would consider a hail mary and launched the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Bottom-Rung Star Wars
Battlefield Earth (2000) is a movie that is so unremittingly awful it has been labeled one of the "ten worst films of the Twentieth Century." That's not true at all, but it does go to show that once the tastemakers of the media machine have "decided" on the relative value or worth of a product, they'll waste no time in piling on the said product if they find it to be wanting, often for unspecified reasons.
Ding! Grand rising Community 6 Earthians. We’d like to thank all of you for your support and great energy during last night’s Togetherness Summit. As a reward for your participation, the council has decided to grace our community with a presentation of the most precious artifact known to man: the heart-shaped locket of our beloved Mother May, the first female president, founder of Love First, and the mother of the new world. We shall begin to prepare for the Ceremony at the break of the 8th hour. All citizens are expected to participate. Those who do not, will be brought before the co-council. Have a grand day all. And remember, Love First.
Pandemic 2025: The After Math No racism, No sexism, No agism. No isms at all, but yet, to keep in line with American values, EVERYONE has to be free, but keep in mind the phrase is "ESSENTIALLY FREE". How? Infrastructure is what we all came to call it. It was quite amazing. For everyone to be free or "essentially free", we the people decided to give up the ONE thing that we had been flirting with as a nation for generations. Our Privacy! Privacy is completely GONE.
Movie Trek 4: There Be Whales Here!
Star Trek IV is the most atypical of the Trek films, and yet, easily the most popular, at least until its crown was challenged by the 2009 Abrams movie. Completing the “Spock trilogy,” it continues the ongoing storyline of the films. The film opens on Vulcan, a few months after the end of The Search for Spock, with our gallant crew still on the run from Starfleet (who can't have been looking for them particularly hard, given that they've been hiding out on what is practically the Federation's second capital world). We have some time with Spock, his family and civilisation; it's wonderful for the fans to see Jane Wyatt back as Spock's mum Amanda Grayson.The newly resurrected Spock is still learning to be himself, having the relearn not only his everyday skills but the emotional epiphany he achieved way back in The Motion Picture. The film references its two immediate predecessors heavily in its opening scene, although it does commit a major sin by parking Saavik, robbing us of the trilogy's strongest new character. (Fan lore and allegedly the early drafts have it that Saavik remains on Vulcan because she is pregnant with Spock's child, a fascinating avenue for storytelling which unfortunately is nowhere on screen.) Saavik is unceremoniously dropped from the crew, staying behind on Vulcan without any consideration of how the previous film's events may have affected her.
The 1950s Science Fiction Podcast. S1 E7
Start of Transcript. Introduction: Hello and welcome once again to the 1950s Science Fiction podcast. Today's episode will be a 50s creature feature Creature with the Atom Brain. This movie is an old favorite of mine since childhood. I still have some memories of watching it on afternoon TV and how I got scared during the murder scene. I hope that you have been enjoying my podcast, and it is entertaining to you as well. I do strive to make my podcast informative and easy to understand also. Now on the review.
Passenger: Welcome onboard the Avalon.
This 2016 Science Fiction Romance film 'Passengers' was directed by Morten Tyldum and written by Jon Spaihts. Such a movie is partially based on the 1950s EC Comics story '50 Girls 50'. The Science Fiction stars Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt, with Michael Sheen and Laurence Fishburne in supporting roles. The plot of the story depicts 2 people who are awaken 90 years early from an induced hibernation on a spaceship that is transporting 1000s of passengers to a colony on a planet in a star system 60 light years from Earth.