Posts in category "Science-Fiction"

Movie Review - Super 8

by David Schuster A lot of times movie studios will keep certain films completely under wraps until they are released. Often it’s because the movie just plain sucks and they want to sucker as many people initially in before the foul word of mouth spreads. However, periodically these same studios know they have a hit... Read more »

11 Top Movies To See This Summer

11 Top Movies To See This Summer
The summer season which used to begin on Memorial Day has gotten earlier than ever as “Thor” and its 66 million dollar weekend proves. Now that’s I’ve seen most of the trailers, and done some due diligence with the entertainment magazines and the movie websites, here is a list of eleven of what appear to... Read more »

Eleven Memorable Time Travel Movies

A terrific film featuring great acting from not just Bruce Willis, but an up and coming star named Brad Pitt.  In a future world where humans have to live underground, a prisoner, James Cole (Willis) is sent back from 2035 to 1996 to try and gather information as to what role the "Army of the 12 Monkeys" had in the epidemic that wiped out 99% of the population.  The process isn't perfect and he arrives six years early where he is placed in a mental hospital.  When he vanishes, the attending psychiatrist becomes obsessed with the case.  Also starring Madeline Stowe and Christopher Plummer.  A must see.
Our own David Schuster may have given Source Code two and a half stars, but it racked up an impressive 90% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.  So I plan to go ahead an see it tonight. In the meantime, I decided to peruse the Internet and see what other time travel movies are among the most... Read more »
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Movie Review - Source Code

by David Schuster “Source Code” is a mix between science fiction and a thriller with an interesting concept of potentially changing events. Jake Gylenhaal continues his winning formula with another successful role that has you guessing from start to finish as to how this movie unfolds. Gylenhaal has really blossomed as an actor and has been... Read more »

Video of the Day - The Thing (1982)

It is taking too long to work on the next top eleven list. It will appear tomorrow.  Instead, I give you the trailer to John Carpenter’s 1982 movie “The Thing.”  A pre-quel to this film will arrive in theaters in October. Carpenter’s cult classic is itself a remake of a 1951 horror flick.

Upon Further Review - Inception

Upon Further Review - Inception
by Steven Leventhal One of the special effects scenes from “Inception” that did not involve CGI My colleague David Schuster reviewed this movie a few days ago.  One of his main comments was, “when plots and concepts are so off the wall I tend to get bored and that’s exactly what happened with “Inception” as... Read more »
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