The Cloverfield Paradox in itself would be a great title to describe the obsession of J. J. Abrams with killing all the sci-fi series there are - he killed Star Trek, he is currently killing Star Wars, so what could he do with non-existent Cloverfield universum that he made up? He adds further movies that still has nothing to do with each other...
In the future another ex-Soviet republic, Moldova, was torn by a civil war - the rebels have attacked all the major cities, including capitol city of Chisinau and now the whole country is in ruins. American special forces are supporting the government and their units are fighting within ruined Chisinau. But when their battle goggle begin to record some strange phenomena General Orland decides to bring scientist to help them solve the mystery.
When movie The Mist made it big in box office the producers were already thinking of making some extra money on the idea. Funny enough they came up with concept that they could stretch the novel into a TV series. Sounds like the worst idea since "let's turn Hobbit into trilogy", right? Not funny enough they actually broadcasted the TV series 10 years after the movie premiere and what can I say... Swing and mist...?
What would you do in case of the zombie apocalypse? Most probably die I guess... There isnâ€™t much choice - people are dying all around you, then they come back again to kill you, so you would return as zombie and so on, so on... Unless you know how to survive in the world full of zombies, like Columbus...
What would you do if the new leader of government in your country would turn out to be a racist, who hate everyone who isn't just like him? Let's just pretend that it is fiction and not our reality, let's pretend that the leader does not abuse his power, let's pretend that he does not try to push the mindless propaganda and cover his mistakes. Such unusual times call for unusual hero - someone who knows the evil, so he can defeat evil.
Back in 1987 Patrick Swayze was at the peak of his career - after success of Red Dawn, North and South and filming Dirty Dancing (that also premiered in 1987) he could have choose any project he wanted. He did not choose wisely by signing up for Steel Dawn, that's for sure.
In a world devastated by the global corporations most of the people are struggling to survive in the desert-like conditions. The only people, who take revenge on the capitalist criminals are the bounty hunters, who hunt down the corporation executives and kill them for fame and money. The Drifter is considered to be the best bounty hunter, but woman called Mary Death gathers all the attention.
Steven Spielberg was responsible for many great movies, but case of Minority Report he took poor quality script and turned it into over 2-hour-long piece of rubbish. Which is a shame since original story, written by Philip K. Dick, was rather interesting. But that's Hollywood for you - the original script to Minority Report was developed as sequel for Total Recall, which in itself was a dumb idea.
Imagine a whole city hidden under the ground, imagine the people living there, imagine the stories they could tell... Actually this would make quite good movie I guess... So why City of Ember isn’t a good movie? I mean they actually built the whole city to film the City of Ember (and following parts), they took good actors (like Bill Murray, Tim Robbins or Martin Landau), all they needed is a damn good story... Oh, yes, the story, the tiny detail they have overlooked...
Sci-Fi Blog - even though science fiction started before 20th century a lot of people don't realize how vast and rich this genre really is. In United States many people associate sci fi with the Marvel comics and superhero stories, while the core of the science fiction is in the reaching for the future and exploring not only space, but also ourselves.
Story of the Zone
Wasteland - the final frontier... for logic