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ANON. Science fiction movie from the director of Gattaca

ANON. Science fiction movie from the director of Gattaca

Before Black Mirror captured the hearts of the audience with the theme of “technological development and the resulting threats and erosion of...

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LOGAN. Clever blend of western, road movie, and superhero film. The final salute to the warrior

“Logan” is a clever blend of western, road movie, and superhero film, where all these conventions naturally complement each other.

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THE WOLVERINE. Exaggerated, but in the style of cult action films from the 80s.

The first 20 minutes of “The Wolverine” are a piece of a great story about a guy who has to deal with his demons.

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL. Worthy yet somehow forgotten science fiction

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL. Worthy yet somehow forgotten science fiction

Jeff Nichols (Shotgun Stories, Take Shelter, Mud) is currently one of the most intriguing creators of the young generation in American cinema…

THIS MEANS WAR. A fail in Tom Hardy's filmography

There are dozens of better romantic comedies and spy movie parodies.

MORGAN. Science fiction debut of Ridley Scott's son

MORGAN. Science fiction debut of Ridley Scott's son

Luke Scott, son of Ridley, begins his directorial adventure somewhat in the style of Coppola, Howard, and the whole brigade of creators originating...

IN TIME. Science fiction movie from the director of Gattaca

IN TIME. Science fiction movie from the director of Gattaca

“Time is money” – an old saying has never been more true than in modern times…

JOHN CARTER. The story half of Hollywood ripped off from

JOHN CARTER. The story half of Hollywood ripped off from

Princess of Mars is a classic romantic science fiction tale set on Mars, written by Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1912.

THE THING (2011). An absurd prequel to the cult science fiction horror

The Thing from 1982 can scare several times more than its prequel.

THE KILLER SHREWS. Guilty pleasure for the ages

It’s one of those films that owe their cult status primarily to the catchy title, promising something truly bizarre.