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Features

Monday, January 4 2010

The Guilty Pleasure Films of 2009

Someone, the same old suspects show up on this list - cheesy horror films, goofy gross out comedies, and the occasional certified WTF title. Lucky for us, 2009 was no different when it came to culpable schlock.


Monday, May 28 2007

Future Shock: The Death of Serious Science Fiction

The serious Science Fiction film genre is dead or at least on cinematic life support. As the new millennial marches forward, and an omnipresent production paradigm that substitutes spectacle for smarts, futurist filmmaking is definitely gasping for breath.


Reviews

Thursday, March 19 2009

Knowing

Knowing’s premise is intriguing, even if it ends up being a familiar race-against-time-disaster-movie.


Sunday, December 12 2004

I, Robot (2004)

'It's harder and harder to make straight-ahead sci-fi and straight-ahead comic book movies,' says Akiva Goldsman.


Sunday, August 22 2004

Garage Days (2004)

Garage Days chronicles the adventures of a struggling young Sydney band as they try desperately to land that ever-elusive first paying gig.


Wednesday, July 14 2004

I, Robot (2004)

These green-screen jamborees are utterly summer-blockbustery (or maybe just Will-Smithy), but they also tend to substitute for ideas.


Wednesday, July 16 2003

Garage Days (2002)

Director Alex Proyas comes out of his moody cave with this flick about a band's efforts to find fame.


News

Sunday, March 22 2009

‘Knowing' tops weekend box office

The debut of the Nicholas Cage science-fiction thriller "Knowing" took top honors at the weekend box office, raking in some $24.8 million through Sunday morning, according


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