Starring: Sandra Bullock, Trevante Rhodes, John Malkovich Director: Susanne Bier In a dystopian future, Malorie (Bullock) is single and heavily pregnant when a strange phenonmenon breaks out. People start to turn violent and either kill themselves or kill others. Five years later, Malorie has survived on the understanding that the thing can infect you only… Continue reading Bird Box (2018)
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Preview: Genesis (2018)
Starring: Olivia Grant, Chike Okonkwo, Ed Stoppard, Warren Brown, John Hannah Director: Freddie Hutton-Mills, Bart Ruspoli In a dystopian future, a red mist that corrodes everything in it's path, a result of a chemical weapon, leaves man to live underground to survive. The survivor's want to believe that they are not the last bunker that… Continue reading Preview: Genesis (2018)
Preview: Ready Player One (2018)
Starring: Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Lena Waithe, Ben Mendelsohn, Simon Pegg, Mark Rylance Director: Steven Spielberg It's 2045, and the world is an awful place to live. The poor live in the stacks, unsafe high rise trailer parks, while an evil corporation, IOI, keeps them there by encouraging them to stack up debts that are… Continue reading Preview: Ready Player One (2018)
What Happened To Monday? (2017)
Starring: Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, Willem Dafoe Director: Tommy Wirkola In a dystopian future, families are restricted to having only one child, all others are put into cryosleep by the government. But the Settman siblings are born, seven sisters, their father chooses to teach them to live secretly sharing one life. Each gets one day… Continue reading What Happened To Monday? (2017)
It Comes At Night (2017)
Starring: Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Egojo, Riley Keough Director: Trey Edward Shults This is an interesting film. In a dystopian future, a plague has wiped out a lot of humanity, and one family, a husband and wife with their teenage son, have isolated themselves in a cabin in the woods to survive. Then another… Continue reading It Comes At Night (2017)
Ghost In The Shell (2017)
Starring: Scarlet Johannson, Pilou Asbaek, Takeshi Kitano, Juliette Binoche Director: Rupert Sanders I'm going to have to be a bit unpopular and say that I actually enjoyed this film. I remember watching the anime years ago, but I don't remember that much about it, but that I liked it. It was cool and it also… Continue reading Ghost In The Shell (2017)
Sci-Fi London Film Festival: Domain – Review
In a dystopian future, humanity is living underground in individual, one room bunkers, to outlive the disease that’s razing humanity on the surface. In small groups of seven, the survivors communicate through an interface where they can group chat and build relationships. But there are pressures living underground, and when one of their number becomes unbearable, they breach the system and exclude him from their group, which starts off a chain of events.
Isolated from all but each other, the tensions within the group are drawn to the fore, and we can only watch as they go through their routines which are all they have to keep them sane. And we can only watch when things start to go wrong and someone starts to kill members of the group one by one.
What’s really going on? How can someone be entering their cells without catching the disease outside? Is it…
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Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen, Stephen Merchant, Boyd Holbrook, Richard E Grant, Director: James Mangold Logan, the man who is also known as Wolverine (Jackman), has grown old. He no longer heals so good, and he's spending his days sleeping in his car, drinking heavily, and chauffeuring obnoxious people around near the Texas… Continue reading Logan (2017)
Man Down -Review
Have you heard that expression about the best way to approach life being this: take your work seriously, but never yourself? I think that sums up Shia Labeouf. He does weird things, says weird things, I’ve heard rumours that he’s a cannibal (ha ha). He’s a funny guy who seems to think the whole fame thing is a bit silly and should be poked fun at, and then he turns in a natural, confident and heart felt performance.
And that’s what’s really important in this film.
He plays US Marine Drummer, a man who has grown up with his best friend Devin (Jai Courteney), who also followed him into the army. And who has a beloved wife (Kate Mara) and son. That core set of relationships is the beating, bleeding heart of this film.
The story is split into three strands, the past, where we learn how close his family…
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105 Must Watch Movies: Metropolis (1927)
Starring: Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel, Gustav Frolich Director: Fritz Lang In a beautifully realised dystopian future, the world is run by the decadent city planners, who are strongly divided from the working classes, but all this changes when the son of the city's overlord meets Maria, a kind woman from the working classes who opens… Continue reading 105 Must Watch Movies: Metropolis (1927)