Sci Fi

Dune (2021)

This Sci-Fi epic story gets the cinematic experience the 1984 version didn’t. I viewed David Lynch’s 1984 take on Frank Herbert’s book “Dune,” which had Kyle MacLachlan, Virginia Madsen, and Patrick Stewart, among others, and I must say as much… Read More ›


A girl goes from brat to killer in this WTF French import. “Titane,” the French film that made writer/director Julia Duccourna (“Raw”) the second female director to win the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, is a bizarre and… Read More ›

I’m Your Man

The qualities and difficulties of a dreamy German robot with a British accent. If you’ve hated the false advertising of “Bicentennial Man” with Robin William or Garry Shandling’s motorized appendage in “What Planet Are You From,” then “I’m Your Man”… Read More ›


Hugh Jackman and the visuals are memorable, while the story is forgettable. I was dazzled by the art direction of “Reminiscence,” because it shows us a dystopian future when a war has happened and the streets of Miami are flooded…. Read More ›

The Suicide Squad

This DC sequel flips off the original. The original DC action film “Suicide Squad” from 2016 was a missed opportunity, in which writer/director David Ayer tried to channel in on the success of James Gunn’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” from… Read More ›

Snake Eyes

It’s a gamble and we lose. The origin story for the G.I. Joe character, “Snake Eyes,” has more action and fights than a story. So much slicing, kicking, and punching goes on, that it’s often difficult to comprehend what the… Read More ›

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