Sci Fi


Peace be with you John Cena. When we last saw John Cena’s Peacemaker, he was trying to cover up Amanda Walker’s dirty secrets by murdering Rick Flagg, and got shot in the throat by Bloodsport. The post credit scenes of… Read More ›


This ain’t your ordinary Beauty and the Beast tale. “Belle” is a Japanese anime feature that plays like a “Matrix” version of “Beauty and the Beast.” The virtual reality world is known as “U,” which allows users to be anyone… Read More ›

Swan Song (AppleTV+)

Two Mahershala Alis in one interesting cloning movie. There have been two movies with the same title of “Swan Song.” There was Todd Stephens’ gay drama with Udo Kier igniting the screen as a hairdresser returning to his roots, although… Read More ›

Don’t Look Up

Adam McKay’s apocalyptic satire hits the target weakly. Following his recent trend of political satires “The Big Short” and “Vice,” Adam McKay has made “Don’t Look Up” a representation of how our planet is dying from global warming and people… Read More ›


Renner and Steinfeld spread some holiday cheer and bow and arrows before the New Year. I was only given a 2-episode sneak preview of Disney+ and Marvel Studios’ new series “Hawkeye,” but I already know I want to see more…. Read More ›


This robot needs an upgrade. The first word the newly-invented android says when his inventor Finch tells him to say something is “something.” I hate to break it to you buddy, but Uma Thurman beat you to it in “Pulp… Read More ›


MCU’s weakest entry to date. From “Iron Man” to “The Avengers” to “Guardians of the Galaxy” to “Black Panther,” the MCU has produced one entertaining superhero movie after another. But even this studio has had its weak spots like “Thor:… Read More ›

Army of Thieves

A prequel even Danny Ocean would have enjoyed. “Army of Thieves” is the prequel to Netflix action horror hit from last May called “Army of the Dead,” and it’s also a spin-off on the German safecracker Ludwig Dieter, who was… Read More ›

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