Catching Up on SciFi Movies (Part 4)
- Sin City (2005) – Excellent stories, great characters, fantastic visuals and total immersion.
- Race to Witch Mountain (2009) – Well whaddya know? It wasn’t horrible.
- Inkheart (2008) – Suprisingly engaging and enjoyable.
- District 9 (2009) – There was a lot to like about this film, which was a tasty blend of cognitive dissonance and engrossing action. I liked that it was non-America centric and featured no movie stars.
- Steamboy (2004) – A very slow start, but once it got to the steampunk warfare scenes…that was some cool stuff.
- The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951) – The SciFi classic that exhibits an excellent use of metaphor, reflects the science fiction and the society of its time, and is a great story in its own right. The Blu-Ray version features some awesome extras – including a documentary that features appearances by David G. Hartwell and Charles N. Brown.
- Alien Trespass (2009) – I had high hopes for this film, but as homage to SciFi films of the 50’s, it was totally uninteresting. And as a parody, it was just unfunny. Either way, it was thoroughly boring.
Tagged with: Catching Up on SciFi Movies
Filed under: Movies
Like this post? Subscribe to my RSS feed and get loads more!