Tagged: sci-fi

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Throwback Thursday: Children of Dune

Children of Dune (2003) mini-series review Set years after the events of Frank Herbert’s Dune, this Sci-Fi original miniseries follows Paul Atreides’ twins as the changing political landscape of Arrakis begins to threaten the...

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Throwback Thursday: Dune (2000)

Dune (2000) mini-series review Long before Denis Villeneuve took on Frank Herbert’s sci-fi novel “Dune,” but long after David Lynch tried it in 1984, John Harrison made this miniseries for the Sci-Fi Channel, acting...

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Dune (1984)

Dune (1984) movie review Based on the novel by Frank Herbert, Dune follows Paul Atreides, who must follow his destiny to a planet called Dune, a desert planet with an abundant resource that several...

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Men in Black: International

Men in Black: International (2019) movie review A spin-off of the Men in Black series (1997, 2002, 2012), following secret agents responsible for protecting the world from the knowledge that aliens live among us,...

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Doom

Doom (2005) movie review Doom, starring Dwayne Johnson (uh, that’s “The Rock” to you. – Ryan), Karl Urban, and Rosamund Pike, and based on the video game series of the same name, follows a...

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Upgrade

-Upgrade (2018) movie review So my usual December schedule consists of trying to catch up on every noteworthy movie I missed this year, which brings me to Upgrade! Upgrade is an action thriller that...

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Men in Black 3

Men in Black 3 (2012) movie review Premiering more than a decade after the original, Men in Black 3 brings back Will Smith (Agent “J”) and Tommy Lee Jones (Agent “K”), as well as...

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Men in Black II

Men in Black II (2002) movie review Men in Black II, or Men in Black 2, again follows Will Smith as Agent “J”, who is sent to retrieve Agent “K”, played again by Tommy...

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Men in Black

Men in Black (1997) movie review Men in Black stars Will Smith as officer James Edwards, a police officer-turned-secret agent who discovers that humans are not alone in the universe, or even on their...

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