Nothing could possibly go wrong in an amusement park populated by robots.
An agent of the witness protection program "erases" people so they can hide while awaiting their court testimony, but one proceeding has powerful interests.
An adequate-enough movie for its era.
Something about a boy in the 70s wandering around and a girl from earlier who also wandered around because reasons and things happen but they're not exciting so just give this a miss.
I don't know what the fuck these people were thinking, but this is beyond confusing and awful.
An alien grows up with super powers.
Bunches of this movie make no sense. It's cute and dated, but ultimately not great because of moments of terrible writing.
A centuries-old man is embroiled in a sword-fight between other immortals.
This is one of those movies which forged my young self, but I cannot recommend to others. It definitely feels dated, and I doubt its ideas would be particularly shaping to others compared to the other movies created since this one.
In a sense, you could also see Unbreakable - (2000 movie).
A buddy cop show with an android, set in the near future.
It's great all around, especially the acting from the lead characters. Once the initial interest wears off, it lacks the good writing to give it either an episodic groove or an overall story arc. It's especially poor with an arc which could last it into another season, trivially-justifying its cancellation.
Recommended only for fans of "loose" science fiction who would be interested in the robot buddy cop angle. Watch one episode, then decide. Others can give it a pass, unless they like Karl Urban, who plays a cop played by Karl Urban.
A military unit is sent on missions in a future where all of humanity is at war with alien insects.
The show is animated, and not "anime". As such, it has not held up well with time. The music is fantastic, though. Truly. However, its other high points do not make up for the visual issue I have.
While it doesn't do it for me, I would recommend this for fans of the movie or movie series who can also handle the visual style and jerky movement that to me is reminiscent of ReBoot (1994-09-10 to 2001-11-30 television show).
- Properly titled Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles
- Ran from 1999-08-30 to 2000-04-03
- Based on the book.
Based the movie Starship Troopers - (1997 movie), and is definitely not a sequel to it.
A king, resurrected with half of a dragon's heart, rules with an iron fist but is opposed by his former-mentor, a former dragon-slayer now allied with that last dragon who has the remaining half of the king's heart.
A fine, action-heavy, fantasy. Has a lot of recognizable stars.
- DragonHeart - (1996 movie)
- Dragonheart - A New Beginning - (2000 movie) (sequel)
An ancient discovery in Egypt, from before the pyramids, is found to be a gateway to another world which is still kept as a slave planet by Ra, a self-appointed god who is an alien just trying to get by.
A fantastic movie. Not exactly mandatory. Perhaps elements of it don't feel like they have held up well, or maybe there has been so much excellent science fiction before, during and since its time.
If you like this movie, see Stargate viewing order for the viewing order of other shows.