- I started watching it at s04e10.
Properly titled The Blacklist: Redemption
It's a really convoluted shit of a movie; just pass.
A weak man's family gets killed but a strong man seeks revenge.
It makes zero sense so many times throughout the movie. It's also not proper within any of the universes of the previous movies. If you do or if you don't like the previous movies in this series, pass on this.
When super-soldier technology is discovered in the hands of terrorists, a former super-solder is brought back into service.
Properly titled Universal Soldier: Regeneration
A previously-failed super-soldier program doesn't actually get buried after all, and everyone regrets that when its maintainers try to take over.
It's too heavy on the music, but it's generally okay.
Properly titled Universal Soldier: The Return
A super-soldier program goes awry when some of its team begin to remember their past.
Quite a good movie. Even though it's old, it holds up well enough even with in-movie technology changes.
In a world where siblings are illegal, seven of them struggle against being caught.
It was kind of okay to begin with but it sled downhill..
- Aka Seven Sisters.
I don't know why there's no question mark for this title?
See also Multiplicity - (1996 movie)
A plague envelops the world, and a band of people flee the population centres to find a new home.
It's ruined by flash-forwards. These would have to be edited to make a more pleasing movie.
A sample from Mars comes out of hibernation.
If you end the movie at the correct point, then it's a fine movie. Otherwise it's shit.
In a ruined world, a girl is raised by a robot to replace humanity.