A new security chief is assigned to a mining colony, and discovers that there has been a rash of irrational suicides.
A prequil adventure with the eponymous Han Solo. It has no excitement since with a prequil there can't be any sense of accomplishment without any chance of failure.
A franchise so strong I didn't even know this movie was released or was even being made.
Not recommended, even for fans. It gives and does nothing. It's vaguely entertaining.
A super-secret military robot suit appears in a part-time mechanic's truck, and he fiddles with it enough to get trapped in it. Wanting to visit his soon to be ex-girlfriend, he wrecks a path of havoc while being chased by people trying to retrieve or destroy it.
This movie was a major inspiration for the ground-gliding for Ember.
A family is lost in space.
Inspired by Lost in Space - (1965 show)
The Earth is ruined when aliens invade, and a maintenance skeleton crew monitors killer drones to protect resource-gathering efforts for survivors.
A fantastic movie from every angle. A very strong mood throughout. Highly recommended.
In a dystopic future akin to Brave New World - (1932 book), by Aldous Huxley, everyone is lost in a virtual reality, playing a game to take control of the world's largest corporation.
This movie is parasitic to the childhoods of old men and permanent-children. It's worth a watch if you're over 40, otherwise it'll be a fairly confusing mess of references.
In a futuristic Germany, a mute guy has relationship troubles.
An interesting world, but generally terrible writing.
- German is unnecessarily sprinkled throughout this movie.
Intended as a spiritual successor to Moon - (2009 movie), though I don't see how.
Artificial intelligence is created, but they forgot to Send a philosopher, so things go to shit somehow there are survivors.
It borrows from various other things, but doesn't execute anything very well. It just comes off as being badly written. I should have guessed based on the production company's amateur-night page.
Survivors of an alien attack crash next to a prison and learn that the alien came with them.
This was my first movie with a shaved-headed woman. I guess I was all "oh no she di'int, now wesa gettin serioooos".
In my mind, the franchise was significantly weakened by this movie. It just didn't "feel right". Perhaps the previous two were so good that they became too tough to follow, but after yet another re-watch this movie really just doesn't seem all that good.
Properly titled ALIEN3
A synthetic bounty hunter of synthetics learns of a plot for synthetic-synthesis. Or something.
Plodding and nervous. Another unnecessary remake.