Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ is an exquisitely-acted, gorgeous film that introduces thematic threads it never satisfactorily follows.
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‘Life’ stitches together the good bits of better, previous science fiction movies. It’s pretty generic stuff, but entertaining regardless.
Morten Tyldum’s ‘Passengers’ dramatises a fascinating moral dilemma. Better than you might think, it eventually succumbs to some dull Hollywood conventions.
Hilary and Justin talk about the future as it’s been imagined on film, discussing the most appealing and trite visions of our destiny.
Rian Johnson’s time-traveling thriller is more mindful than mind-bending, featuring a capable Joseph Gordon-Levitt ready for his own action franchise.
‘Dredd 3D’ heightens a typical dystopian violence festival with synchronized stylistics and self-deprecating love for a deformed truth of the American way.
Quick Takes of four films: ‘Society,’ ‘Man on Fire,’ ‘Robinson Crusoe on Mars,’ and ‘Mind Game.’
Our hot and cold feelings toward Paul Dano and the rule of Colin Farrell are discussed in this week’s episode.
Nobody should have to choose between Ridley Scott’s best two films, but we’re going to make you do just that.
Alex and Phil get into the details about Ridley Scott’s Prometheus this week as they discuss the performance by Michael Fassbender, Ridley Scott’s mistrust of technology, and other themes from the movie.
Double review of ‘The Thing,’ feedback on Betrayal Movies list, and discussion about falling asleep in the theatre.
Review of ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’, Listener Feedback on Steve Carell’s Best Performance, Dual Review of ‘Terri’ and ‘Another Earth’.
‘Another Earth’ is thought-provoking and cleverly made and introduces the world to an excellent new acting talent.
Errors in sci-fi movies, ‘Expendables’ goes R, ‘Knight and Day’ gets mixed reviews, a look at Singh’s ‘Immortals’, trailer for ‘RED’