This is a review of Star Trek Into Darkness. Star Trek, Creator Gene Roddenberry’s Wagon Train to the Stars lives long and prospers in theaters. Into Darkness, the latest installment of Roddenberry’s vision is the best of all Star Trek Films. It manages to go where no other Sta...
In anticipation of the release of Star Trek Into Darkness, a look back at the last Star Trek film and the present creative state of the Star Trek franchise: where Trek is now and where it needs to go, and what makes something truly "Star Trek".
Brief review of the science fiction film, "The Final Cut" starring Robin Williams, Mira Sorvino, and Jim Caveziel (2004)
Review of Steven Spielberg's science fiction movie, War Of The Worlds.
A Review Of the New Star Trek Movie Directed By JJ ABrams and Staring Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana,
I robot - a science fiction story which may happen in future. The story is well narrated and shows many fictitious facts which are feast for fiction story lovers. This movie is released in the Year 2004 based on the short stories by Issac Asimov.
This is the story of a dying planet and the alien who came to Earth to colonize not knowing the earth would be gone 820 years hence. A search began by astronauts to find a suitable new planet and their journey to Andromeda and then their return in a completely different form. Thanks ...
Review of the recently released feature film , The Hunger Games .
If you could go back in history to change history, would you?
This yet to be released movie is about a father and son crash landing on an alien planet.
This is my personal view about the latest movie I watched.
Fans of science fiction have had many heated debates about this subject, and being one of those fans, I naturally cannot resist sharing my own opinion on the matter!
What a classic! E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial! Why aren't they making movies as good as this anymore?!
The lightsaber was a weapon created and used a long time ago, in a galaxy, far, far away.
A review of what classifies John Carpenter's The Thing as a science fiction film