After 7 years director Alfonso Cuarón finally returns to the big screen, and this thime space is the frontier we'll be travelling through for an amazing 90-minute journey that has you holding you on the edge of your seat every second of its runtime.
I'll admit that I was skeptical about the movie at first. The trailers don't give away much about the movie, but as the final trailer of the film hit I was hellbent on seeing this movie…
It's like reading a book with half of the pages missing. One of my biggest problems with jOBS was that the film tries to summarize so much information in two hours that it can't help but skip a few years every 2 scenes. Jobs and less than a handful of the other characters are the only ones that get some character development on screen but the time skips make it hard to relate to a lot of the situations on…
*Note, this review may contain minor unintended spoilers.
A few years ago I was blown away by Neil Blomkamp's major motion-picture debut District 9, and now 4 years later the director brings us a sci-fi epic of even greater proportions, but does it have the legs to keep up with D9, or is its core much more simple minded than its predecessor?
Elysium takes place in the year where 2154, in which Earth has basically become a huge favela filled…