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  • Space Mutiny

    Space Mutiny


    A perfect sort of film for Mystery Science Theater 3000, being ultra cheesy and charmingly low budget. It's also not boring and not without ambitions making it pretty fun to watch, I imagine even without some MST3K riffing over top.

    The plot here is complete nonsense as expected, but they aren't afraid to scale back the film to accommodate the shoestring budget. Not that there's anything particularly exciting on the action side of things, but it's very amusing seeing so…

  • Laserblast


    Laserblast was just one of the many attempts to cash in on the increased interest in sci-fi flicks after the release of Star Wars in 1977. It's cheesy, it's awful and it's also kinda entertaining (especially with Mystery Science Theater 3000 riffs running on top of it).

    I actually enjoy the premise of this film quite a lot. A kid finds a modded leaf blower, uh, I mean a *LASER BLASTER* and decides to shoot some people with it. Then…

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  • Ex Machina

    Ex Machina


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Ex Machina is a thought provoking and very topical film regarding A.I. It features a great directing debut for esteemed writer Alex Garland, as well as offering a showcase for three very talented up and comers; Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac and Alicia Vikander.

    The plot wasn't as cliched as I was worried it may be, and caught me off guard with its twists and great characters. Oscar Isaac in particular was fantastic and his character was very interesting and believable.…

  • La La Land

    La La Land


    Don't mind me, just adding another glowing La La Land review to the neverending pile. This is a very grand film in every sense of the word and it stands out in the current film landscape in just how joyful and classically influenced it is.

    For a portion of the first half I was close to having an "is this it?" moment, because despite the huge musical numbers and inventive direction & cinematography, the plot was a bit run of the…