A lottery gives the programmer Caleb the unique opportunity to spend a week with the renowned programmer and AI expert Nathan. Little does he know that it will be a week-long breathtakingly dangerous AI experiment…
Clary finds out that she is actually a Shadowhunter and that there’s a whole world next to the one she’s living in – and that this new world is being threatened.
A high school teacher going through a rough patch in life encounters the new addition to her neighbourhood. But she soon realises that one stupid, desperate mistake may well cost her everything she’s ever worked for.
In the future, crime is fought by police droids – but ‘simple AI’ is not enough, and their programmer creates Chappie, the first completely sentient robot.
Living in a fairytale seems all right – at least for all those characters working toward their happy ending. Only it doesn’t stop there, and suddenly they’re forced to face reality…
A washed-up actor is struggling with his life and sanity, trying to find new meaning in his identity. But no matter what he does, he cannot seem to shake off the iconic superhero that he used to be.
Well folks, this is it. Tonight, this year is coming to an end, and with it comes a lot of time for reflection upon everything – what you did this year, what you learned about yourself, what you succeeded in and failed at. So here’s a short review of the movies I’ve blogged about this year!
There’s always some drama about violence in film, violence in games, violence everywhere. And yes, in some cases we do seem to have been numbed to seeing violence on-screen; it’s not that big a deal anymore. But what always gains a universal reaction of horror and disgust is violence directed against animals – the cuter,…
Where I live, this winter is supposed to be even warmer than the last one – so presumably without snow, how are you supposed to get into Christmas mood? Here are some suggestions for you to get into the spirit of it all without ever having to leave your room!
A couple weeks ago I had an interesting conversation, in which someone claimed that nowadays people seem unable to produce ‘brilliant’ movies. He said that the closest the past few years got to ‘excellence’ was Inception, but that it ultimately failed in achieving that too. And this got me thinking.