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IMDB’s Description Amidst a territorial gang war in 1997, a sophisticated alien hunter stalks the citizens of Los Angeles and the only man between him and his prey is veteran L.A.P.D. officer, Lieutenant Mike Harrigan. This movie opens with Mike R. Harrigan (Danny Glover) involved in a major shootout with the gangs of LA. From ... Read more
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Once again, that which cannot be shortened to be called a comic-con has come and gone in Salt Lake City. The Spring show was billed as being smaller, and it was. Fewer vendors, panels, and crowds. Occasionally FanX has done smaller Spring shows, kind of to give everyone a breather, and then they bounce back ... Read more
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Avengers Endgame is the most anticipated new release for the week of April 25th, if not for the whole month of April. There are a lot of rumors, theories, predictions, and secrecy around the film, and here are the Agents of Nothing’s predictions. HALT! This is all unsubstantiated hearsay guesses, but if even one thing ... Read more
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Stats Top Question and Top Viewed: The top question was “Why is Shelob considered evil?” asked by Misha R with an accepted answer by wcullen, although there are several competing answers, two of which have more votes by Valorum and Paul Johnson. Top Answer: The top answer was to the question “Does any Looney Tunes ... Read more
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IMDB’s description: After discovering a mysterious artifact buried beneath the lunar surface, mankind sets off on a quest to find its origins with help from intelligent supercomputer HAL 9000. The movie has literally had a black screen now for 3 minutes with just music. I stopped the movie twice to make sure there wasn’t something ... Read more
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IMDB’s description A barbarian woman with a miraculous healing staff gains the help of a group of to-be heroes as an army of dragons invades the land. Author’s Note: As a fan of the book series, I was excited when I heard they were making an animated movie. I imagined something long the lines of ... Read more
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The Enderverse cannot be stopped, and new additions are still being added. Since my review of The First Formic War Trilogy two new trilogies are now in progress. A sequel to the first trilogy, The Swarm: The Second Formic War (again written by Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston) and Children of the Fleet (written ... Read more
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Stats Top Question: The top question was What prevents Asimov’s robots from locking all humans in padded cells for the humans protection? asked by budgiebeaks with the highest voted answer by PMar. Top Answer: Mike Scott had the highest voted answer of the quarter for the question Why did Aragorn call this stranger father? asked ... Read more
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When movies are set in the future and we eventually catch up with that future, it is fun to see what they got right and what they got wrong. The 1980s in particular seemed to have high expectations for the year 2019. Starting with… Blade Runner (1982) The movie is set in November, so we ... Read more
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Watch it.     No, seriously.   Here’s the highlights: Visually stunning in a way that perfectly executes a blend of cinema and comic book that hasn’t been done before, but absolutely needs to be done again Well-written (for real) story that contains actual surprise moments Well-acted with a great cast Humor and action for ... Read more
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