Tag Archives: Denis Villeneuve

Dune (2021) Review

A GRAND VISUAL SPECTACLE AND A TRUE CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE   A future beyond our amazement and wonder, but is rooted in humanity, the evolution of mankind, the trappings of power, and the dangers of blind fanaticism. Sci-fi author Frank Herbert depicted such science fiction nuances and thematic messages within his 1965 release novel Dune; bringing to light a master class

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Blade Runner 2049 (2017) Review

MORE HUMAN THAN HUMAN   In 1982, moviegoers everywhere were introduced the sci-fi / neo-noir film Blade Runner. Loosely based on the 1968 novel “Do Android Dream of Electric Sheep” by Phillip K. Dick, the film, which was directed by Ridley Scott and starred Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, and Daryl Hannah, follows the story of

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Arrival Review

WHAT IS YOUR PURPOSE ON EARTH?   Throughout the years, many have wonder of what our “first contact” with extraterrestrial life (alien) will be like. Will they be friendly? Will they be hostile? How will they look like? How will the general public regard these celestial beings? Will they understand our language and accept our humanity? Such questions have always

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