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Clara (2018)

Serviceable Canadian sci-fi sudser about an ousted astrophysicist trying to suss out if any sentient life exists beyond our Solar system. Streamed free on Sony Crackle.
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According to Wikipedia, Underwater with Kristin Stewart has so far gotten mixed/lukewarm reviews from the critics on RT and Metacritic. And somewhat poor reviews from general audiences who went to see it in theaters. The audience score on RT has been running a little higher at ~60%, fwiw. I never put much faith in review aggregators, esp. with niche movie/genres like this. So reserving judgement for now.

Movie is scheduled to bow on digital and home vid April 14th.
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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is also scheduled to bow on home video at the end of this month (ie, in 3 days), on March 31. It supposedly went to digital platforms on March 17.

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Science-Fiction lands in October Fun topic in April

Calling all space cadets and sci-fi buffs! The October Fun topic wants you for the month of April!

As a public service to homebound AVSers, the horror mavens in the October Fun: 31 Days of Horror topic have generously decided to turn their keys over to sci-fi fans for a no holds barred, nuts to the wall, pedal to the medal SF marathon for the next month or so, beginning April 1st...

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/44-mo...mbies-too.html

So bring your slimy xenomorphs, your space bunnies, and your inflatable Darth Vader suits, and dive in, if you want! Just be advised that some of the horror fans there may like their sci-fi on the ickier, and tawdrier side. So it likely won't all be blasters and wise-crackery robots... Though there should be plenty of that as well. More details beginning here.

If you don't feel like participating in the marathon, that's ok too. Feel free to swing by and give the other space pirates a little shout-out though, if you want... Oh, and I just made all that business about "public service" and what-not up. Nobody really gives a damn about that. (The SF marathon is the real-deal though. You have my word as an irregular horror-thoner on that.)

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Gonna check this out. Rare for Canada to get good sci-fi right. Last great Canadian "sci-fi" I saw was Orphan Black!
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Gonna check this out. Rare for Canada to get good sci-fi right. Last great Canadian "sci-fi" I saw was Orphan Black!
Welcome aboard, RC. I look foward to hearing your review and/or opinions of the above, if you give it a look.
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It was just a few years ago, this would have been sci-fi. Sci-fi authors have predicted this for years, the future of space must evolve beyond governments.
https://www.geekwire.com/2020/nasa-p...eid=d86a45c908
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Apparently, I am one of the few people in the world who really enjoyed the Wachowski's JUPITER ASCENDING. I am a huge fan of Space Opera....Star Wars (of course) Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, Chronicles of Riddick, The Fifth Element, Firefly/Serenity etc. I love all those movies (or shows). I rank Ascending up there with them. The Wachowski's did an excellent job of bringing the excesses of the Space Opera genre into the modern age with state of the art SFX. Sure the plot was a bit silly, but Space Opera in general can be kind of silly. Over the top villains, Space battles, incredible cinematography and SFX. Ascending has pretty much everything that all the other great sci-fi movies have. I think where Ascending really dropped the ball that kept it from attaining greatness was its two leads were rather poorly chosen. I thought everything else was top notch.

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Apparently, I am one of the few people in the world who really enjoyed the Wachowski's JUPITER ASCENDING. I am a huge fan of Space Opera....Star Wars (of course) Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, Chronicles of Riddick, The Fifth Element, Firefly/Serenity etc. I love all those movies (or shows). I rank Ascending up there with them. The Wachowski's did an excellent job of bringing the excesses of the Space Opera genre into the modern age with state of the art SFX. Sure the plot was a bit silly, but Space Opera in general can be kind of silly. Over the top villains, Space battles, incredible cinematography and SFX. Ascending has pretty much everything that all the other great sci-fi movies have. I think where Ascending really dropped the ball that kept it from attaining greatness was its two leads were rather poorly chosen. I thought everything else was top notch.


you’re not the only one.

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Mila was fine, but she needed someone better to play off of. Chris Hemworth or Tom Hiddleson would have been great. Overall I liked the film, let the "It's not The Matrix" crowd rot in their basements.
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2001... "Hal, open the hatch"/ "I'm sorry Dave, I can't do that"

2020.. "Alexa, open my front door"/ Sorry, I'm not finding "My front door"
2020.. "Siri, open my front door"/"I'd love to, but I don't have any hands.."
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2020.. "Siri, open my front door"/"I'd love to, but I don't have any hands.."
2020.. "OK Google, open my front door" / Chrome browser opens and runs a Google search for "Open Iowa Front Door". The top hit is for open house listings from the FrontDoor Apartment Finder Service in Davenport, Iowa. Driving directions to 472 available apartments in Davenport are immediately sent to your Android phone. Your Gmail starts getting spammed relentlessly by realtors and moving companies, and any search term you enter into any search engine on any device now includes results for apartments for rent in Davenport. Three days later a welcome package arrives in the mail from the Davenport Chamber of Commerce filled with flyers and coupons for their local businesses. You soon realize the only way to stop the madness is to actually move to Davenport, Iowa.
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2020.. "OK Google, open my front door" / Chrome browser opens and runs a Google search for "Open Iowa Front Door". The top hit is for open house listings from the FrontDoor Apartment Finder Service in Davenport, Iowa. Driving directions to 472 available apartments in Davenport are immediately sent to your Android phone. Your Gmail starts getting spammed relentlessly by realtors and moving companies, and any search term you enter into any search engine on any device now includes results for apartments for rent in Davenport. Three days later a welcome package arrives in the mail from the Davenport Chamber of Commerce filled with flyers and coupons for their local businesses. You soon realize the only way to stop the madness is to actually move to Davenport, Iowa.
Or send a Terminator back and make sure Chrome never happens
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My Chromebook wouldn't like that, Dave.
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Firefox awaits you..
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I do use Firefox on my desktop computer. The Chromebook is just for travel. It's lightweight, and it's cheap enough if it gets damaged or stolen I won't be too upset.
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2020.. "Siri, open my front door"/"I'd love to, but I don't have any hands.."
Or Siri simply responds, "O.K., here's what I found:"

Followed by a useless list of links that are perhaps tangentially related to the actual subject matter....
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Or Siri simply responds, "O.K., here's what I found:"

Followed by a useless list of links that are perhaps tangentially related to the actual subject matter....
You mean a Google search
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Google? What's that? Seriously, I have not used Google personally for eons....

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Na, I'm a DuckDuckGo man.... But yes, I'd use Bing before Google....
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Started my June Fantasy/SF-thon with Star Trek Generations. This is one of the better NexGen flicks imo. Streamed on Crackle.
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Apparently, I am one of the few people in the world who really enjoyed the Wachowski's JUPITER ASCENDING. I am a huge fan of Space Opera....Star Wars (of course) Flash Gordon, Buck Rogers, Chronicles of Riddick, The Fifth Element, Firefly/Serenity etc. I love all those movies (or shows). I rank Ascending up there with them. The Wachowski's did an excellent job of bringing the excesses of the Space Opera genre into the modern age with state of the art SFX. Sure the plot was a bit silly, but Space Opera in general can be kind of silly. Over the top villains, Space battles, incredible cinematography and SFX. Ascending has pretty much everything that all the other great sci-fi movies have. I think where Ascending really dropped the ball that kept it from attaining greatness was its two leads were rather poorly chosen. I thought everything else was top notch.
Still haven't seen it yet. I believe my library (which is still closed for the Covid) has it on DVD. Though I'm guessin it's probably a better watch in HD.
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Still haven't seen it yet. I believe my library (which is still closed for the Covid) has it on DVD. Though I'm guessin it's probably a better watch in HD.
Yeah you would want to watch it in HD with the Dolby Atmos soundtrack. The soundtrack is demo-worthy.

Though I would imagine it being even better in 4k with HDR. It will be one of the few discs I will re-buy in 4k once I get a PS5.
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June SF marathon continues with "My Favorite Martian", with Ray Walston & Bill Bixby on Crackle. Not the best sound or picture. But still sort of fun. Used to watch this on the tube when I was really, really little! Along with that show about the talking horse.

Some may remember Ray from Fast Times, as Mr. Hand...


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Ray Walston was Boothby in Star Trek Next Gen and a creepy alien (species 8472) pretending to be Boothby in Star Trek Voyager. But non of that tops Sean Penn in Fast Times LOL
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This is a review of the new Criterion bluray of the original THE WAR OF THE WORLDS.


LINK: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-W.../47388/#Review
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This is a review of the new Criterion bluray of the original THE WAR OF THE WORLDS.


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Looks good! Thanks for the link, dragon53.
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This is a review of the new Criterion bluray of the original THE WAR OF THE WORLDS.


LINK: https://www.blu-ray.com/movies/The-W.../47388/#Review
I placed my order this morning for it.
I have it on a DVD but really-really looking forward to seeing and hearing the New/Latest Blue-ray DVD.
Love that movie ...................



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For fans of schlocky ole-school SF, Bill recently did a pretty ice review Corman's 1966 space thriller Queen of Blood here. I don't think I ever saw the film. So not really recommending it per se. Just pointing it out for any other genre afficionados that may be interested.

There are reviews of a number of other older SF films in the above link as well. Though you may have to dig a bit for them.
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