Infinite is a solid example of the subgenre of action movies where a person discovers they’re part of a secret world. It’s one with a lot of alumni, including The Matrix, Men in Black, and Push. With such examples present, I’m glad to say that Infinite manages to be unique among them and laser focuses on the things it does well.
Tagged: Science Fiction
As alluded to in a recent “It Came from the Archives,” it’s time for a random and sporadic new series where I review between one and three new releases from the YouTube channel Dust.
We promised you something sci-fi, and we intend to deliver. We promised you a strange future, and we have arrived.
Having now read the entire Chaos Walking trilogy (except the short stories), I figured I’d continue this article, and discuss new themes and plot machinations.
This interconnectivity, this familiar exploration, would have been enough to carry a movie. But The Mitchells vs the Machines still has two more things to cover.
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is one of the rare romantic comedies that not only functions well as such, but also is a wonderful and heartwarming science fiction story with a strong understanding of its premise.
If only it were that simple. If only the woes of the world could be turned off with just the flick of a switch.
While I’m not planning to make a habit out of reviewing Webtoon comics, Omniscient Reader caught my attention because of its sudden spiking popularity, and admittedly strong initial premise.
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