It’s finally here. I got to enjoy Star Trek: Discovery in all its glory this past Sunday. Yesss! After 12 years with no Trek on the air, it’s so fantastic to be boldly going, once more, into uncharted territory with a brand new crew. I’m not going to attempt to write an exhaustive review of […]
I finally got to see Wonder Woman. Went with my mother, who loves a good summer blockbuster and was curious, like I was, to see a comic book action movie with a woman playing the superhero for once. As the credits rolled, she turned to me and said, “I wonder what it would have been […]
One of my favorite sci-fi films is Flight of the Navigator, a thoroughly 1980s children’s adventure in which a 12-year-old Florida boy named David Freeman goes out one summer evening to pick up his younger brother, falls into a ravine, and then mysteriously disappears. After returning home eight years later with no memory of what […]
Last week I saw a screening of The Future Is Planning a Farewell Tour, a documentary film that poses the provocative question of whether science fiction films are trying to sound an alarm bell about a coming dystopian future, at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens. It was shown as part of the Philip […]
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