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 […]
Rose de Fremery
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