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The Hobbit The Battle of Five Armies poster
Premiere: December 2014
Mere seconds after the events of "Desolation", Bilbo and Company continue to claim a mountain of treasure that was guarded long ago: But with Gandalf the Grey also facing some formidable foes of his own, the Hobbit is outmatched when the brutal army of orcs led by Azog the Defiler returns. But with other armies such as the elves and the men of Lake-Town, which are unsure to be trusted, are put to the ultimate test when Smaug's wrath, Azog's...

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Jurassic World poster
November 25, 2014
Earlier today, Universal sneaked in the full trailer for Jurassic World, 2 days early. Why, who knows? Maybe it's because it might have ruined thanksgiving. Ok, that's a bit harsh, but I'm completely underwhelmed by the trailer.
The Hunger Games Mockingjay - Part 1 poster
November 21, 2014
Early Friday projections show Lionsgate’s “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1″ heading for an opening weekend of about $125 million in the U.S. — significantly lower than recent forecasts and over 20% below the first two “Hunger Games” movies.
Prometheus 2 poster
November 18, 2014
A new interview with Ridley Scott has surfaced online during his promotional rounds for his latest film Exodus. During the interview Ridley gives a brief update on both his upcoming Blade Runner sequel and the highly anticipated Prometheus sequel!
Chappie poster
November 13, 2014
The first trailer for Neill Blomkamp‘s Chappie told us what Blomkamp enjoys most in life. Dingy brown landscapes. Socio-political commentary wrapped in a veil of science fiction. Sharlto Copley (this time, heavily autotuned).
Interstellar poster
November 12, 2014
Interstellar may have failed to top the U.S. box office chart, losing out to Disney’s Big Hero 6, but it had no such competition here in the U.K., with the sci-fi epic debuting in first place with £5,378,220 and giving director Christopher Nolan his fourth-biggest opening on these shores after The Dark Knight Rises, The Dark Knight and Inception.
Interstellar poster
November 11, 2014
There are about as many things you can criticize in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar as there are minutes in the science fiction epic, and with that comes an interesting spectrum of opinions ranging from intense adoration to flat-out disdain. Perhaps one of the stranger criticisms I've come across, however, is in regards to the science used in the film, more specifically that some of it is, well, fiction.
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The Signal
 
7.8
Reviewed by Eric Monse
"This movie has all the right elements to make it a great movie. The idea behind it is excellent. The story isn't bad. The visuals are great. The directing is great. And even the reveal at the end is really good. So what stopped me from liking this movie? I..."
The 100
 
3.7
Reviewed by rob froud
"... with a reasonable underlying plot. I am sticking it out mainly as I cannot get a novel sci-fi fix elsewhere else. The 100 provides more grist to the mill that high quality sci-fi is being killed-off with Generation Y (no demand = no supply). It is pretty much a..."
Star Trek
 
4.2
Reviewed by J McW
"This is the Star Trek film that should have never been. It's obvious that J.J. Abrams was no fan of the franchise, nor did he show it the respect that it deserved. The complete rape of the original history that was put in place by the films and television shows,..."
Edge of Tomorrow
 
9.2
Reviewed by Eric Monse
"First, before anything else, DO NOT watch this movie in 3D. The 3D sucks. In general I'm not a fan of 3D but it has gotten better and studios have been more subtle about it. In this case, the 3D was added in post-production instead of filming in 3D. It..."
Utopia
 
9.4
Reviewed by Jones
"Great show, stunning visuals and soundtrack with an interesting story. Interested on where they go with season 2 but the first season was great. "
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