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Apr 16, 2018
From Enthiran to Ra.One, what explains India's lack of imaginative, well-thought out sci-fi films?The Indian sci-fi films which have been made after the 2000s are high on special effects and star power, but low on content and conviction
Mar 29, 2018
How Ready Player One director Steven Spielberg made us fall in love with movies and then ruined themThere's no doubt Steven Spielberg is one of the most influential directors of our time. But is he one of the greatest?
Mar 15, 2018
Baby Driver star Eiza Gonzalez cast alongside Emma Roberts, Danielle Macdonald in sci-fi thriller Paradise HillsEiza Gonzalez will also be seen next in Robert Rodriguez's Alita: Battle Angel and in an untitled film by Robert Zemeckis.
Mar 13, 2018
Ready Player One: Early reviews call the sci-fi epic a 'classic Spielberg' film and 'pop culture extravaganza'Critics called Spielberg's Ready Player One a "dizzyingly propulsive virtual-reality fanboy geek-out."
Mar 08, 2018
Tribeca Film Festival: Ewan McGregor-Lea Seydoux's sci-fi romance Zoe unveiled as centrepieceThe annual New York festival announced the feature film lineup for its 17th edition on Wednesday.
Mar 07, 2018
Lost in Space: Danger, Will Robinson! Netflix releases epic new trailer for re-imagined sci-fi seriesLost in Space will revolve around the Robinsons, a family of astronauts who get stranded in a hostile alien planet
Mar 03, 2018
Steven Spielgberg's sci-fi action adventure Ready Player One to release in India on 30 MarchOscar-winning director Steven Spielberg's next sci-fi action adventure Ready Player One starring Tye Sheridan, TJ Miller will release in India on 30 March
Mar 02, 2018
Oscars: From 2001 A Space Odyssey to Blade Runner 2049 — Understanding the Academy's sci-fi biasWhile science fiction films dominate the technical award categories almost every year, they are rarely considered for Best Picture at the Oscars. Here's why.
Feb 24, 2018
Mute movie review: Netflix's streak of disappointing sci-fi films continues with Alexander Skarsgård-starrerMute seems to have all the right ingredients — an impressive cast, futuristic noir visual palette, neon-lit visual effects. However, the film is let down by monotonous character dynamics, a dull and meandering investigation, bland usage of potentially cool production design and a truly mind-numbing big reveal.
Jan 01, 2018
MAYiHELPA spy seeking to report a tip comes up against a confounding hurdle — a chatbot assistant | Presenting #FutureFiction on #FirstCulture