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San Andreas   8/29/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
After their skydiving excursion, The Rock and his wife ride a 500 foot tsunami wave into the heart of the city and luckily enough turn up right outside the building his daughter is in ..Anyway, he pumps some sea water out off his daughter's ample chest, lets out a few cheesy one-liners and the saves the world.

Ant-Man   7/17/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
The film begins with a flashback to 1989 with Dr Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) arguing with Tony Stark's father over the development and ownership of his breakthrough 'Pym particles' - which can increase and decrease the mass of objects or living beings.

Gone Girl   7/13/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
As you may have guessed, the film starts with the mysterious disappearance of Ben Affleck's wife, Amy.

Mad Max: Fury Road   6/30/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
Taking less then 15 minutes to set the basis for the plot, the film kicks off right into action as Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron thunder across the wastelands in a "war rig" 18 wheeler, pursued by the hordes of petrol head nutcases led by the enigmatic Immortan Joe.

Mad Max: Fury Road   6/30/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
Taking less then 15 minutes to set the basis for the plot, the film kicks off right into action as Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron thunder across the wastelands in a "war rig" 18 wheeler, pursued by the hordes of petrol head nutcases led by the enigmatic Immortan Joe.

Whiplash   6/09/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
He was like a coiled spring throughout the film, as he embarked on his campaign of mind games and abuse against his pupils.

Ex Machina   5/19/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
Ex Machina is the best indie sci-fi I've seen since Duncan Jones' Moon (2009), and would easily make my top twenty greatest sci-fi films of all-time.

Stalker   5/03/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
However, after the first viewing, the film becomes infinitively re-watchable because of it's mystique - defiantly one of those films that you must watch before you die.

12 Angry Men   4/25/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
The film is an emotional roller coaster for the audience, and for a film only 90 minutes long set almost entirely in a single room, that is quite a feat.

Inherent Vice   4/23/15
by The Sci-Fi Slob
Much like Joaquin Phoenix throughout the film, I think you would have to be as high as a kite to even write a synopsis for this film, let alone a review; as I imagine Paul Thomas Anderson must have been when he directed it.


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