You might be someone who hasn’t watched Daredevil before. Maybe you have. All I know for sure is that this television show is a masterpiece. That’s a bold statement, but I assure you it’s for a good reason. Well, six actually.
Space doesn’t look that bad after all!
Not too far into the future, mankind finds a way to travel the long distances to visit other planets. That’s not unlike many stories we’ve been told before.
During a mission on Mars a sandstorm forces a space crew to leave behind a member of the team, who is presumed dead. Again, we’ve been there, done that.
A new story for a new generation.
When I first heard that there was going to be three more Star Wars films I was both excited and worried.
We saw that the last three films which documented Anakin Skywalker’s descent to the dark side weren’t received in the most positive light compared to the originals.
The Mockingjay finally spreads her wings.
Why do we lose that sparkle of happiness and pure innocence when we grow up? I guess we start to see the world for what it really is.
Our eyes are slowly opened to what the world’s really like and that happiness is something you have to fight for.
Was classic Bond bought back too quickly?
Remember when you could only find touchscreen tables, self-driving cars and talking phones in films and fiction?
It feels like we’ve almost caught up with James Bond’s flashy gizmos and the high-tech gadgets (if only Q could make Aston Martins a part of everyday life too!)
For all of you sci-fi fans out there, here is Chappie.
Computer genius Deon creates the scouts, robotic police officers that are just as efficient as Robocop – and you don’t even need to blow anyone up to make them!
Chappie is set in South Africa, from which District 9 director Neill Blomkamp is from. And that’s also where the similarities to District 9 begin.