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Brave New World of Science Fiction

Brave New World of Science Fiction

TTAdmin | October 30, 2015

Science fiction is not what it used to be. Aficionados of the genre today have certainly heard this statement before: “Science fiction is less about humanity now than it was twenty years ago. It is more...

Annual assembly of Avengers arrives with a whimper

TTAdmin | May 1, 2015

The screen darts between the trees, revealing glimpses of the worlds’ most popular masked—and caped—superheroes. Through a flurry of bullets, our heroes storm through the enemy, arriving finally...

Fast and Furious races onto the spotlight

Fast and Furious races onto the spotlight

TTAdmin | April 21, 2015

The Fast and Furious franchise took theaters by surprise when films began to attract more and more fans to what was previously a cult-hit. Yet, now the film has taken in much support because of its adherence...

Royally amusing film majestic success

Royally amusing film majestic success

TTAdmin | March 20, 2015

The British secret agent is quite obviously no longer a secret these days. His shadowy figure materialized first with Ian Fleming’s James Bond, corporealized with the vast literature of espionage that...

Film passes Turing test for brilliance

Film passes Turing test for brilliance

TTAdmin | March 6, 2015

When “The Imitation Game” was released in theaters Feb. 17, critics jumped on the hype train and started to praise the film even before it premiered. The historical thriller genre only added to the...

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Film is taken to new heights

TTAdmin | February 13, 2015

Stirring interest as a freshly original film, “Taken 3” entered cinemas Jan. 1. The wholly standalone film marks a part of Hollywood that is not repetitive but rather highly innovative. While some...

Military autobiography’s adaption to film on point

Military autobiography’s adaption to film on point

TTAdmin | January 30, 2015

The scope darts furtively across the desolate city, finally coming to rest on a woman her child. The radio sputters to life, blasting out panicked queries—to shoot or not to shoot? The sniper holds his...

Robotic physicist made human in biographical thriller

Robotic physicist made human in biographical thriller

TTAdmin | December 5, 2014

Stephen Hawking is this century’s resident genius. His work with theoretical physics inspires legions of scientists to put down their medical school applications and work on solving the mysteries of...

Interstellar surprises audience with computer graphics, well-developed characters

“Interstellar” surprises audience with computer graphics, well-developed characters

TTAdmin | November 14, 2014

Christopher Nolan’s ingenious mind and brilliance coupled with the casting of renowned actors have come together to produce “Interstellar.” Released in US theaters on Oct. 26 and in Korean theaters...

Latest thriller admixes vampire trope with historical roots

Latest thriller admixes vampire trope with historical roots

TTAdmin | October 31, 2014

Count Dracula has been featured by the film industry no fewer than eighty times, with most, if not all, of those portrayals using the typical vampire trope first created by Bram Stoker in his 1897 novel...

Downey “suits” up for “The Judge”

TTAdmin | October 17, 2014

Most popular for his role as the Marvel superhero, Robert Downey Jr. has now been molded into our brains as the one and only Iron Man. This sarcastic yet heart-warming superhero will forever be etched...

Labyrinthine film convolutes source novel

Labyrinthine film convolutes source novel

TTAdmin | October 3, 2014

Audiences saw the rise of films featuring teenage protagonists since the publishing of novels that put the spotlight on teenagers. Indeed, teenage post-apocalyptical films are still in vogue, given the...