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No one knew what to do with Sunshine back in ’07: not the critics, who lauded its visuals but hated its horror-movie ending; not the studios, who couldn’t decide which aspect of its multifaceted plot to sell; and not the American audiences, who made a movie with blockbuster-level scope and effects into a flop with a $3.6 million domestic gross. 149 more words
The Turing test, eccentric billionaires, and the singularity, oh my! In this special edition of Shoot the WISB, Rachael takes Shaun and Paul on a journey through Alex Garland’s directorial debut, 127 more words
Ex Machina is a relatively simple story, while at the same time, a deliciously complex and probing film, which asks more questions than it ever hopes to answer. 8,556 more words
Ex Machina (2015) directed by Alex Garland. Original viewing date: May 30th, 2015.
Having not seen any films lately that have inspired enough love or anger to feature here on the blog, I have decided to revisit and review what has thus far been my favourite film released in 2015: 1,290 more words