I stumbled into the late-90s sci-fi curio Dark City with the best contextual background info possible: none. I picked up a used DVD copy of its Director’s Cut from a cat-rescue thrift store in Metairie, knowing only that it’s a divisive work from a director I don’t typically care for: Alex Proyas ( 1,420 more words
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Released in 2004, Alex Proyas’ I, Robot is sort of a mixed bag, having strengths and weaknesses almost in equal measure. For example, the special effects aren’t altogether terrible but, if I’m being honest, the robots often look like cartoons. 476 more words
EXCLUSIVE: The Crow, I, Robot and Gods Of Egypt director Alex Proyas has signed with Gersh.
Sydney-based Proyas, also well known for movies… 146 more words
In 1959, a young girl named Lucinda Embry heard whispers from an unidentified being while staring at the sun. She convinced her school to make a time capsule, and each of the students drew a picture of what they believed the future would look like. 1,267 more words