A lonely small town widower befriends an alien when its UFO crashes in his backyard & soon is joined by 2 women in keeping the secret from government agents.
I have enjoyed most of Wes Anderson’s droll comedies, especially Moonrise Kingdom and Isle of Dogs. This time his satirical tale set in the desert town of Asteroid City, Population 87, left me a bit cold and nonplussed. Its hero is a husband grieving over the recent loss of his wife and his inability to …
A buddy movie with lonely Welshman Brian, a crackpot inventor, making a bizarre companion, a robot, from scrap materials, including a manikin head & a washing machine.
This origin story of Andy’s favorite toy, Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear, is full of thrills, good humor, & has a likable LGBTQ character.
Sam, daughter of a famous scientist, has stayed behind when almost everyone else fled to Io because of pollution, when she is visited by Micah who wants her & her father to leave.
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The Guardians overcome numerous obstacles as Peter seeks to discover the identity of his father.
4 young adults flee the tyranny & chaos of post apocalyptic Chicago, & arrive at a city beyond the wasteland where a genetic experiment is being conducted.
In the last of this sci-fi series Katniss sees the dark side of war & politics as she continues to be the symbol of revolt against Pres. Snow’s tyranny.