The Enderverse cannot be stopped, and new additions are still being added. Since my review of The First Formic War Trilogy two new trilogies are now in progress. A sequel to the first trilogy, The Swarm: The Second Formic War (again written by Orson Scott Card and Aaron Johnston) and Children of the Fleet (written solely by Orson Scott Card).
The top question was What prevents Asimov’s robots from locking all humans in padded cells for the humans protection? asked by budgiebeaks with the highest voted answer by PMar.
Mike Scott had the highest voted answer of the quarter for the question Why did Aragorn call this stranger father? asked by the-profile-that-was-promised.
How did Thanos beat Hulk so easily? had the highest views at 27931 asked by KyloRen.
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When movies are set in the future and we eventually catch up with that future, it is fun to see what they got right and what they got wrong. The 1980s in particular seemed to have high expectations for the year 2019. Starting with…
Blade Runner (1982)
The movie is set in November, so we technically have eleven months to achieve some of this stuff, but here is what we were hoping for by 2019 from Blade Runner.
- Flying cars
- Off-world colonies
- Robots that can love us and kill us
Here’s the highlights:
- Visually stunning in a way that perfectly executes a blend of cinema and comic book that hasn’t been done before, but absolutely needs to be done again
- Well-written (for real) story that contains actual surprise moments
- Well-acted with a great cast
- Humor and action for toddlers to adults
- Great soundtrack (Sunflower is still stuck in my head)
This is a movie for the whole family, not just avid or casual Spider-man fans. Fans of The Incredibles or Big Hero 6 will like Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Just go watch it.