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Last time: Johnny picked up a bodyguard and a doctor, and while Pharmakom has hired a psycho hitman to collect his head, our hero has discovered the data in his skull could save millions of lives… if somebody can get…
Last time: In the far flung year of… 2021, a guy named Johnny is a special courier who smuggles data via an implant in his head. Now he’s got too much data stuffed in his noggin and has to get…
You would be hard-pressed to find a celebrity more beloved than Keanu Reeves, and it’s not hard to figure out why, as he avoids controversy and doesn’t get involved in tawdry headline-grabbing feuds or affairs. He donates a lot of…
More post-apocalyptic goodness from the Philippines.
The action comedy that's even more relevant now than it was back then.
The troubled history of what was once the most expensive movie ever made.
“Well, this is it. This is the final episode of Minority Report... that I’ll be recapping until I move on to another show.”
“Is this a watch that warns him about a future murder or a watch that warns him about a future case of the squirts? Because let’s face it, both of those would be equally useful.”
“The woman from Central insists, ‘this is not Precrime!’ It’s just... preventing crimes before they happen. Completely different.”
“Even though they add the mathematically necessary amount of action scenes, it just didn’t stand out as something I’d care to watch again.”
“It takes a lot of gall on the part of the filmmakers to reenact both the Rodney King beating and the Rodney King riots here. It’s embarrassingly heavy-handed in 2014; I can’t imagine how it played three years after the actual riots.”
“Christian Bale acts more robotic than the cyborgs he’s fighting.”
“I’m not sure that’s how evolution works, though it’s disheartening to see that Shyamalan thought so much of his silly ‘plants killing humans’ premise of The Happening that he reuses it here.”
A post-apocalyptic film from Cannon Films? Yes, please!
“I guess they were going for the ‘making simple things as cryptic as possible’ motif of the series, not realizing that it didn’t really work all that well on the show, either.”
“And much like an amnesiac, you’ll embark on an adventure that’s all too familiar, and by the end you’ll have forgotten it all anyway.”
Cecil reviews yet another in a long line of awesome post-apocalyptic action flicks!
Renegado wants to build his own giant robot, so he sneaks into a giant robot building facility, of course, and takes a look at a movie with similar themes. Features appearances from Cecil from Good Bad Flicks, and a robot with a chainsaw penis!
This episode, the Slob looks back at his childhood to take on the 1998 sci-fi classic Lost in Space! Does the film still hold up, or is the Slob just another space cadet? Watch and find out, and enjoy a special cameo from our own Count Jackula!
It's the bizarre cult classic The Apple, a gay sci-fi biblical musical allegory directed by the future producer of Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. It's the far-flung year of 1994, where society is ruled by a fascist, totalitarian record label called BIM, and the only ones who can liberate humanity are two virginal folk singers from Canada.