Gotta go FAST! Should you speed your way to the theater to see Sonic? Or should you spin attack whoever thought up this nightmare? Find out on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
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Gerard Butler came from the land of the ice and snow to play an American Secret Service agent for the third time. Find out if the grace of Morgan Freeman can redeem this summer action movie!
There comes a time in a young woman’s life, when she just has to shed the bonds of traditional gender roles, and set out on her own to find a secret alien regulation agency. A tale as old as time on this episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Charles Dance! Billie Bobby Brown! Friday Night Lights! Everyone’s in this movie, it’s gotta be good, right? Right? Anyone? Hello? Find out on the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Looking to ESCAPE this weekend, wonder if there’s enough ROOM for a bad pun? Can’t be any worse than this movie! Damien and Ben tackle Escape Room on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Will Jason Momoa’s Aquaman MUSSEL up the to competition, or leave you CLAMoring for more? If something seems FISHy, it must be this WHALE of an episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Fa la la la la, la la la, lame. Ben and Damien tackle their hardest review yet, as they struggle through “Peter Jackson’s” the Mortal Engines, only on the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
What’s better than one Predator? Two Predators? What’s better than two Predators? Forced jokes and bad directing. Find out more in the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Who doesn’t love a good movie about piracy on the high seas? I said a GOOD movie. On the latest Alan Smithee Retro Review, Hugo Glasier joins Ben Hunt to review this Geena Davis classic!
Once upon a time, there was a television channel called the SciFi Network. On this channel, you could view some of the trashiest pulp garbage that a young mind could ever want. Beyond Skyline, starring Frank Grillo, is a return to those halcyon days.
This is what happens when a director gets some money to play with, and technology democratizes previously unreachable special effects. Basically reading like a Halo fan fiction with a little bit of Body Snatchers thrown in, Beyond Skyline wastes no expense bringing Battle for Los Angeles graphics to a story written by someone who was once told what a story was, and acted by people who are only tangentially familiar with the concept of acting.
This movie is what would happen if a Fifth Grade assembly play were given a special effects budget.
Geostorm may have shown us just how good truly bad can be, but Beyond Skyline will make you long for the acting chops of Kevin Sorbo in Andromeda. I’m glad to see there’s an interest in every day science fiction, but you should definitely go knocking on all of the other available doors first.
Damien gives this a ONE – RUN AWAY SCREAMING.