Pat Coston Movie Reviews

Saturday, October 24, 2015

The Martian: Differences between Book and Movie

First let me say that the movie is very true to the book.  I saw the movie, read the book, then saw the movie again.  The first time I saw the movie, Mark said something that didn't make sense to me.  He said "If the Hab breaches, I'll just kind of implode" but in the book he says "explode" which is correct.  I don't know why they changed that word making it less scientifically accurate.  The pressure would suddenly drop and he'd essentially get a bad case of the bends.  Air bubbles would form in the small blood vessels of his brain and he'd essentially have a stroke and die.  With gases expanding in his body due to the low pressure, explode is more accurate while implode is just inaccurate.

In the movie, one rover is destroyed in the storm so he only has one rover but in the book he's got two rovers the whole time.

In the book, Mark is a botanist and mechanical engineer. They only mention he's a botanist in the movie.

In the book Venkat Kapoor is a Hindi Indian but in the movie he's named Vincent Kapoor and is black.

In the book, when Mark is told to watch his language because the world is watching, he types "Look! A pair of boobs! -> (.Y.)".  In the movie, we only see the reaction and Teddy must apologize to the president and says "he didn't mean it.  He's under a lot of stress."

In the book, Mark uses a spare space suit to hold water.  We don't see that in the movie.

In the book, Mark uses every surface possible for his farm in the Hab.  In the movie, he just utilizes one room.

In the book, Mark injures his back carrying rocks so he builds a hot tub to soak.  This does not happen in the movie.

In the book, he never finds the communication dish that hit him, which is why he can't communicate with NASA.  In the movie, it's right next to him in the sand and yet he never tries to repair it.

In the book, Mark listens to Johanssen's Beatles collection but in the movie, all he has is disco from Commander Lewis.

In the movie, he cuts a hole in the roof of his rover but they never make it clear why he did that.  In the book he does it to make room for some equipment he requires on the trip.  In the movie, NASA and Mark both jump on the drilled out section and fall into the rover cabin.  He doesn't do that in the book.  Instead NASA has him file out the plastic between the holes.

When airlock 1 breaches in the book, the glass on his helmet shatters.  In the movie, it only cracks with a small hole which he tapes up with duct tape.  The book also goes into detail why and how the airlock fails.  The movie provides no explanation.

Although his crop dies in the movie, in the book, we later learn that some of the bacteria survived and that he could create a new crop if he wants, but never does.

In the book, it's discussed if the rescue ship fails to get the re-supply, then all members would take a suicide pill except for the smallest member.  The dead crew members would be put into cold storage and she would feed on them if necessary.  Better to have one member return alive than none.  Mark would not be rescued either.

In the book, Mark creates a bedroom he can attach to the airlock of the rover so he has more room to stand and stretch during the long trip to the MAV.  This is never mentioned in the movie.

In the book, he accidentally shorts out Pathfinder, destroying his ability to communicate with NASA until he reaches the MAV.  His journey to the MAV is far longer than shown in the movie and he has to drive around a dust storm and accidentally rolls the rover and the rover his towing, referred as the trailer.  He's OK and has to roll them back on their wheels and keep going. None of that is in the movie.

In the movie, Mark removes all the dirt from the Hab but in the movie, he just leaves it there.

In the book, he has to use most of his water supply and start saving his urine so they can turn it into more fuel.  He removes the nose of the ship and covers it with canvas and it tears away.  In the movie, it tears away completely.  It the book, it just tears.  In the book, it's more clear that this threw off the aerodynamics and made the lift-off sluggish, which is why his orbit isn't high enough.

In the movie, Mark is approaching the MAV in his rover and talks about being the fastest man in space.  He mentions how he likes that but don't tell NASA that.  He doesn't say this in the book.

In the movie, they blow a hole in the outer airlock door on the Hermes but in the book, they open the outer airlock and blow a hole in the inner airlock door so the air exits uniformly.

In the movie, Mark pierces his glove in order to fly like Iron Man to get rescued since the tether came up short.  In the book, the tether is long enough and Mark is clipped to his rescuer and pulled to safety by the tether.  Mark does suggest the Iron Man maneuver in the book but never does it.

In the movie, Mark turns off his mic so nobody hears him scream from the pain of his broken ribs.  He then says "It's true, you know. In space, no one can hear you scream like a little girl".

In the movie, they show Mark back on Earth teaching a course at NASA, Beck and Johanssen have a baby and Rick Martinez gets to pilot another mission.  The book ends shortly after he's rescued.  He's checked out by the doctor, has two broken ribs and has some final thoughts about how it's in our nature to rescue each other, then comments on how bad he smells and says it's the happiest day of his life.  End of book.

This isn't all the differences of course.  Just the main ones I could remember.

Saturday, December 28, 2013

2014 SciFi Movies I Want to See

According to on Dec 26. 2013, there are 893 SciFi movies coming out in 2014!  I know from my blog post 267 SciFi movies in 2013 that most of those are like 10% SciFi meaning they are mostly some other genre like fantasy, horror, action, drama, family, crime, etc.  That blog post only listed the movies that were mostly SciFi.  I also know from my evaluation of those 267 movies at the end of 2013 that 80% of those will not actually be released that year.  So when I look at my blog post showing how many SciFi movies come out each year, I know those numbers are misleading.  The true number of SciFi movies that are released into theaters (not those made for TV, Hulu, Amazon, NetFlix, etc) not including limited releases and only including those released in the US totals about maybe 15.

I used imdb Advanced Title search and filtered with these parameters:

Year: 2014
Genre: SciFi
Type: Featured Film
Country: United States
Language: English
Production Status: Released, Completed, Post-Production, Filming, Pre-Production

Results: 198

Below I only list the movies that I consider to be mostly SciFi that I want to see.  The movies that I do not include are:

I'm eagerly Awaiting these:
  1. Star Wars: Tremors of the Force -  I'm confused because this is not Star Wars VII.
  2. Beta - A troubled rock star is sentenced to house arrest and given the opportunity to participate in the beta testing of the world's first fully immersive 3D video game. While doing so he meets a girl who makes him question what it means to be human, and he gets his answer.
  3. The App - Vic Beckett, a brilliant researcher, creates the ultimate App that taps into the pleasure center of the brain and transmits a feeling of nirvana to the user. Instant celebrity and unlimited commercial applications corrupt his altruistic intention and when problems arise with his creation, he justifies doing whatever is necessary to keep the app online.
  4. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes - Survivors of the simian plague trigger an all-out war between humanity and Caesar's growing forces.
  5. Divergent - Beatrice Prior, a teenager with a special mind, finds her life threatened when an authoritarian leader seeks to exterminate her kind in her effort to seize control of their divided society.
  6. Interstellar - A group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.
  7. Edge of Tomorrow - A soldier fighting in a war with aliens finds himself caught in a time loop of his last day in the battle, though he becomes better skilled along the way.
  8. Welcome to Yesterday - A group of teens discover secret plans of a time machine, and construct one. However, things start to get out of control.
  9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 - Katniss Everdeen reluctantly becomes the symbol of a mass rebellion against the autocratic Capitol. 
  10. Transcendence - A terminally ill scientist downloads his body into a computer. This grants him power beyond his wildest dreams, and soon he becomes unstoppable.
  11. The Maze Runner - Set in a post-apocalyptic world, young Thomas is deposited in a community of boys after his memory is erased, soon learning they're all trapped in a maze that will require him to join forces with fellow "runners" for a shot at escape.
  12. The Giver - In a seemingly perfect community, without war, pain, suffering, differences or choice, a young boy is chosen to learn from an elderly man about the true pain and pleasure of the "real" world.
  13. Young Ones - Set in the future when water is hard to find a teenage boy sets out to protect his family and survive.
  14. Ex Machina - Caleb, a 24 year old coder at the world's largest internet company, wins a competition to spend a week at a private mountain retreat belonging to Nathan, the reclusive CEO of the company. But when Caleb arrives at the remote location he finds that he will have to participate in a strange and fascinating experiment in which he must interact with the world's first true artificial intelligence, housed in the body of a beautiful robot girl.
  15. Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt? - I've seen the first two in the series
  16. Gods and Robots - Ricky, a time-traveling robot from the future who has journeyed to the year 1983 to find the source of artificial intelligence. That source, Ricky believes, is the robot god. When Ricky ends up lost in Memphis, he enlists the help of a local woman named Queen Bee to aid him in his quest. They soon learn, though, that finding god is not quite as easy as it sounds. 
  17. Time Lapse - A modern thriller with a sci-fi element about three friends who discover a machine that takes pictures 24hrs into the future. They conspire to use it for personal gain, until disturbing and dangerous images begin to develop.
  18. Omphalos - A detective investigates a murder, only to find that the victim is... himself. Soon, he discovers multiple versions of himself, not all of them friendly.
  19. Higher Power - A normal guy acquires god-like powers.
  20. Star Trek: Axanar - I've enjoyed the new Star Trek reboot
  21. Koyakatsi - A young scientist and a military doctor team-up to investigate a series of unidentifiable, non-biological attacks. What they discover is a threat far greater than they could have ever imagined.
  22. Starship II: Rendezvous with Ramses - Three goofballs go back in time to save the Ramses Colony. Unfortunately, saving the colony screws up the future, so they have to go back in time to stop themselves from stopping themselves!
  23. Listening - A team of genius-but-broke grad students invent mind-reading technology that destroys their lives and threatens the future of free-will itself.
  24. SANTO 7.13.15 - Our over populated future in 2045 has reached critical levels and food supply can't keep up with demand. Poverty and hunger have become pandemic. Global biotech food giant SANTO has created strains of super food to feed the masses causing autoimmune disorders, food intolerance, and sterility in the process. Their new cure has proved even worse than the diseases they created: Santo lobbied and was given the right to make genetic enhancements to humans so they could again eat and survive on their created super foods. In that legislation, it also gave them the rights to own any human's DNA and body that was modified. For those modified that were less then perfect, Santo had the right to recall. We follow Max, a working class family man who convinced his wife to allow Santo to genetically modify her so that they can overcome their infertility problems. When their daughter is born disabled, however, Santo recalls her and sends her to Deconstruction Camp. His wife disowns him. His daughter is dead. He is alone. Now he must save the life of another child that has been recalled if he is to expose the inequities and injustices of Santo to the world.
  25. Diverge - A man whose life was destroyed by nuclear war wakes up in a parallel universe where his pregnant wife and everyone he loves are still alive. The only person standing between him and the life he wants is someone he cannot face: the man he used to be.
  26. Necrosis: Colony 10 - The colony is an Earth-like planet to ensure the survival of mankind. A group of Scientists and Space Marines are sent to Colony 10 to investigate after the Colony hasn't been heard from for some time.
  27. Moon Dust - A failing resort on the moon.
Maybe I'll see these:

  1. Jupiter Ascending - In a universe where humans are near the bottom of the evolutionary ladder, a young destitute human woman is targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe because her very existence threatens to end the Queen's reign.
  2. Guardians of the Galaxy - A jet pilot gets stranded in space, and must unite a diverse team of aliens to form a squad capable of defeating cosmic threats.
  3. I, Frankenstein - Frankenstein's creature finds himself caught in an all-out, centuries old war between two immortal clans.
  4. Parts Per Billion - The story of three couples dealing with a reality-shaking event that threatens to tear them apart. 
  5. Home - A group of aliens seek refuge from their enemies by hiding out on Earth.
  6. The Labyrinth
  7. I Origins - A molecular biologist and his lab partner uncover evidence that may fundamentally change society as we know it.
  8. The Signal - A group of college students are lured to the middle of the desert by a hacker.
  9. Patriot Act - Ronin is a retired member of The Legion, a hit squad responsible for the extinction of an alien race. Set in a future communist America, Ronin must now hunt a renegade Dropa alien intent on killing the former members of his team.
  10. Survivor - During their search for a habitable planet the last living humans crash-land on a barren world, inhabited by bloodthirsty aliens and mysterious post-apocalyptic warriors.
  11. The Dresden Codex - In a place where our understanding of time and space no longer applies, there is truth. Homicide detective Thomas learns this whilst on the run from his own department, accused of a crime that he did not commit. Unsuccessful in his pursuit of the real culprit, the whole conspiracy seems to present itself as something more than mere coincidence, especially when fate throws a mysterious girl named Sarah his way. Together with an old friend and historian Jane, he tries to unravel a secret that could shake the foundations of human knowledge of the Universe.
  12. Alienate - At the end of his marriage, David leaves on a business trip to give his wife much-needed space. When airplanes start mysteriously falling out of the sky and cell towers fail across the nation, he finds himself trapped. The Earth falling to an alien invasion, David fights to return to whatever is left of home.
  13. Robot/Girlfriend - This futuristic story poses the question, "How can a robot who is incapable of harming humans bring resolution to a people who so willfully hurt one another?"
  14. The Sector - In a dystopian future, a bounty hunter sets out to capture a band of outlaws and uncovers a governmental conspiracy that leads him to an unsettling truth about his own existence.
  15. Apocalypse Kiss - In this futuristic science fiction thriller, government security agent Jerry Hipple has been unsuccessfully tracking the city's most infamous criminal The Red Harvest Killer. When two nomadic lovers, Katia and Gladys enter the city the death count rises and are being credited as Red Harvest killings. Obsessive compulsive Adrian, the actual Red Harvest Killer becomes furious that the sexy serial killing duo are grabbing media attention under his alias. Not only does Adrian attempt to reclaim his rightful reputation but he also decides to cleverly aid his detective counterpart through the case. All the while, killers and victims alike are unaware the world is about to reach an abrupt catastrophic ending.
  16. Flashes - John Rotit is a happy, content man with a loving wife. Hours later, he's a rock star shooting up heroin. And after that...he's something far more sinister. John unwillingly flashes between three parallel lives in which he knowingly exists in each. He has no clue how or why this phenomenon is occurring, only that he wants it to stop. John's judgment becomes clouded as he'll do anything he can to end his flashes and remain in the one life where he's truly happy.
  17. Shockwave Darkside - It is the last, great war. Out of the wreckage of a troop transport, five soldiers on the way to battle find themselves stranded on the dark side of the moon. Cut off and behind enemy lines, they start a dangerous journey through snipers and minefields back to their home territory. As their numbers dwindle and nerves fray, they make an amazing discovery about the moon that just might save their lives.
  18. Nightmare Code - After a programmer working on a top secret surveillance program snaps in a murderous rage, a notorious code wizard with problems of his own moves into the startup offices to figure out what went wrong and deliver the final product. But the deeper he delves into the code, the more the code takes on a malevolent life of its own.
  19. Fixer - Fixer has a reputation for being able to deliver anything. It doesn't matter what you ask for; Fixer can deliver. He doesn't even charge - he just asks you to do something in return. So, how far would you really go to get what you want? Our story focuses in on seven separate individuals, all coming to Fixer with a request. As the story progresses, the seven stories start to intertwine, and it starts to seem that Fixer may have an agenda of his own.
  20. Dystopia - Living on the streets in a world depleted of it's natural resources, Saule, a street-punk and her hacker friends use malware rigged avatars to literally crash upper class parties in the online world of the Intraverse.
  21. 2101 - Three friends exploring an abandoned facility discover a device that holds information about the future. Upon finding the device, they must learn how to use it while also striving to keep it out of the wrong hands.
  22. Point B - Four friends and Graduate students in the physics department of their University discover their clean energy machine actually works as a crude, rudimentary teleportation device. Through experimentation, adjustments and some misuse-use of the device, it is quickly discovered that the machine holds many consequences.
  23. In-World War - A debt-ridden and depressed beta tester is trapped in a buggy virtual reality simulation of the "war on terror".
  24. All Tomorrow's Children - The world ends in 1999 for three high school misfits yearning to escape a Midwestern city of absentee parents, failed institutions and bridling teenage frustration. As reality races toward its own collapse, the three friends decide to slow down time through their brand of time travel and anarchy.
  25. The Ufologist - A foul-mouthed, unemployed air guitar enthusiast moonlights as a UFOlogist. He stumbles across the most important case of alien visitation since Roswell - unfortunately.
  26. Time Refugees - In the year 2110 a small group of space travelers have left the war-ravaged Earth behind. After transporting themselves through space and time, they approach what they think is Earth....or is it? Soon they will find out a truth they are not ready to confront, a truth that will bond them to change the fate of humanity, a truth that will turn them into "Time Refugees."
  27. Kessler's Lab - When a drug trial involving human clones proves fatal, a psychologist risks everything in a desperate attempt to redeem himself and save the clones.
  28. The Archive - A man in the future rakes over an incident in his past, shown entirely in contemporary security and satellite footage.
  29. Vindicator - A washed out lawyer, Stephen Miller tries to reveal the depth of government space exploration. He is soon at the center of the problem.
  30. RoboCop - In 2028 Detroit, when Alex Murphy (Joel Kinnaman) - a loving husband, father and good cop - is critically injured in the line of duty, the multinational conglomerate OmniCorp sees their chance for a part-man, part-robot police officer.

How many SciFi movies come out each year?

I noticed an interesting trend on  The number of SciFi movies is steadily increasing with each decade.  It may go up and down year after year but the trend is definitely more SciFi movies per year on the average.  The snap-shot below was taken Dec 28, 2013.

Review of SciFi movies in 2013

6 months ago I made a list of most SciFi movies listed in imdb for 2013.  They listed 483 movies!  My list only has 267 movies since I only listed those that were mostly SciFi.  You can see that list here.  The list below is the same list but without the descriptions.

I only saw these 14 movies from my list of 267.  Actually that number is 13 because Riley Rewind is a series, not a movie.

  1. After Earth - Will Smith and his son crash land on the planet where humans used to live ... Earth.  The struggle to survive depends on his sons ability to fight fear.  I liked it.
  2. Elysium - The gap between rich and poor has grown too large. The rich live on a luxury Eden in space where technology cures sickness and injury.  Using exoskeleton technology, our hero becomes super-human but must still do battle with the super-human security soldiers.  Corrupt politicians must also be stopped.  I liked it.
  3. Ender's Game - Very true to the book.  Hopefully they'll make the 3 sequels too.  Amazing to see in IMAX 3D.  I loved it.
  4. Gravity - Sandra Bullock hits this one out of the park with an amazing performance that had my eyes watering all 3 times I saw it.  Amazing to see in IMAX 3D.  I loved it.
  5. The Host - Aliens have taken over 99% of human's bodies but some humans hide out and fight back.  One girl tries to kill herself to avoid getting a host but it happens anyway. Instead of her memories being erased, she shares the brain with her host and the two work together and join the rebellion against the aliens.  I liked it.
  6. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Part 2 of the Hunger Games.  It felt like half a movie leaving a lot of things unresolved.  Still, it was very good.  I love the Hunger Games.  Looking forward to the rest.  I have not read the book.
  7. The Last Days on Mars - I watched this on iTunes.  They should have called it Zombies on Mars.  Good CG seemed like accurate depiction of living on Mars.
  8. Oblivion - I liked Tom Cruise in this movie where he discovers he's a clone being used by aliens to take the resources from Earth.
  9. Pacific Rim - Giant Robots fight Giant Monsters.  This movie channels the spirit of Japanese Godzilla movies but use modern CG.  I was quite impressed.  I saw a web site which explained why such robots would be impossible to create but set aside such disbelief and this is a fun ride.
  10. Riley Rewind - I watched the first five 10-minute episodes on YouTube. Directed by Ray William Johnson and stars the beautiful Anna Akana.  I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and fun of this show.  I'm looking forward to the rest.  I'm a sucker for time travel movies.
  11. Star Trek Into Darkness - Really good remake of the best Star Trek movie, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.  Benedict Cumberbatch was amazing as Kahn.  I'm a Trekker so I pretty much love all Star Trek movies ... except for parts V and VI.  Bleh.
  12. Upstream Color - Shane Carruth created my favorite time travel movie Primer.  Shane Carruth likes to create the whole movie outside of Hollywood meaning he writes, directs, produces, acts and does the music. His second movie has been greatly anticipated since Primer was such a big Indie hit.  Upstream Color was definitely not a Hollywood movie.  It's quite strange but I could still appreciate it's uniqueness.  That same could not be said for my wife and nephew who saw it with me.
  13. The World's End - A fun Simon Pegg movie about robot aliens taking over the world.  They definitely take this movie to extremes at the end where the world as we know it really does end.  Good stuff!
  14. World War Z - I was so blown away by the trailer for this movie that I read the book before it was released.  The Zombie genre has been reinvented so many times how can anyone do anything fresh?  Well they did.  These zombies don't want to eat you.  They simply want to infect you so you become a zombie.  Total infection happens in about a minute and you become really fast and strong which means the infection of most of the worlds population happens really fast.  Zombies have no interest in the terminally ill so all they have to do is make everyone terminally ill.  Yay!

These are the 2013 SciFi movies that were released that I still want to see.

  1. The Purge - Released 7 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  2. The Colony - Released 20 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  3. Europa Report - Release 27 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  4. Ghost in the Shell Arise - Border 1: Ghost Pain - (anime) Released 22 Jun 2013 imdb link.  Did not find it on NetFlix yet.  A prequel of the Ghost in the Shell series.
  5. The Mind Machine - (animated) 15 Jan 2013 imdb link.
  6. The Machine - Released 20 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  7. The Rise of the Robots - Released 20 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  8. Singularity Principle - Released 15 Nov 2013 imdb link.

I would estimate that 90% of the SciFi movies due to be released in 2013 were not released.  My next list of the SciFi movies for 2014 will only contain those movies I want to see based on their description because I realize now that listing the hundreds of movies is a waste of time.

I wish I had included the links to each of these movies because sometimes the names of changed for example 0 Hour got changed to Zero Hour.

  1. 0 Hour - ABC TV Show
  2. 1000 Könige - still in post production.
  3. 51 Degrees - Post production for 2014.
  4. 95ers: Echoes - Released but not in NetFlix. Indie movie web site.
  5. A.D.A.M: The Beginning - imdb link and official web site.
  6. Aaryamaan - imdb link - I think this movie is delayed to 2014
  7. The Abandoned Project X - Pre-production.  Maybe 2014
  8. Abducted - imdb link
  9. About Time - imdb link - not in Netflix Yet
  10. After the World Ended - imdb link - post production for 2014
  11. Age of Dinosaurs - imdb link
  12. Alien Protocol - imdb link
  13. Alongside Night - imdb link not in Netflix.  Has actors from Star Trek Voyager.
  14. The Ambassadorunable to find movie
  15. Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie - Post production for 2014.
  16. April - unable to find movie
  17. Ares 11 - Post-production for 2014.
  18. Arise - unable to find this movie
  19. Arkon Games - release year changed to 2014.
  20. Asuya - Status filming.  imdb link.
  21. The Atomic Attack of the Son of the Seaweed Creature - released but not in Netflix.  imdb link.
  22. The Attack of the 30 Foot Chola - YouTube trailer says "Coming Soon in 2010".  I get the feeling this movie will never be finished.  imdb link.
  23. Aurora - Released March 15.  Could not find on NetFlix but you can watch it on Amazon.  imdb link.  YouTube Trailer.
  24. Australiens - Low budget scifi comedy now Coming in 2014 now.  YouTube Trailer.  imdb link.
  25. AutoMatron, Welcome to Paradise - Completed but not released perhaps.  imdb link.  YouTube link for full movie.
  26. Avery & Pete: Superseeds -  Completed and release date is 2014.  imdb link.
  27. The Baldlands - Release 2014. imdb link
  28. Battle of the Damned - Released 17 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  29. Beam Me Up, Sasha! - Release date 10 Feb 2014 imdb link.
  30. A Better World - still in development imdb link.
  31. Blue Lights - pre-production imdb link.
  32. A Bomb to Bake - pre-production imdb link.
  33. Brutal - I could not find this movie.
  34. Bunker 6 - Released 14 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  35. Call of Duty Undead - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  36. Campus Life - Released 13 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  37. The Carrington Event - 11 May 2013 imdb link.
  38. Centre Island - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  39. Cheery Point - Released 26 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  40. Chronicles of Humanity: Uprising - Released 15 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  41. City of Gold - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  42. Cleric - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  43. Cloned the Beginning - Released 30 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  44. Closer Than Love - pre-production imdb link.
  45. The Congress - Released 3 Jul 2013 imdb link.
  46. Corazón Azul - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  47. The Cosmonaut - Released 14 May 2013 imdb link.
  48. Criósfera - announced imdb link.
  49. Crushed Velvet - post production imdb link.
  50. The Darkest Matter - post production imdb link.
  51. Darkeye: CyberHunt - in development imdb link.
  52. Darkfall Resurrection - Released 3 Jan 2013 imdb link.
  53. The Darkness - could not find it.
  54. The Dead Experiment - Released 18 Jul 2013 imdb link.
  55. The Dead Inside - Released 14 Oct 2013 imdb link.
  56. Death Machine - post-production, Release Year 2014 imdb link.
  57. Deep Screams - could not find it
  58. Device - post production imdb link.
  59. Disconsolatus - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  60. Dominion - Released 7 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  61. Double Happiness Uranium - Released 13 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  62. Down the Line - completed but not released imdb link.
  63. The Drift - Released 3 Oct 2013 imdb link.
  64. The Dying Breed - in development imdb link.
  65. Dystopia - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  66. Echo Dr. - not yet released imdb link.
  67. Ejecta - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  68. The Elegant Clockwork of the Universe - Released 11 Jan 2013 imdb link.
  69. Embedded - in production imdb link.
  70. The Embryo Who Came in from the Cold - release year 2014 imdb link.
  71. The End - could not find
  72. Enoshima Prizm - Released 10 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  73. Era 7 - not yet released imdb link.
  74. Eternity - Released 28 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  75. Everywhen - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  76. Exceptional - not yet released imdb link.
  77. Exile to Babylon - in development imdb link.
  78. Exodus: Humanity Has a Price - in development imdb link.
  79. The Experimentals - in development imdb link.
  80. Exploding Sun - (TV Movie) 9 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  81. Fall of the Unknown - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  82. Fearful Symmetries - Release year 2016 imdb link.
  83. The Feed - not yet released imdb link.
  84. The Forbidden Dimensions - not yet released imdb link.
  85. Galaxy Watch the Galacteran Legacy - Release year 2015 imdb link.
  86. Gamer or Hacker? - not yet released imdb link.
  87. Gatchaman - in development imdb link.
  88. Gemini Rising - Renamed to Alien Rising imdb link.
  89. Goodbye Erwin Braddog - (Germany) 13 Oct 2013 imdb link.
  90. Goodbye, Little Betty - 13 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  91. The Green Conspiracy - completed imdb link.
  92. The Gunrunner Billy Kane - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  93. Hal - Release 8 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  94. A Happening - not yet released imdb link.
  95. Headsome - Released 23 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  96. Higher Mission - not yet released imdb link.
  97. The How-To Guide for Saving the World - in development imdb link.
  98. The Human Race - Released 10 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  99. Hunting the Phantom - Release date Jan 2014 imdb link.
  100. Hyperfutura - Released 1 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  101. Identity Card - not yet released imdb link.
  102. Ignition - could not find it
  103. The Immortality Factor - in development imdb link.
  104. In Your Eyes - post production imdb link.
  105. Independence Daysaster - Released 27 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  106. Infestation: Day One - Released 20 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  107. Ingénue - Released 6 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  108. Inorigami - (Japan) not yet released imdb link.
  109. Insight - Released 19 Jan 2013 imdb link.
  110. Ion - in development imdb link.
  111. Jurassic Block - Release year 2014 imdb link.
  112. Kolachi - not yet released imdb link.
  113. Krrish 3 - (India) Released 1 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  114. Ku_on - not yet released imdb link.
  115. Kultur Shock - completed imdb link.
  116. Land of Giants - could not find
  117. Last Days at Home - (short) not yet released imdb link.
  118. The Last Immortals - not yet released imdb link.
  119. The Last Safe PlaceLFO: The Movie - Title shortened to LFO: The Movie.  Released 21 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  120. Life Tracker - Released 9 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  121. Liquid Red - post production imdb link.
  122. Listen - 29 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  123. Lonesome Haven - not yet released imdb link.
  124. Lost Time - not yet released imdb link.
  125. Love & Teleportation - 14 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  126. Luxeon - filming imdb link.
  127. Margraue - Released 21 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  128. Martian - not yet released imdb link.
  129. Max the Companion Robot - in develoment imdb link.
  130. Mind's Eye - not yet released imdb link.
  131. Mind Taker - (short) 20 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  132. Monster Killer - Released 1 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  133. Moon Dust - not yet released imdb link.
  134. Mosaic 33 - Released 13 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  135. Mystic Rising - not yet released imbdb link.
  136. Nomad the Beginning - Released 3 July 2013 imdb link.
  137. Nova - (Spain) Released 1 Feb 2013  imdb link.
  138. Omphalos - Released 3 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  139. Oneverse - in development imdb link.
  140. The Paragon Cortex - Released 5 Oct 2013 imdb link.
  141. The Parts - (Georgia) Released 9 May 2013 imdb link.
  142. Passing - Released 27 July 2013 imdb link.
  143. Patriot Act - not yet released imdb link.
  144. The Perfect 46 - not yet released imdb link.
  145. Perfect: Android Rising - Released 14 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  146. The Philosophers - Released 10 Oct 2013 imdb link.
  147. Piercing Brightness - (UK) June 2013 imdb link.
  148. Planetfall - in development imdb link.
  149. Plato's Reality Machine - Released 26 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  150. Point B - post production imdb link.
  151. Polypore - Released 10 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  152. The Problem with Honor - Released 25 Jan 2013 imdb link.
  153. Prodigy-man - not yet released imdb link.
  154. Project Blue Book - not yet released imdb link.
  155. The Projection - (short) completed imdb link.
  156. The Prototype - Released 7 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  157. Quito 2023 - Released 1 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  158. Re-Entry: Grey Zone - Released 7 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  159. Re-Generator - Released 23 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  160. Real - (Japan) 1 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  161. Redd - Released 10 May 2013 imdb link.
  162. Redshift - (Canada) completed imdb link.
  163. Requiem - Released 27 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  164. Return of Hours - announced imdb link.
  165. Revolutionary Man - in development imdb link.
  166. Rise of an Exile - in development. Renamed to Exiles. imdb link.
  167. Saucy Flyer U.F.O. P.I. - Released 6 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  168. Scavengers - Released 21 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  169. Scintilla - completed imdb link.
  170. The Search for Simon - Released 3 May 2013 imdb link.
  171. Second Time Aroundcould not find
  172. Secret Children - post-production imdb link.
  173. Sensory Perception - filming imdb link.
  174. The Sentinelcould not find
  175. Shockwave Darkside -post-production imdb link.
  176. Shree - (India) 26 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  177. Signals 2 -Jun 2013 imdb link.
  178. Signifier and Signified - completed imdb link.
  179. Singularity - in development imdb link.
  180. Sixunable to find
  181. Sleeper - in development imdb link.
  182. Snowpiercer - Released 1 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  183. Sol - Released 7 Jul 2013 imdb link.
  184. Some Like It Bot - Released 4 May 2013 imdb link.
  185. Sons of Liberty - Released 6 Jul 2013 imdb link.
  186. Space Command - not yet released. Renamed to Space Command Redemption imdb link.
  187. Space Pirate Captain Harlock - Released 7 Sep 2013 imdb link.
  188. Space Station 76 - post production imdb link.
  189. Spanners - not yet released imdb link.
  190. Starship II: Rendezvous with Ramses - not yet released imdb link.
  191. Starship: Rising - not yet released imdb link.
  192. Starship: The Coming Darkness - not yet released imdb link.
  193. Station 21 - in development imdb link.
  194. Stranded - Released 26 Jul 2013 imdb link.
  195. Stranglehold - not yet released imdb link.
  196. Supercollider - 2 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  197. Synapse - Released 18 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  198. Synchronicity - not yet released imdb link.
  199. Technopolis - not yet released imdb link.
  200. Territory 8 - Released 1 May 2013 imdb link.
  201. There Are No Goodbyes - Released 14 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  202. They Call Me Superseven - Released 1 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  203. Thirstunable to find
  204. Threads of Destiny - not yet released imdb link.
  205. Thrillseekers the Indosheenno longer tagged as scifi.
  206. Through the Lens - not yet released imdb link.
  207. Time Scoop Hunter - Released 31 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  208. Travelers - Released 13 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  209. Trek Wars: The Movie - Released 8 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  210. Trudno byt bogom - (Russia) 14 Feb 2014 imdb link.
  211. Two Guys Who Sold the World - not yet released imdb link.
  212. TYFTB (Thank You from the Bottom) - not yet released imdb link.
  213. Uncanny - not yet released imdb link.
  214. Under the Skin - Released 4 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  215. Unidentified - Released 8 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  216. The Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag - in development imdb link.
  217. Uvertür - (Turkey) Apr 2013 imdb link.
  218. Valley of Vision - Released 27 Jun 2013 imdb link.
  219. Vanishing Pointunable to find
  220. Vanquisher - not yet released imdb link.
  221. Venus - Release date 2015 imdb link.
  222. Vessel - (UK) May 2013 imdb link.
  223. Void - not yet released imdb link.
  224. Vs. Reality - (Canada) Release year 2014 imdb link.
  225. Waiting for Sandoval - Released 20 Aug 2013 imdb link.
  226. War on Earth - in development imdb link.
  227. The Wars of Other Men - (short) not yet released imdb link.
  228. Wastelander - not yet released imdb link.
  229. The Watchers: Revelation - Released 1 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  230. Way Down in Chinatown - 1 Jan 2013 imdb link.
  231. Weapons of God - in development imdb link.
  232. West Nile Virus - in development imdb link.
  233. White Space - not yet released imdb link.
  234. Whitefire - Released 1 Feb 2013 imdb link.
  235. Winter Slides - not yet released imdb link.
  236. The Wisdom Tree - Released 7 Dec 2013 imdb link.
  237. The World - Released 9 Mar 2013 imdb link.
  238. Worm - Released 18 Apr 2013 imdb link.
  239. Xenomorph - in development imdb link.
  240. Xtracted - not yet released imdb link.
  241. Year of the Frog - not yet released imdb link.
  242. Yume no kayoiji - (Japan) 17 Nov 2013 imdb link.
  243. The Zombie Movie - Released 1 Feb 2013 imdb link.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

The Baddest Moments of Breaking Bad Season 4

Episode 4 - Hank reads in Gale's notebook "To W. W. MY STAR, MY PERFECT SILENCE".  He asks Walt who W. W. can be?  Woodrow Wilson?  Willy Wonka?  Walter White?  Walt laughs and puts up his hands "You got me!"

Episode 10 - Jesse, Mike and Gust meet with the cartel (Don Eladio) in Mexico to poison them with Zifro Anejo.  Gus, Don and associates drink it.  The effect takes 15 minutes to notice.  Gus goes to the bathroom and vomits while the cartel start passing out.  Don't security guard moves toward Don to help him but Mike puts a wire around his neck and chokes him to death.  Don sees that Gus is not struggling and lunges at him with his last bit of energy and falls into the pool and drowns.  Jesse had no idea this would happen.  He thought they were passing him off to the cartel to cook meth but Mike assured him that either they all go home or none of them go home.  Gus grabs and gun and advises Jesse to do the same. Gus yells toward the house that everyone is dead and to grab what ever they can and leave ... or fight and die.  Servants and girls run from the house carrying money and valuables. Gus begins to stumble from some of the poison in his system and Mike and Jesse help him to the front where Jesse searches to find a car with keys.  Mike and Jesse are putting Gus into the back seat when a shot rings out and Mike is hit.  Jesse immediately starts firing back and gets the shooter then helps Mike in the car and drives away.

Episode 12 - Walt is sitting in the back yard spinning his gun on the glass table. Twice it stops pointing at him and the third time it stop pointing at the plant Lily of the Valley which he will use to poison Brock in order to turn Jesse against Gus because Gus is trying to turn Jesse against Walt.  Jesse visits Saul and Huell switches his pack of cigarettes with the ricin with an identical pack without the ricin. Walt wants Jesse to think that Gus had Tyrus switch the packs in the lab so Tyrus could poison brock. It's quite genius.  Andrea calls Jesse and tells him that Brock is sick and Jesse realizes the symptoms are identical to the symptoms caused by ricin. Jesse checks his pack and sees the ricin is missing. He tells Andrea to let the doctors know it is ricin then he threatens Walt with death but Walt convinces his that Gus did it.

Season 4 Episode 13 - Gus goes to kill Tio for talking to the DEA but what he doesn't know is that Tio told them nothing. Tio visited the DEA to bait Gus so he could kill him with the suicide pipe bomb that Walt strapped under his wheel chair and wired to his bell. Gus likes to torture Tio whenever he can for example stopping by to say that he killed his cousins and nephew leaving Don's necklace as proof.  Tio hates Walt but he hates Gus even more. Gus is angry with Tio because Tio killed is close friend and meth cook. Gus and Tyrus visit Tio to inject him with poison but Tio sets off the bomb killing all of them.  Walt rescues Jesse from the lab and they burn the lab.