“Dune” by Frank Herbert—Adaptability Review

Whether it is in our movies, television, or novels, science-fiction is one of the most diverse and imaginative genres of storytelling today. From almost all of the major tentpoles in the genre, Star Trek for example, most of their creators will all list a specific novel as a major inspiration: Frank Herbert's Dune. Written in …

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Tenet—Christopher Nolan’s Latest Is A Brain-Bending Spy Thriller That Will Leave You Thinking For Days

Arguably, one of the best directors in the business right now is Christopher Nolan. Every film he has directed has been unbelievably great (subjectively of course), and each carry his very distinct style of filmmaking. So, with his amazing track record of projects, Tenet had become one of the most anticipated films of the year …

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The New Mutants—Fox’s Era of X-Men Doesn’t Stick the Landing In Its Final Hours

The movie that started off the the surge of comic book films was Fox's X-Men back in 2000, for it showed studios that they could make profitable, well-received, and mature films out of the properties. From there, Fox spawned two direct sequels, a three-film Wolverine series (Logan (2017) being the best live-action comic book film), …

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“The Obsoletes” by Simeon Mills—Adaptability Review

First on the book review list is The Obsoletes by Simeon Mills which is a story of twin brothers, Darryl and Kanga, in their school years living a secret: they are robots. Where they live is filled with robophobic humans that if they were to find out the twins, they would rip them to shreds. …

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