At the intersection of sci-fi, drama, and existentialism, we meet Solaris. While relegated to general obscurity, Solaris remains one of the more challenging sci-fi concepts out there. This article seeks out the discrepencies and similarities between one novel and two movies dealing with a virtually identical narrative.
Will this newest release from the Troma-man himself, Lloyd Kaufman be a gore-fest, schlocky, toilet humor-filled indie outing, or will it be........well, of course that's what it is. It's Troma, after all.
There's going to be a lot of talk about this movie based around people's religious affilliations. Now lets sit down for a minute a talk about Noah and the director, Aronofsky, without all that baggage it has to carry around.
Tales tell of a director who once represented everything good and pure about B-movies in a Hollywood landscape. He went into hiding, to not be seen for 20 years, until he released his monster upon the Earth, and that monster would come to be called Frankenstein Unbound!
In 2002, JCVD had to save a train full of people from a terrorist threat. Did he save the day? Of course...but who cares? Unbeknownst to him, he wasn't actually a hero...he was just another action star in another shoddy rip-off of Die Hard.
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