Science Fiction for the Great Recession
“Jim” is two or maybe three movies in one. There’s an angry downsizing drama, a sort of “Falling Down” for the derivatives age, that overlaps with a cautionary tale about modern medicine and genetic engineering, and these connect in a hazy way to a dystopian science-fiction fantasy set on a future earth populated by clones.
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My Soul to Take (2010)
It’s official — Wes Craven is now an ex-horror movie maestro. Of course, some would argue that ever since he traded commercial appeal (the Scream films) for good old fashioned terror (see everything he did prior to the ’90s) and…
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