There is an interesting top 10 posted on bscreview.com. I am ashamed to say that I wasnâ€™t familiar with all of them, Iâ€™ll definately check them out soon. Including the surprising no. 1, Children of Men !
But looking at the list I am afraid the previous decade wasnâ€™t the hottest for SF movies. My personal favorite would be serenity, which indeed might arguably be a 2hr special episode of Firefly ;).
BscReview top 10 SF movies of the decade.
Just listened to the 100th episode (split over 2 episodes) of this great podcast ! So I figured I just had to mention it here. If you’re not familiar with this show yet, go and check it out at http://www.cinecastshow.com/.
Saw this movie this weekend and thought it was very impressive. It’s about a diplomat (Justin Quayle played by Ralph Fiennes), who, right before he leaves on a business trip to Africa meets Tessa, an activist and they start a romance that soon leads to a marriage, because Tessa wants to join Justin on his trip to Africa. The movie starts rather dramatically when Justin receives the news that Tessa might have been killed by local bandits. The first 45mins or so of the movie are all flashbacks and there are more of them in the rest of the movie. A plot then unwraps that her killing might have been more than just a coincidence. I wont go into that for the people that didnt see it yet.
Lord I do not want to be hurt by a bear
No this site is not turning into animal planet. It’s just coincidence I watched two animal related movies this week :). The Grizly Man is a documentary on Timoty Treadwell. For 13 years Treadwell lived amongst the Grizzly bears in Alaska during the summer. The movie is a collection of Treadwell’s own footage he shot during the last few years of his life and interviews by the director of the movie Warner Herzog.
In the fall of 2003 Treadwell and his girlfriend were killed by a bear, which made the news all over the world at the time. Overall the documentary is well done, you see TT talking with the bears (he even gave them names) and the interviews with people he knew are nice and informative, though some are a bit too emotional for my taste. This documentary isnt perfect but it’s very enjoyable nevertheless. I love the endearing moments, like chasing his pet fox who stole his cap or the one where he talks to Chocolate, one of his favorite bears.