If you see one science-fiction movie this weekend, it should probably be Upstream Color , because, you know, Shane Carruth, and Primer, and holy shit, and etc But if you see two—or even if it’s a few weeks from now and you still want to see something all science-fictional—see Oblivion, because I’m pretty sure Oblivion is going to get lost, and possibly forgotten, and that’d be too bad.
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Admittedly, Sam Rockwell and company did it first, and did it well, with Moon, but Oblivion is an exceptional movie, with great cinematography, exceptional, seamless CGI effects, and a good story, to boot. What really makes it exemplary is the fact that even after the twist, and realizing that its been done before, the movie carves out a niche for itself on any sci-fi playlist, and without having its own merit tarnished by the realization. Definitely a must see for Sci-Fi lovers, but a well-rounded movie that should resonate even with those that are not Sci-Fi aficionados.
The movie was released in 1988 and exposed the western markets to Manga animation. It also had landmark animation techniques which were used in almost every other animated movie that came out of Japan. It also had Cyberpunk undertones, which inspired The Matrix. Amazon Instant Video uses the Adobe Flash. We can take you to the Adobe website where you can quickly install the latest free version of the Flash.
I feel bad for not liking it, maybe thirty five years of movie watching has made me jaded. I have no doubt some may adore this film (and I can understand that), and there are positive aspects to it. Morgan Freeman being one. For me though it was all style and little substance and a bit too long winded with acting that never felt quite believable. It was almost as if the actors knew it was flawed.Read More