65 (2023)

Adam Driver is a spaceman who crash lands on earth during the cretaceous period. Now he must find a way off the planet with the only other survivor – a young girl named Koa, before they get pasted by an ignorant dinosaur or a wayward meteor

Dune (2021)

The noble Atreides are charged with taking over the desert planet Arrakis and production of the valuable commodity Spice from the cruel Harkonnens. And do you think the Harkonnens are happy about this? Are they foop! Lies are told and slaps are thrown. Stuck in the middle are the indigenous Fremen who just want to be left alone to live in (or under) the sand. Can anyone bring peace to the planet and end the bloodshed? Paul, maybe?

Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Tony Stark and Bruce Banner put their glorious brains together to resurrect an advanced piece of AI software called Ultron with the intention of it protecting the world, but it turns out to have the twisted, warped mind of James Spader and needs to be destroyed before it wipes out humanity – starting with a small, poor, eastern European country. Cue the Avengers to save the day

Star Wars VII – The Force Awakens (2015)

30 odd years after the Empire was defeated, The First Order – basically a newer, snazzier version of the Empire – has come to power and threatens to destroy all who oppose them. It’s up to the Resistance (nee Rebellion) to join up with some familiar faces (and some new sexy ones) to put a stop to the baddies evil shenanigans.

Vice (2015)

Imagine a world where you can do anything you want without any repercussions as long as Bruce Willis says it’s ok. That’s Vice, a company that uses synthetic people to allow real people perform their seedy desires without breaking the law. Surely nothing can go wrong here.

Lucy (2014)

Lucy 2014

Lucy (Scarlett Johansson) is a student who is kidnapped by a Taiwanese Drug lord, Mr Jang (Min-sik Choi). Mr Jang operates on Lucy and inserts a package of mysterious drugs into her abdomen so she can bring them overseas without the attention of the authorities. But some idiot hits her a kick in the belly, spilling the drugs, which her body then absorbs giving her elevated brain usage, which she decides to put to good use by tracking down Mr Jang to kill him.

Terminator Genisys (2015)

Terminator Genisys (2015) review

Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) is sent back in time by John Connor (Jason Clarke) to protect his mother, Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke) from a cyborg assassin also sent from the future. However, on arriving Reese discovers that the past is vastly different to what he believed and it was he that needed Sarah Connor’s protection and help in saving the human race.

Ex Machina (2015)

Ex Machina

Caleb (Domhnaill Gleeson), a coder for the worlds largest fictional search engine, is selected by the CEO to evaluate and test his latest creation – a sexy robot with a groundbreaking new AI.

Jupiter Ascending (2015)

Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis) is an everyday Russian toilet scrubber (not an insult, just her job) living with her family in Chicago. After finding out she is the heiress of an intergalactic noble family, she must fight to save the earth from destruction, but not without the help of Caine (Channing Tatum), a half-wolf hunter who has trouble keeping his shirt on.

Oblivion (2013)

Jack and Victoria are the only two people left on the planet after a nuclear war with an alien race. It’s their job to keep drones in operation so that enough sea water can be extracted and brought to Titan, one of Saturn’s moons along with other survivors who orbit the earth in a giant pyramid thing called a Tet. Don’t argue people, that’s pure science right there! But uh oh, a spaceship lands on earth and the contents of which make Jack question everything he knows