Another Hollywood movie, this time featuring amputation as the main theme and having gorgeous Sherilyn Fenn as the main female lead.
Another movie featuring amputation and rather remarkable regeneration with the use of nano-machines.
I just watched one of the most bizarre movies of the recent past – Universal Soldier 4.
While Bicentennial Man (1999) is a great movie of its own and one of the most precise book-based picture Hollywood ever produced, another Asimov’s plot, I, Robot, is one big sci-fi failure.
Artificial arms in movies are quite rare, and are mostly reserved to pirate-themed films. Nevertheless, such pictures do exist.
So, House M.D. is officially over. I became a fan of the series in 2009, when House M.D. was at its peak.
Phantom Pain is a 2009 German movie, starring Til Schweiger.
Peter Pan is a great… I guess we can call it franchise. It’s vivid, interesting and appealing to both children and adults. Much like modern Shrek. Shrek, by the way, has a cameo of the play villain, Captain Hook, in second installment of the series.