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Ad Astra review: Brad Pitt sulks in outer space
on 22nd of Sep 2019 “2001 meets Apocalypse Now” may be the preferred pitch for this self-consciously philosophical science-fiction adventure from James Gray . In Ad Astra, it’s the ghost of the “Lima project” that

An AI affair fuels a midlife crisis in the eerie science fiction drama Auggie
(Sep 2019) That’s how retiree Felix (Richard Kind) feels in the science fiction movie Auggie as he rounds a corner at the . that Auggie analyzes its users’ subconscious desires, then projects the image of

Ad Astra Review: James Gray’s Heart Of Darkness In Space Is Gorgeous And Deep
(Sep 2019) Roy is told not only that his father is still alive, but that his mission from three decades ago, the Lima Project, is responsible for the . Ad Astra is the first venture into science-fiction for

NME at Venice Film Festival – ‘Ad Astra’ review: a sci-fi masterpiece as thought
(Sep 2019) This is that rare thing: a movie that balances cinematic brawn . Instead there is a desire to lock into existentialist concerns, as all the best science fiction films do, audaciously tackling the

To Neptune and beyond
(Sep 2019) In James Gray’s movies characters seem to act as if they were in a novel . As a story, Ad Astra sits in the shadow of Solaris, the classic science fiction tale by Stanislaw Lem filmed by both Andrei

Ad Astra review – Brad Pitt on a thrilling Freudian space odyssey
(Sep 2019) Gray’s direction, like Pitt’s performance, is fiercely intended and intricately controlled and the resulting movie has some of the epic and . decades ago while heading up a pioneer exploratory

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