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Tag Archives: sci-fi
Surrogates takes place in a world where people stay at home and let their doll like robots go out and interact on their behalf. Even the police. Radha Mitchell places a detective who is paired with Bruce Willis when a … Continue reading
Bruce Willis is back in action in the high-octane, adrenaline-fueled thriller Surrogates. They made me write that. But if you’re a fan of the fast paced action and like a science fiction thriller, than you’ll definitely want to pre-order Surrogates … Continue reading
Although record numbers tuned in for the premiere last week, Episode 2 saw those ratings fall 30%. And while the collective complaint of the first episode was the lightning speed with which it moved and how much was packed in, … Continue reading
First, if you missed “V” last night, you can now download it as a free video on iTunes. Second, if you did see it, you weren’t alone. Almost 14 million people watched with you. That’s a good sign for ABC … Continue reading