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La Brea Review – Bonkers Sci-Fi Hopes Constant Run Carries

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Foundation Review – Series Pushes Limits Of “Adaptation”

There are a variety of reasons that a book can hold onto the consensus opinion that it is unfilmable, but these are frequently overcome with time and ultimately involve...

Y: The Last Man Review – Sex-centric Apocalypse Is Gripping But Confused

Y: The Last Man delivers a unique twist on descending into an apocalyptic world, and it's one that made for a fascinating examination in the comic, but the adaptation...

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