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Netflix: The Cloverfield Paradox (Review)



This was a complete surprise as I watched the Superbowl that they announced this but like I said Netflix is going all out to become a top notch competition to the movie theaters with this and the other properties.

I am not going to sit here and act like I understood all of it but when you start talking space and parallel dimensions my sci-fi senses start tingling.   Now as always this is a non-spoiler review and you have to realize I am not a big fan of the first two Cloverfield flicks.

buy you a drank lyrics The official synopsis from Netflix reads:  In the near future, a group of international astronauts on a space station are working to solve a massive energy crisis on Earth. The experimental technology aboard the station has an unexpected result, leaving the team isolated and fighting for their survival.

I found myself reminded of Aliens and The Martian a little along with some Event Horizon influences.  Although, I like the strong female leads and plot twists I really wasn’t emotionally attached to either Cloverfield or 10 Cloverfield Lane but as confusing as this movie is you have to watch it all the way through to the end.

Overall I gave this movie a 3.5 out of 5 it is better than average but not high on my personal list.

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