Never Watch These 3 Science Fiction Movies

Like any other movie, there are science fiction films that are just not worth your time.  SuddenlyPress has got you covered, so just don’t watch these ones:

Jurassic Shark (2012)

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This is a parody to Spielberg’s Jaws and Jurassic Park with parody being an exaggeration and imitation of something to make it appear hilarious.

This movie showcases a prehistoric shark which ends is years of sleep after some oil exploration. Just like its other counterparts, characters end up dying one by one.

I knew this is a movie I won’t recommend to anyone when we get our first look at the shark – a terrible computer-generated imagery that looked dated, even when compared to Jaws. (Note: Spielberg’s “Jaws” was released in 1975.)

Star Quest: The Odyssey (2009)

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This is a film made on a limited budget, for sure. Star Quest: The Odyssey needs to tap the Star Trek audience, but I assure you, it’s far from JJ Abrams’ reboot.

It’s a space war, but what makes it a movie you wish you did not watch is that very scene where you could actually notice the cyborgs began punching cardboard sets. Mind you, these cyborgs look very human to me – with circuit sheet costumes hanging on their midribs.

Aliens Vs Avatars (2011)

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I wonder if this is a parody of Alien vs. Predator and the Avatar, or just riding on these movies’ publicity.

Brought to you by the director of The Amazing Bulk and Queen Cobra, Lewis Schoenbrun, Aliens vs. Avatars looks more low-budget than it already is. If you’d like some nudity, you’d get a few frames in the beginning of the movie, which I believe is very irrelevant to this film. Costumes lacked imagination. Characters looked awfully slandered with blue paint, to the very least.

So there are the 4 films you don’t want to see in a movie house. Excuse me, can I get a refund?

Readers Comments (1)

  1. I totally agree! These movies made me regret for watching! :((

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