- SkyHook review by SW
Science fiction in cinema needs believeability above all. The viewer needs to feel that the world portrayed is a realistic one, or at least realistically possible. I cite Avatar as a fine example of this. Failing this there is no need of multi-million pound CGI budgets if the story and the characters are engaging, and I cite Metropolis by Fritz Lang, The Time Machine etc,etc. This film fails in both categories, for the sets were worthy of Plan Nine from Outer Space, and the story was to say the least predictable, and the acting as wooden as the sets. This film is dire, pure plain and simple. Avoid.
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