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Old 12-29-2014, 11:47 AM
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Josh has reviewed 'Supernova'. Here's what he thought...

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Robin Tunney is the only reason to watch this.
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Old 12-30-2014, 10:20 AM
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I'll watch anything with Spader in it, except Blacklist, as he is an awesome actor.

I remember catching this one night on TV and actually enjoying it. I'm also a fan of Angela Bassett.

And Tunney is literally the icing on the cake LOL
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I remember skipping this one back when it came to the theaters. I'm glad I did because anyone that I knew that saw it hated it. I may have to pick it up just to see what I missed out on (apparently Robin Tunney gets naked).
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I just re-watched this on netflix... And you know, it's not actually a bad film. I remember thinking it wasn't that bad when I saw it originally, and it holds up surprisingly well, as a short, fun little scifi thriller. In fact, in comparison to many a recent blockbuster, it comes over as quite intelligent lol! Don't get me wrong, it's not brilliant. There are some facepalm-inducing character moments, and some of it needed more character building, and exploration of the core mystery, but overall it's really not bad.

James Spader actually comes over surprisingly well, as a decent/semi-interesting character who's never stupid, or doing things just to drive the plot through idiocy. (Which is getting more common these days)

I'm half-tempted by the shout factory release, if only for the curiosity of the deleted scenes and making-of (I'd forgotten the BD existed till having a quick google after my re-watch).
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