Space: its mysterious nature has been an inspiration to the imagination. While there are many aspects to the sci-fi genre the concept of traveling through space is practically the genre’s bread and butter as it has played a major role in the world of film with movies such as 2001: A Space Odyssey and Interstellar. Despite the variety of adventures through the milky way this concept continues to thrive on the silver screen, and that is certainly evident in the new film Ad Astra. Ad Astra is directed by James Gray who wanted to create a more realistic approach to space travel, and it seems this idea has proven effective as the film has received astounding praise from critics. However could this sci-fi film entice this Film Adventurer? The answer is a surprising yes.
When it comes to directors with a unique vision, none may be more prominent than that of Quinten Tarantino. Since his work on Reservoir Dogs, the acclaimed filmmaker has brought his sense of style to an array of movies such as Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Inglorious Bastards and more recently The Hateful Eight. Now Tarrantino is back with his ninth motion picture and this time the director takes moviegoers to the land of the stars: Hollywood. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is a dramedy that depicts the stardom city during the 60’s. A film centering on a life in Hollywood is nothing new, but when you mix this concept with Quinten Tarantino, the end result could lead to anything. In this case what transpired was a film that was not only unique for the season, but unique for Tarantino himself.