The Cloverfield Paradox is a movie that emphasized the historic nature of Superbowl Sunday, not because of quality, but rather an immensely novel handling of a Netflix exclusive release.
The cryptic trailer for the third installment in the Cloverfield series released during the game and, while as frenetically stitched together as prior installments, sought a much loftier benchmark for its typical flash bang marketing.
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Blade Runner 2049, a sequel the sci fi cult classic that’s over 30 years old at this point, is one of the few staggered sequels to actually do the original justice – and it bombed spectacularly.
And for all of the money that flows towards unnecessary hands in Hollywood, it really is a shame that Blade Runner 2049 didn’t make as much of a financial mark as it could have.
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