Fifth about The Seventh

Oblivion (2013)

Oblivion: while the best sci-fi movies will have something to say about the human condition, it’s not a requirement for an entertaining film. Such is the case here; sub-text is somewhat subdued, but existent. It’s an interesting and well-told story, with the small cast efficiently doing their part. Sound design is particularly rich, but the set and prop design is also very interesting. (Robots, houses, spaceships are all very sleek and clean, pleasurable to look at.)

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