Three science-fiction movies for all tastes that you can already see in streaming

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Like every weekend, we delve into the depths of streaming catalogs in search of genre films that go beyond the latest releases. Korean action, alternative superheroes and genetic experimentation are the three keys for a handful of films that show that not everything is going to be the fanfare of the big releases.

‘Bloodshot’

Vin Diesel had plans to fabricate his own bespoke Marvel Cinematic Universe, out of independent publisher Valiant’s properties. ‘Bloodshot’ and its story of a soldier resurrected thanks to nanotechnology was going to be its foundation stone, but stumbled upon the start of the pandemic. Who knows if we would have seen more of Valiant on the big screen, but we are left with this very fun cyber-action movie full of interesting special effects and that raises some divergent ideas from the typical superhero movies.

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‘Manufactured City’

At this point you won’t need too much proof that Korean big-budget cinema has nothing to envy to what comes to us from Hollywood. But just in case you have any doubts, try this explosive piece of youthful action in which a gamer of success is accused of murder and will have to put into practice everything he has learned in virtual worlds to survive and prove his innocence.

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‘Morgan’

Anya Taylor-Joy’s debut was in this modest but very interesting runaway science experiment film produced by Ridley Scott. Its large cast stands out, with names like Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kate Mara, Paul Giamatti or Toby Jones. A film full of action and suspense, but between claustrophobic nightmares, some questions are asked about the moral limits of genetic experimentation.

Like every weekend, we delve into the depths of streaming catalogs in search of genre films that go beyond the…

Like every weekend, we delve into the depths of streaming catalogs in search of genre films that go beyond the…

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