Facebook Activity



Teen Ink on Twitter

Home > Advanced Search

Advanced Search Results


We found 35 items that match your search.
Switch to basic search »
Refine advanced search »
Results per page: Advanced search
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    Transcendence is the directorial debut from acclaimed cinematographer Wally Pfister (Memento, The Dark Knight, Inception) centered around Dr. Will Caster, who (after being shot by an irradiated bullet) has only weeks to live. In this time, his wife Evelyn and best friend Max (Rebecca Hall and Paul B...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    Odd Thomas is the newly released supernatural thriller written/directed by Stephen Sommers (The Mummy, Mummy Returns, Van Helsing) about Odd Thomas, a 21-year old cook who has "abilities" that give him a strange insight to the afterlife, and things caught in-between. When a strange man com...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    The Last Days on Mars is a newly released sci-fi film from one of the producers of Europa Report. Centering around the Mars-2 crew of the ISC (International Space Commission), part of the full crew of the spacecraft Aurora, the story takes place in the final 20 hours of the crew's time on Mars ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    47 Ronin is the new fantasy epic starring Keanu Reeves. Based on the true story of the 47 Ronin, when their master is murdered by Lord Kira, the 47 look to Oishi (portrayed by Hiroyuki Sanada) to lead them against Kira. But Oishi recruits one more man; Kai, a half-British half-Japanese warrior witho...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    Directed by Gore Verbinski, The Lone Ranger is a reboot of the 1949 television series. In this film, we are introduced to John Reid, a lawyer returning home where his brother Dan deputizes John and they head out to arrest the criminal Butch Cavendish. But when Dan, John and a slew of other Texas Ran...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    Directed by Sebastián Cordero, “Europa Report” tells the story of the crew of Europa One, a spacecraft voyaging to Jupiter's moon. Their mission: to find single-celled life beneath the icy surface, where a hidden ocean lies. After a malfunction leaves one astronaut disillusioned and another ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    "There is a natural order to this world, and those who try to upend it do not fare well." These words help to explain the awesome, sheer spectacle that is Cloud Atlas, a film based on the novel of the same name by David Mitchell, which focuses on six completely different stories, yet they ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In 2000, a genre-defining masterpiece would be released called Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott and co-written by John Logan. Just three short years later, another film would be released that would again define the genre of the historical epic, but with a different and bolder vision that is no le...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    "Sixty years ago, Earth was attacked. We won the war, and now we have to leave." These are a few of the first words we hear from Jack Harper, Tech 49 on Earth who is a drone repairman. In 2017, Earth was attacked by aliens called Scavs, who destroyed the Moon and then launched an all-out a...
  • Reviews > Music Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In the video game world, there are a series of games called Gears of War, which takes players into a dark, violent world where nothing is as it seems. Accompanying these games (after the first) is the music, which is composed by Steve Jablonsky, who is known for his work on Transformers and Battlesh...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    There are lots of books that people thought were incapable of being brought to the big screen but have become incredible films. In 2001, Peter Jackson brought to life one of the greatest fantasy works ever written: J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. Released a year apart, the “Lord of the ...
  • Reviews > Video game reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In2009, a video game that would change the way we look at First-Person Shooters would be released, and it was called Borderlands. A science-fiction/western surrounding a plot on the planet Pandora, four "Vault Hunters" arrive looking for the Vault, an alien cache of everything to make one ...
  • Reviews > TV show reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In the world of TV, there have been plenty of television series created that have taken us to the stars, or to other worlds and dimensions. Among these shows is Battlestar Galactica, a reboot of an older series that aired in the 1970s. There have been a few shows like BSG that have captured incredib...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In 2007, director Danny Boyle (“28 Days Later”) and writer Alex Garland created a science-fiction film epic that amazed many with its visual and surreal story-telling: “Sunshine.” In the year 2057, the Earth is dying, as is the Sun. So a team of specialists are sent to reignite the Sun&#...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In 2011, a film was released about a virus that has medical researchers stumped, and begins to wipe out the human population, mimicking signs of the flu and the common cold, ending in death. Through what's known today as "Hyperlink Cinema", the story follows six different points of vi...
  • Reviews > Video game reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    The Dead Space series is a truly defining work of the genre of science fiction and the sub-genre of psychological horror. In the first game, we are introduced to the 26th century, and engineer Isaac Clarke, who becomes entangled in a hellish conspiracy of death, lies and apocalyptic means. In Dead S...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Custom User Avatar
    When the lights began to dim, And the thought of hope grim, The only love he knew took her fall, An effort to help save us all. The man, the would-be machine, broke the lie. With reason and cause, his sorrow would justify. With the battle just beginning, The hero, without his light, has no ...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In the world of foreign films, there have been a select few over the past twenty years that have become instant classics, respecting their genres to the fullest extent. One of these films is the 2010 South Korean film, I Saw the Devil. Directed by Kim Ji-Woon, I Saw the Devil tells the story of a ma...
  • Reviews > Video game reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In 2008, EA released a game that would break the rules on gory content, and scares that kept you up for days; Dead Space. Now, in 2011, EA teamed up with Visceral Games and released the highly anticipated sequel, Dead Space 2, which would set the bar for every horror game, combining jaw-dropping act...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    Custom User Avatar
    It was in the late afternoon, and the sun began to commence the fall. The early hours had been dismissed, and the time of the day had long gone. Sitting behind his desk, Professor Kalross had anticipated an evening rush of student eager to learn the next lesson, as his class was at the height of pop...
  • Reviews > TV show reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    "You are being watched." These paranoid, yet haunting words begin the episode, leading into a monologue from Mr. Finch, one of the main characters, who's created something called The Machine, which was designed to search out threats to the United States that involve national security,...
  • Reviews > Video game reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    "...All men dream, but not equally." As said by T.E. Lawrence, Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception is the supposed conclusion to an epic trilogy, one that is unlike any other. After the events of Uncharted 2: Among Thieves, Nathan Drake sets out on a personal quest to uncover his ancestor,...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    In 2012, there were plenty of horror films and many films that were critically acclaimed, but there were some films among the grand, non-stop blockbuster season that helped create new twists and views of the genres. One of these films was the "found-footage" anthology, V/H/S, a graphic, vi...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    “Time travel has not yet been invented, but thirty years from now it will have been.” These words kick-start one of the grittiest science-­fiction films of all time, and it never lets up – not even after the credits roll. “Looper,” skillfully written and directed by Rian Johnson, is ab...
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
    Custom User Avatar
    Prometheus is a recent blockbuster from director Ridley Scott, which turns out to be his return to the sci-fi genre after 30 years, and this return to the genre is a big- and noteworthy -one. Another installment into the Alien franchise, Prometheus is set 30 years before Alien, telling the tale of t...

Launch Teen Ink Chat
Site Feedback