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Film Review - The Cloverfield Paradox


Bad Robot, a production company owned by J.J. Abrams, is trying very hard to make “Cloverfield” a thing, only they don’t seem to possess much of a game plan for franchise expansion, doing little original work since the 2008 theatrical debut of the first picture. In 2016, there was “10 Cloverfield Lane,” which began life as a low-budget thriller (originally titled “The Cellar”) with no sci-fi touches, only to be ‘roided up with “Cloverfield” juice and turned into a sequel, and a successful one at that, inspiring Bad Robot to return to the same formula with “God Particle,” a space chiller that’s been redressed as “The Cloverfield Paradox,” offering an even looser connection to the brand name than the previous chapter. Not helping matters is the DTV quality of the filmmaking, with “The Cloverfield Paradox” offering a wildly inconsistent tone and poor casting to bring its space station disaster to life.  Read the rest at


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