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The Cloverfield Paradox 


I needed to find something to watch for one of our movie nights and saw that The Cloverfield Paradox has been on my Netflix listing for awhile. So I decided to watch this movie. Underwhelming would barely explain this movie. The premise is interesting from a movie released in 2018. It takes one hour and forty-two minutes to watch The Cloverfield Paradox from start to finish. There will be spoilers in this review.

The Earth is in the middle of an energy crisis in The Cloverfield Paradox. There are blackouts and countries threatening to go to war. We are almost out of resources. The last ditch effort to save humanity is for this renewal energy source to be created on this space station. They fail again and again for two years in The Cloverfield Paradox. They finally make it work but face some unintended consequences.

The crew that makes it work accidently launches themselves into another dimension where things are even worse on Earth. They also get a lady from that universe stuck inside one of their walls. They save her life only to realize that she is not who they think she is. More on that later. The Earth is also missing at first in The Cloverfield Paradox. It is actually on the other side of the sun.

The issues families can have with The Cloverfield Paradox are violence, blood, bad language, lack of attire, enticement to lust, and more. The blonde lady from the other dimensions decides she needs their entire space station to save her planet. She tries to kill everyone on board to make it happen. She eventually winds up going into space without a helmet on. The main character gets back to Earth with the news they can make it work. Sadly there are monsters on the Earth now and it looks like it ate her shuttle on the way back down.

We also learn about her husband in The Cloverfield Paradox. He is trying to do the right thing and help others. These giant monsters are crushing things. There is an interesting character that accurately predicts what will happen in The Cloverfield Paradox. But he is shown as a crackpot early on in this movie. Amazing how the establishment calls smart people insane even when they are proven right.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Netflix
Publisher: Paramount Pictures
Developer: Bad Robot
Rating: ‘PG-13’ - Parents Strongly Cautioned {Sci-Fi Action, Disturbing Images, and Brief Strong Language}

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