Tag: Dystopian future

DMZ MINISERIES (STORY ANALYSIS)DMZ MINISERIES (STORY ANALYSIS)

DMZ Miniseries Story analysis

DMZ is an American dystopian streaming television miniseries created by Roberto Pantino, based on the comic book series of the same name by Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli. The premise involves a second American Civil War turning Manhattan Island into a demilitarised zone (DMZ), where a NYC medic Alma Ortega (Rosario Dawson) returns to the island to find her lost son after an 8-year fruitless search in the USA and the secessionist Free States of America (FSA).

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E10 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E10 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E10 Review

Y The Last Man S01E10 is the finale of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E09 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E09 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E09 Review

Y The Last Man S01E09 is the penultimate episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E08 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E08 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E08 Review

Y The Last Man S01E08 is the eighth episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E07 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E07 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E07 Review

Y The Last Man S01E07 is the seventh episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E06 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E06 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E06 Review

Y The Last Man S01E06 is the sixth episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E05 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E05 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E05

Y The Last Man S01E05 is the fifth episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E04 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E04 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E04

Y The Last Man S01E04 is the fourth episode of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Disney+ based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The premise of Y The Last Man postulates a dystopian future where all men are wiped out save for one.

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Y THE LAST MAN S01E01 – S01E03 (REVIEW)Y THE LAST MAN S01E01 – S01E03 (REVIEW)

Y The Last Man S01E01 - S01E03

Y The Last Man S01E01 – S01E03 are the first three episodes of the first season of the dystopian post-apocalyptic FX TV drama series streaming on Hulu based on the DC Comics series created by Brian K Vaughn and Pia Guerra. The first three episodes constitute half of the entire first season and hopefully there will be a second season considering the original comic book series lasted 60 issues. 

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BLADE RUNNER (STORY ANALYSIS)BLADE RUNNER (STORY ANALYSIS)

Blade Runner

Blade Runner is a 1982 dystopian scifi film drama directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford as the titular character. The film was loosely based on Philip K Dick’s novel, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Despite the initial commercial and critical failure of Blade Runner (when it was first released in 1982), the film has attained cult status in the years since and has been retroactively hailed as one of the best science-fiction films of all time. 

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