The Cloverfield Paradox 
Director: Julias Onah
Stars: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Daniel Bruhl, Elizabeth Debicki, Chris O’Dowd, Ziyi Zhang, Aksel Hennie, John Ortiz with Donal Logue and David Oyelowo
Review: The excitement around Cloverfield Paradox was short but that was definitely the idea Netflix and Paramount had intended. Announced to arrive on Netflix right after the Super Bowl, we were teased in the trailer this'd finally be a proper sequel to Cloverfield. As many of us know now, it was something completely different. The first Cloverfield was an intensely entertaining monster movie, and 10 Cloverfield Lane was a thrilling mystery from start to finish. The Cloverfield Paradox was just a mind bending sci-fi movie that has fans pulling it apart for further details. Without the Cloverfield element, the film is a pretty generic space movie, but the original story (God Particle) seemed interesting enough. But I loved the way JJ Abrams reimagined it, expanding the Cloverfield universe to new territory. Gugu Mbatha Raw leads an all star cast, where everyone delivered brilliant performances. Daniel Bruhl and David Oyelowo played their integral parts excellently, as did Elizabeth Debicki who's character was most intriguing. Chris O'Dowd was also good, but his humour felt off beat a lot of the time. The other cast members were also strong. This movie left most with more questions than answers, and I love how this series keeps pointing you in several directions, never showing you the exact path because you have to make your own judgements. Overall, The Cloverfield Paradox was definitely underwhelming in many regards, but it perfectly opens up the possibilities for all new upcoming Cloverfield movies.