Small Details In The Cloverfield Paradox You Missed

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The Cloverfield movie-verse has now officially expanded into some wild new territory. Netflix surprised fans of the sci-fi film series by dropping the third installment, The Cloverfield Paradox, on Super Bowl Sunday without warning. Like the first two films, Cloverfield 3 offers a new perspective on why all of those giant monsters have appeared on Earth. If you haven't seen it yet, you might want to click away now because we're about to take a deep dive into outer space…

The obligatory Kelvin nod | 0:54
The Slusho connection | 1:43
A brotherly bond? | 3:19
A familiar face | 4:21
A mama monster? | 4:57
Foreshadowing part four? | 5:48

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Small Details In The Cloverfield Paradox You Missed

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