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Discussion in 'Off Topic Lounge' started by dersinas, Nov 1, 2011.
the best sifi film
i still waiting the remake of episode 4 , 5 and 6
No FORBIDDEN PLANET???
I totally forgot to list it.....
Planet of the Apes(original)
The Time Machine(Original)
Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers
Journey to the Center of the Earth(both)
The Day the Earth Stood Still(original)
Above and Beyond
Star Wars always come first to me as a movie, but for series, I also love Firefly.
Star Wars comes as my favourite science fiction movie because it is the only one of the franchises where I generally like everything about it, or can find good in almost all of it.
Deep Space Nine had some amazing ideas, but the execution was flat.
Of course, MOST of its best ideas were from Babylon 5 ...
Space Battleship Yamato.
Hm where to start...
The Last Starfighter
Firefly (and Serenity)
Battlestar Galactica (revisioned)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (original)
Battle Beyond the Stars
Cowboys and Aliens (a recent collection)
OK here is my list
Star trex the new one
Earth vs the flying saucers
Day the earth stood still (original)
Cowboys vs aliens
It the terror from beyond space
20 million miles to earth
The angry red planet
Series: Dr Who, I'd like to see a paper tardis from someone.
Book: Brave New World, yes I know, a book
Since you asked about a Tardis, try the following site:
Anyone remember Fireball XL5, tv series from the 1960s? A model of the title spacecraft or its launch rails would be a fun build.
Why not post an Introduction to yourself, in the "Introductions" area, and state your interests, then we can point you to where you can find such models. Making your first post in this kind of thread will have most people doubt your sincerity. I thought you were a Spammer.
“Inception” is my favourite Sci-Fi movie so far and I loved the fine performance of the entire cast of this movie, “Inception” has an excellent story and it makes me crazy when I was watching it first time on theatre.
Star wars ep 4,5 and 6 ( Ive payed a psicoanalist to forget the 1,2,3 wall1 )
Firefly Serenity and has no rival for me :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Red dwarf :twisted:
Startrek TOS in dvd with comments :mrgreen:
Favorite Sci-Fi Film
2001: a Space Odyssey.
I loved the models and the way that they were used. (No computer assist in those days.)
The Orion landing scene, and the lunar landing scene were just exquisitely done.
Let us not forget how skillfully Kubrick juxtaposed Strauss' 19th Century music with 21st Century technology.
BTW: You might want to read Clarke's short story "The Sentinel." It is, in my opinion, one of the finest Sci-Fi short stories ever written.
Amen to that! Browncoats rule! sign1