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Contrary to Zondas views, I really like Interstellar.

One of the better scifi flicks of recent years.

Well worth a look if you like your scifi a bit harder than normal, and very watchable throughout. Last 20 mins is a bit of an ass-pull but it works and it all hangs together well.

85% humour of out of 100%

Beany said...

Contrary to Zondas views, I really like Interstellar.

One of the better scifi flicks of recent years.

Well worth a look if you like your scifi a bit harder than normal, and very watchable throughout. Last 20 mins is a bit of an ass-pull but it works and it all hangs together well.

85% humour of out of 100%

harder? It was ridiculously soppy?!

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Beany said...

Contrary to Zondas views, I really like Interstellar.

One of the better scifi flicks of recent years.

Well worth a look if you like your scifi a bit harder than normal, and very watchable throughout. Last 20 mins is a bit of an ass-pull but it works and it all hangs together well.

85% humour of out of 100%

You are joking, this was the second time we tried to watch it and it is appallingly bad!

Rich B said...

Beany said...

Contrary to Zondas views, I really like Interstellar.

One of the better scifi flicks of recent years.

Well worth a look if you like your scifi a bit harder than normal, and very watchable throughout. Last 20 mins is a bit of an ass-pull but it works and it all hangs together well.

85% humour of out of 100%

harder? It was ridiculously soppy?!


Hard scifi, as in most of the science was actual science as opposed to SPACE UNICORNS SAVE THE DAY and THE ALIENS ARE VIOLENTLY ALLERGIC TO WATER AND DIDN'T THINK OF THIS WHEN COMING TO A PLANET WITH A 70% WATER SURFACE sort of bollocks.

Beany said...

Hard scifi, as in most of the science was actual science as opposed to SPACE UNICORNS SAVE THE DAY and THE ALIENS ARE VIOLENTLY ALLERGIC TO WATER AND DIDN'T THINK OF THIS WHEN COMING TO A PLANET WITH A 70% WATER SURFACE sort of bollocks.

Alien Nation?

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Signs

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zedleg said...

Signs

ZIC.

Seriously, that's one of the most egregious, idiotic plot holes I've ever seen.

Alien race capable of interstellar travel, don't understand the basics of surveying the planet they want to invade.

It'd be like us going to a planet where the primary liquid is sulphuric acid. You'd take one look at the results and go 'nope. nope nope nope nope nope' and find a better candidate.

Fvcking M. Night "what a twist" Shamylan really gets on my tits.

Although Beany is very much doing a Yu're-taking-fiction-too-seriously, he's right about Shalayam - annoying twat.

And why are most invading aliens in SF completely naked, e.g. Signs, both versions of War of the Worlds.

They'd last a lot longer in a spacesuit of some kind!

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David_Yu said...

And why are most invading aliens in SF completely naked, e.g. Signs, both versions of War of the Worlds.

They'd last a lot longer in a spacesuit of some kind!

.............."Yu're-taking-fiction-too-seriously".

QED.

Updated January 26, 2015 at 10:06 AM

JL said...

David_Yu said...

And why are most invading aliens in SF completely naked, e.g. Signs, both versions of War of the Worlds.

They'd last a lot longer in a spacesuit of some kind!

.............."Yu're-taking-fiction-too-seriously".

QED.

Oh, don't get me wrong - I like fluffy, soft scifi too. Providing it's not full of massive, gaping holes that a toddler could have filled with something, anything.

But I do like hard sci-fi, it feels like there's more of a grounding in reality in it.

Beany said...

Oh, don't get me wrong - I like fluffy, soft scifi too. Providing it's not full of massive, gaping holes that a toddler could have filled with something, anything.

But I do like hard sci-fi, it feels like there's more of a grounding in reality in it.

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Beany said...

But I do like hard sci-fi, it feels like there's more of a grounding in reality in it.

Me too.

Proper Sci-Fi should be thought provoking.

You'll enjoy Ex-Machina Beany, just been to see it this afternoon

Looks like there are a few good Sci-Fi movies coming out, Chappie, Jupiter Ascending, think there was another by the director of Heat. EDIT: Blackhat

Also some Michael Bay tosh.

Jupiter Ascending look visually incredible, so I'll be watching it for that reason alone. Also Mila Kunis is tasty :lol:.

Updated January 26, 2015 at 5:38 PM

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