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Since there's only a Stargate-Thread atm, I figured we could use a more universal thread for any kind of sci-fi related films.

Please limit the amount of low-quality SF, since there is already a thread up for B-Movies.

Starting with Andrei Tarkovskys SOLYARIS (aka the one without George Clooney):


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Bumping with Event Horizon:
(Warning: can contain traces of Spooks)

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>>838360
>high quality

lel.
I have not seen the Tartakovsky Solaris, and have heard good things about it, but Lem had so many really, really bad things to say I am inclined to pass.

A shame. Maybe Lem was wrong?
Anon: convince me that this is worth dl'ing/watching.

plz
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>>838872
fwiw:

Lem also wrote an even more unhinged review of the Soderburg one (sight unseen) and urged people to boycott it. Then Lem apparently was paid off, and deleted both reviews from his website. Then he died, and the Truth is apparently lost forever.

still, convince me. (Sorry for shitting up your "more than decent" thread)
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>>838360
Also (I promise this will be the last shitting), English subs? Russian or Polish dub? (Original was Rus, but the cover art you posted was PL)
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>>838872
>>838874
>>838875

Thanks for your feedback, and don't worry, I don't mind aou shitting over the thread (but please post some films, since you're here)^^

I would highly recommend the Tarkovsky-Version, but the Soderbergh isn't bad as well, it's just, that it has George Clooney in a role which doesn't really fit him...

I can completetly understand, that Lem was disappointed with both films, since they both take a very liberal approach to the books story. But I think it's in the nature of these masterworks, that there could never really be a audiovisual depiction that could match the imaginative genius of the author (it is kind of like the way with Alan Moore's graphic novels and there movie adaptations).

As for the story of Lem's review, I don't quite know what you are referring to... there is a review still up on his page (http://english.lem.pl/arround-lem/adaptations/soderbergh/147-the-solaris-station), in which he really good summs up, why the Soderbergh did not meet his expectations... do you mean, that there had been another review before?

And last, but not least: The Tarkovsky-Version is completely in Russian, with English subs... the cover art is from an edition of the book, since the original movie poster looks hideous.


And since we're talking about Lem, here's also a quite good adaptation:

Ari Folman's The Congress (loosely based on Lem's "The Futurological Congress":

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A Scanner Darkly: Amazing rotoscoped i think vectorized, with psychedelic visuals featuring Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder R.Downey Jr. and Woody Harrelson. Based from the book of the same name from writter Philip K. Dick (do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep AKA Bladerunner)

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>>838917
Awesome movie btw and fucking amazing book
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>>838952
Oh, I remember this one, this one hell of an experience... I don't recall ever seeing something similar to it.

>>838953
yes, it's one of the very rare times where I would say that a movie adaptation did justice to the original... Folman really captures the extensive and strange worlds one imagines while reading Lem.

Also quite good in my opinion. Moon by Duncan Jones (aka Zowie Bowie):

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>>838981
I loved this one, thanks mate.
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Great movies, all of them.
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>>838360
mosfilm has a youtube channel with free HD versions of both solaris and stalker (with subs) in case you didn't know
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>>841838
Thanks for the heads-up. Not sure if this is the Stalker you're thinking of, but it looks great and has English subs:

/watch?v=TGRDYpCmMcM
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Does anyone have 2001: a space odyssey?
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>>843271

Here you go:

720p:
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1080p:
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Both versions are based on the criterion-edition, spoken language is english.
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>>843604
Thanks for providing 720p AND 1080p. You are a true saint.
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/r/ing Judge Dredd (1995) if anyone has it pls
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>>838360
how does this film compare to stalker? i've only ever seen stalker from tarkovsky and although it completely changed the way i look at cinema it made me more than drowsy. if it's anything like the aforementioned film i'd imagine it's best watched completely sober in the early evening.
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>>844128
Thought this was supposed to be for quality sci-fi, not shit tier.
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I'm looking to show gf the original Blade Runner but it has been a while since I've watched it and I'm not sure which version to get. I don't know which version has the voice narrations, extended cuts, etcetera
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Cargo(2009) - great sci fi
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>>844329
not as heady but similar atmospherics. much shorter / more involved so you shouldn't worry about falling asleep. I'd consider it a classic, especially compared to the soderbergh version with clooney.
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>>843604
Proper 20GB 1080p RIP
Can't watch such movie in shit quality.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_OhYIAg8HdYQ0k5eTNXV2Y3REk
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>>844585
Final cut is the best. It doesn't have the narration and is extended. Here is the magnet
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:5c4b83307574a4e84ee49309d18df78de468f524&dn=Blade.Runner.1982.Final.Cut.1080p.BluRay.H264.AAC-RARBG&tr=http%3A%2F%2Ftracker.trackerfix.com%3A80%2Fannounce&tr=udp%3A%2F%2F9.rarbg.me%3A2710&tr=udp%3A%2F%2F9.rarbg.to%3A2710
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>>844753
thanks!
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>>838952
Loved it anon! Thanks!
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Pandorum (2009)
https://yts.am/movie/pandorum-2009
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>>844637
posting magnet for good measures:

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Great thread, does anyone have Hard to be a God?
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>>844929
Glad you enjoy it.

Here is a quite decent rip I found, language is German with english subs.

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>>838872
my understanding is that lem was interested in the difficulty of communicating with a truly alien species that has no basis for a common understanding, and felt the movie missed the point.

I don't blame Tarkovsky for making his movie human / character focused but I do think that Lem's idea is more interesting. I don't know if it would translate to a generally appealing movie.
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>>841838
They have several classics in HD and with english subtitles, I highly recommend checking it out!
https://www.youtube.com/user/mosfilm
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Arrival (2016)
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2543164/

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>>846435
Any idea for the quality on this?
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>>846718
No idea, but the movie itself is garbage.
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>>846718
>116 minutes
>1080p
>x264
>3 GB
Probably pretty bad.

>>846737
What an absolute plebeian. Please tell us what movie you'd have him watch.
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is there a torrent for : Fantastic-Planet
[French Movie] La Planète Sauvage (1973) ?

I have up trying to find the book because al versions are in french only as it is very old
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>>838952
Thanks for this! I highly recommend trying to book as well.
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>>847787
you can easily get yourself the subtitles
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>>838952
Thanks!!!!
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>>838578
>Event Horizon:
"More than decent"???!!? What retarded piece of shit. What a waste of space. No wonder someone asked for judge dredd. What are you? 16 and ignorant and stupid? you call this "good"?

Don't bother posting anything below Kubrick-level. I spent the movie laughing at the "horror" and cringe-ing at the "science". Fuck you.

Repeat with me: Kubrick, Hitchkock, Bergman, Ridley Scott, Kurosawa, etc etc

Fuck you. Retard.
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>>848036
keep your pretentious shit on /tv/
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>>848036
Yeah! Prometheus is way better than fucking "Event Horizon".
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>>848042
Who didn't love 'it turns out a mean android did it all along' the sequel?
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>>844929
>>845073
Which version tho?
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>>848042
I'm very much thankful that Scott has matured and grown out of the 80s "we fight monsters" shit (I mean, it was awesome then, but just repeating it again and again gives little moving room, the stupid sequels proved that) I liked Prometheus, but Covenant I liked much better. Moving on to the "why are there aliens in the first place", is much more fruitful I think. I'm hopeful for the next one.
>>848069
I loved it. Peter Weyland is a real bastard with him, so no wonder the android turn misanthropic
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>>848036
OP here.
I know you are actually just trolling, because nobody in his sane mind would go that much apeshit about a movie like Event Horizon, but I find it genuinely how you are namedropping fucking Bergman in a thread which is dedicated to science fiction. There is hardly a director who has less connections to that genre. But of course you had to mention him, otherwise we couldn't have known how sophisticated you are.

And btw: It's Hitchcock, not Hitchkock... but you probably knew that, since you seem to be a very sophisticated person.
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>>847787
Just checked, no torrent but you can find both film and eng subtitles very easily (go to opensubtitles.org).

btw if it's ur thing, check Gandahar (1988) :
http://horreurdvd.blogspot.com/2017/06/gandahar-1988-dvd-r-576p.html
Same author, definitely good sci-fi.
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>>848102
>I loved it. Peter Weyland is a real bastard with him, so no wonder the android turn misanthropic
I was being facetious, I thought it was a trite explanation. I can appreciate holding a grudge maybe. Hell drop what's her tits off on the engineer planet, fuck off and explore the galaxy. There's literally almost no new ground to cover with the origin of xenomorphs yet there's one or two more movies in production explaining how they got to lv-426. It's a level of explanation that was never required by the original franchise. But this franchise has been d.o.a. since alien 3.
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>>838360
Anyone have Blade Runner 2049?
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Psyfi
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Does anyone have a quality torrent of the Farscape series and its 'movie'

I've never been able to find something that was either garbage quality or had no seeds.
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>>846737
>>846743
Well, he's right you know. Movie is middling to poor however in this day of reduced expectations that the director didn't show his wang to the staff surprised most critics.
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>>848602
>that the director didn't show his wang to the staff surprised most critics

top fucking kek

To be fair, the movie has some very interesting premises, like the concept of learning a completely unknown language (usually you need some kind of reference or otherwise you would fail) and the depiction of the struggle and tension between the different nations of the earth... As far as I know, it is the first movie to take an approach into this direction - in other media humankind is either united under the leadership of the US or the aliens are so evil that mankind unites itself by default ("Indepedence Day", for example, has both). But as many nonfictional works like the documentary "The Visit" (not the f*king M. Night film) point out, the scenario shown in Arrival seems a lot more likely given the global political atmosphere today.

The problem of the movie is that it doesn't capitalizes on these ideas, but instead tries to be a romantic drama with concepts of time travel. And this turns out, as you said, middling to poor.
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>>838578
Love you for that one dude
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>>848121
Replies like these justify the existence of trolls. They were born to inspire epic mic drops.
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Does anyone has a magnet for Ikarie XB1?
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>>848736
top notch review, agree 100% completely with everything this anon just said.and this conclusion is spot on
>The problem of the movie is that it doesn't capitalizes on these ideas, but instead tries to be a romantic drama with concepts of time travel. And this turns out, as you said, middling to poor.
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>>848036
You deserve to die.
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>>848036
This spacing, this bile, poor soul.
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>>838360

Fantastic freaking movie. Deeply philosophical.

Hollywood remake turned it all into a mostly a love story. Bah, they would wouldn't they!

A bit slow, like all Tarkovsky, but who the hell cares when there is so much that is great here.
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>>849422
As I said, I know he is most likely trolling, but I find that shit to hilarious to let it slip... he can have the satisfaction of having me baited, as far as I'm concerned.

>>849554
Got you senpai.
(orginal czech version with subs)
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:f42f96f11e14b1b63ccca061d8acb73adad0404f&dn=Ikarie+XB+1+%28Science+Fiction+-+Czech+-+1963%29+multi+subs&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.leechers-paradise.org%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fzer0day.ch%3A1337&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fopen.demonii.com%3A1337&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Ftracker.coppersurfer.tk%3A6969&tr=udp%3A%2F%2Fexodus.desync.com%3A6969
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>>848036
fuck you right nigguh, downloading star wars now, epitome of s-f after all!

literally and unironically kys
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>>848736
The movie is like a game of shells.

It presents you with three overlapping aspects of the same story line: Culture / language, politics and character psychology.

Then it tries to mislead you in which one of them is the main one, while giving all three the same "screen time". Finally, it duds on delivery of the actual main aspect of the story line.

This leaves you:

> With unsatisfying conclusion of the aspect you thought was the main story.
> Realizing you just spent following a red herring aspect of the story which was resolved with the equivalent of *lol magic* and a short drama scene.
> Unsatisfying conclusion after the real / main aspect of the story is revealed.

Worth a watch. Won't make cinematic history.
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>>849554
>>849860
If you like styling of Ikarie XB1, have a look at Návštěvníci. Especially the first episode. It's an old Czechoslovak child sci-fi series with similar approach to sci-fi.

Couldn't find a torrent, but it's here, without subtitles.

https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/898320-navstevnici/283350950590001-zeme-roku-2-484
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deserves s bump.
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100% the wrong thread, I know,
but is there another thread (or place to go) for something like ST:DIS ?

Granted that its not an SF "movie" and probably doesn't fall within tier of SF specified by the OP.
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>>848391
Same request
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>>848430

this was good, inner space for a change, Paddy Chayefsky writer
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>>848391
>>855365
anyone?
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>>855518
just go to yify
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>>855519
there is no Blade Runner 2049 on yify
while the ones from tpb has pretty bad quality
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>>848036
Event Horizon is good movie. Way better than many others suggested in this thread
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>>844637
Liked this one, bit stupid to have actors speaking german tho
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Coherence 2013
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>>855558
Yeah, I have found a lot of posters on this thread are pretty pretentious. Hard to be a God...while the sets looked great, the rest of it was half-ass. Event Horizon is quite good and I watch it at least once a year.
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anybody interested?
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>>855969
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Not sure if the 'right' thread to request this, but I'm looking for a 2013 fillm named Absence:
https://youtu.be/ADApnOvmhGc
All the torrents I've found with that movie have 0 seeds.
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>>845073
Which is better? The '89 version or the '03 version?
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>>855895
>bit stupid to have actors speaking german tho
Might have something to do with the fact that it was a Swiss movie filmed with mostly Swiss and German actors.
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>>849860
This is appreciated, but is there nothing with better quality?
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>>857420
Nevermind, found it! HD 2016 restored version in MKV, including EN/FR/CZ subs.

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I don't know if this belongs here but i'am currently looking for all of the godzillas and gamera's and etc. there was a pack on PB and kickass but I can't get them I tried with one bite on a kickass proxy but there were no seeders or leechers it was a huge torrent 75 to 80 gigs so can anyone help me?
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>>838872
Solaris was first and foremost about the collapse of Russian society under the Soviets, but more specifically it was about what the Afghan invasion would do to the Russian soldiers, diplomats, consultants, teachers and engineers that went into Afghanistan 7 years later, and what they would bring back to Russia with them. What those soldiers experienced and did over there completely shattered every last iota of certainty they had. It didn't just foreshadowed those events, the complexity and scale of our world means cause and effect are sometimes interchangeable to the point of losing their meaning. I would go as far as to say that without knowing about this bit of little understood history or seeing pic related (relevant clip below) the film can not be fully comprehended.

https://my.mixtape.moe/cqqpqj.webm
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>>848391

> Ryan Smug Feminist Gosling

*puke*
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>>848042
>>848069
>>848102
>>848388

Alien is the same as Terminator: First 2-3 movies are great, the rest are just dumb action movies...

Prometheus looks awesome visually, but it has huge plot holes and makes no sense. The characters are all cliché, and the main theme is recycled with the addition of random jump scares like zombies. It's just not believable or worthy of pondering at all.
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I would recommend the following movies:

Primer (time travel)
2010 (sequel to 2001)
Interstellar (obviously)
The Lawnmover Man (from when VR was going to take over the world in the 90s)
Pi (the film from 1998. Interesting about a paranoid mathematician who invented a way to predict stocks)
War Games (perhaps the first, and the most realistic, hacker movie)
Gattaca (about a future where genetic manipulation of humans is the rule)
Ghost in the Shell (the original anime)
Terminator 2 (fuck you, it's good)


Many would say 12 Monkeys, but if we allow movies that are more strange than scientific I would add the 1984-version of 1984 (although it can be argued that, apart from how things look, it fails the "fiction" criterion of "science fiction" too, since much of it is now sadly reality).

I'll see if I can find good torrents for some of these, and post them.
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>>859040
Interstellar is not a very good movie.
The Prestige is about magicians and it's both more thought-provoking and sci-fi than Interstellar.
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>>859040
lol, lawnmower man has been a cult classic for terrible special effects plus being a pierce brosnan unit, I recommend it.
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>>858860
I feel like the book (by the polish Lem) would fit better with this interpretation than the movie desu.
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Blade Runner 2049, Tron Legac & Ex Machina would be my picks
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>>859160
Bullshit, Interstellar is one of the best, if not the best, sci-fi I have ever seen.

The physics are accurate, which makes it MUCH more interesting and believable to me. The soundtrack is haunting. The time stuff is thought provoking and sad. The robot is interesting, the black hole impressive, the wormhole educational... And the acting is without flaws. It's a sci-fi that really does the genre just, going so far as to be an accurate simulation of general relativity, but it also touches me deep in the feels. Just writing about it makes me hear the soundtrack again in my head. It's a truly great movie.
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>>859191

> Blade Runner 2049
How can you watch anything starring that smug twat and not feel like you're going to throw up all the time?
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>>859368
Physics don't matter when the rest of the movie is total garbage. It has many pacing problems, the characters are all super fucking shallow, the movie is filled with lackluster explanations and missed opportunities. "Muh feels" is a crappy defense because anything can make anything feel, Titanic gave a bunch of people muh feels but that doesn't make it a great movie.
>The time stuff is thought provoking and sad
Go watch fucking Gunbuster or all the other shit which did the same thing in the 80s, time relativity is not new, or creative, it has to have actual complex characters and themes behind it which were not in Interstellar, a movie extremely distanced from normal human interaction or feeling. The Prestige and Inception were better sci-fi movies with better written and layered human drama at the core.

Interstellar is one of the most overhyped piece of shit movies of all time, you can have 80,000 endorsements from scientists and autistic levels of physics accuracy and still be a dull, clumsily assembled, poorly written movie filled with uninteresting characters and bland dialogues.
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>>859370
Blade Runner 2049 isn't perfect but it's an actually worthy sequel that continues the story of the original while adding its own unique spin. Goslin gives a fine performance, the weakest performance is from Jared Leto.
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>>859380
The only thing I'll be able to think when I see Ryan Gosling is how he's a poster boy for feminism. Completely ruins the movie for me.
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>>859520
You just have to separate the actor from their character. It's rough but if you don't you can't enjoy anything anymore. Look at Robert DeNiro, just a massive screaming faggot tainting all his old great films with his histrionics.
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I highly recommend Rollerball, the original 70s one not the shitty remake with Ice-T or whatever. It's a movie about athletes in the future who play some kind of hockey/soccer in a donut on roller skates. It's the kind of movie that seems really silly and stupid, but I guarantee you, if you watch for 10 minutes you will be sucked in, and it's actually a complex humanistic story.
And look at this poster, it's fucking rad.
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>>859379
Well, if you're someone who actually studies the natural sciences (or who just has a high IQ) the run-of-the-mill time relativity stuff will annoy you because of obvious faults. Interstellar gets it right, using expert advice from GR guru Kip Thorne. It is also the first movie to simulate what a black hole actually looks like up close, which is fascinating in itself. This stuff is actually out there, it's not some braindead stuff made up by a random geek. That makes the movie all the more epic, not just because you can geek around about science stuff, but because it submerges you into real, exotic places where humans have yet to go, in a very humbling way.

I do not agree with your "pacing problems" comment AT ALL. It's called buildup, and there really isn't that much of it either, since things do happen all the time. You must have hated 2001 if you think Interstellar has a slow pace.

The musical score is also absolutely amazing. It fits in the ranks of great classical music. I would compare it to Glassworks by Philip Glass in how iconic, fascinating and memorable it is, but it is a lot more melancholic and emotionally laden.

And as for shallow characters... GTFO. You have a man turned crazy after years alone in outer space, you have a space exploring protagonist with huge emphasis on his relationship with his daughter and other family, you have supposed heroes who are eventually revealed to be well intended liars... There is a lot of character development and complexity here.

I think you're hating on the movie just BECAUSE it was hyped in some way for you, and you dislike mainstream. I dislike mainstream too, in general, but I saw the movie by chance having never heard of it before, and I really count it among the greats.
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>>859523
All you said was "it has accurate science and if you think the characters aren't complex GTFO" yeah good job, you said nothing new or substantial. The fucking doctor from the shitty ass Lost in Space movie went insane from being alone in space too, Dr. Mann in Interstellar was a terribly written, flat character, whose characterization was 90% from other shitheads talking about him, and due to the pacing problems he was talked about for something like 15 minutes and in the movie for 5. Half the crew of scientists were basically just there. Even the main character's personality was just "he loves his daughter." It was not complex at all and you have totally failed to explain how it is (it isn't).
Again, Interstellar may be a scientific achievement, but guess what, scientific accuracy does not make a movie alone. Interstellar was a very dull film, all flash, little substance. All you have told me is that it appealed to you because you think you're very smart, but you can't actually explain what makes the movie good besides accurate science. The script was tame and the directing was less impressive overall than Nolan's other films.
2001 and Solaris aren't perfectly scientifically accurate either, but no one fucking cares because watching movies entails suspension of disbelief and those movies are good movies. In 2001 the feeling of being alone in space and slowly going mad from it was actually conveyed, in the movie, through direction. Dr. Mann went mad off camera so for all five minutes of his screentime he was just an ineffectual shithead, what complexity are you fucking talking about, you pretentious clown?
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>if we're posting shit we no longer have working links for, some of you fags will probably dig this

Gandahar, AKA Light Years in the US

shit blew my 10-year old mind. Watched it recently & it was still pretty damn decent.
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>>859040
All great, except for Interstellar
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>>859567
*hipster detected*
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>>859040
The Lawnmower Man, ~50 GB (full BluRay rip).

Yes, this torrent will download slowly, and it has few seeds. You know what the cure for that is? Have patience, and seed it to a high ratio when you've got it.

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>>848584
Define quality...

The bluray release was an upscale conversion from a PAL master recording.

I have all of the series and movie ripped from DVD (starburst editions), IVTC'd back to 24P, with the original audio. I think it all totals around 80gigs.
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>>859686
Man thats a big file for a movie I've heard nothing good about...
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>>859707
What I think is more ironic is the fact bluray didn't exist when it was released. I mean maybe its an actual rescan from the negatives, but I'd almost wager it is an upscaled DVD release.
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>>859709
If it's a proper rescan it could actually be pretty good. I recently watched Cliffhanger in 4k (a rip coming in around 23gb) and was surprised how good it looked considering the concept of 4k didn't even remotely exist when it was filmed.
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>>859707
Never heard of "The Lawnmower Man"? really?
What a fucking timeline to be in. The CGI sections were made by Angel Studios which became Rockstar San Diego, which is a fun fact.
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>>859683
Hipsters love Interstellar, wtf are you talking about?
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>>859718
They said they've never heard anything good, not that they haven't heard of it.
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>>859748
Depends on the type of hipster:

The iPhone crowd? Sure, I bet.

The vinyl crowd that strives to find obscure movies they don't understand? Not likely.
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>>859776
Have you ever thought that people might dislike Interstellar because it's just not that good?
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>>859040
Primer, ~9 GB (1080p WebDL).

Audio: English, Russian (overdub), English writer's commentary, English cast commentary
Subtitles: English, Russian

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>>859040

I would add:

The Abyss (1989) (about things going wrong while deep in the sea)
Inception (2010) (about connecting to others in a dream state)
Robocop (1987) (classic Murican 80s "cyborg kills bad guys")

Also, this list is a nice inspiration, especially for some older and relatively unknown movies:

https://www.timeout.com/london/film/the-100-best-sci-fi-movies
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>>846737
>>848602

>>859160
>>859379
>>859380
>>859527
>>859567
>>859748
>>859777


STOP SAMEFAGGING, you retarded piece of wizard-humping SJW shit.
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>>859790
The superior intellect of people who think Interstellar is a good movie.
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It looks like you guys miss the movie "Brainstorm" (1983, Christopher Walken,
Natalie Wood). It must be amazing in 1080p, "if" you get the drift...
:-)
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>>847787
>>847965
>>848192

Fantastic Planet, ~19 GB (1080p BluRay remux).

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If you like it as much as you seem to do, consider actually buying it. This seems like more of a narrow market and obscure film than Alien or whatever, so Criterion could use a few sheckels of encouragement for actually salvaging this 45 year old movie and turning it into a rich featured 2K BluRay for you.

https://www.criterion.com/films/28636-fantastic-planet




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>>859837
> It must be amazing in 1080p, "if" you get the drift...

So Natalie will give me wood?
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She died two years before the cinema release - but back in the day...
:-)
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>>859794
>>859790
>>859777
>>859748
>>859567
>>859527
>>859380
>>859379
>>859160
>>848602
>>846737

In honour of Interstellar-bashing, Gosling-loving wizard-guy:

Interstellar, ~73 GB (2160p full BluRay remux).

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>>859040

2010 - The Year We Make Contact, ~22 GB (1080p BluRay remux).

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>>859040

Pi, ~23 GB (1080p full BluRay rip).

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>>859522

Rollerball, ~18 GB (1080p from BluRay).

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>>848192
>>859564

Gandahar, ~6,3 GB (full DVD rip).

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>>859040

WarGames, ~1,5 GB (960x544, HDTV rip).

Small file, but it was the highest quality I could find in a working torrent. Looks good, except for the TV channel watermark in the top right corner.

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I recently saw this movie again, to determine if 35 years would change how good I think it is. The DVD cover would have you thinking it's 80s cheeze. But I've just got to say, it's a really good movie.

Looking at this as someone with a background in real computer security and hacking, I think it shows real hacking approaches such as port scanning ("war dialing" back then), social engineering and password guessing 100% accurately. I don't know of any hacker movie which is more realistic than this, even today.

The way the computer is trained is also very similar to modern machine learning, which is a hot buzzword today (used for example by Google to figure out which images contain what on the CAPTCHAs you have to fill out on 4chan...).

Also, it's a touching story about the very real threat of global thermonuclear war. Known during the cold war as M.A.D. (mutually assured destruction) or "the terror balance", and still relevant today. The movie actually had me crying at the end, so it's not a silly children's movie.

Wizard-guy might be disappointed that it has no wizards in it, but for everyone else I highly recommend it.
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>>860122
This movie has a little knows 2008 sequel. It's shit.
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>>859040

1984 (a.k.a. Nineteen Eighty-Four), ~12,5 GB (1080p BluRay remux).

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A lot of this nightmare scenario from 1949 is now, sadly, reality. For instance, loads of people today are thrown in jail for "sex crime" (although there are regulations for which consensual sex is punished and which is accepted), and you may actually be convicted of "thought crime" if you read erotic novels or write fantasies involving children. Concepts such of these were once considered ridiculous and far fetched, so it's sad to see how accurately 1984 predicted the future.

In any case, to understand terms such as these, as well as "newspeak", "wrongthink", "war is peace", "2 + 2 = 5" and so on, you should definitely see this movie. It is not the most action packed, but it is true to the book (even filmed in the year 1984), and it will have you thinking about it and referring to it a lot afterwards. It's also done so well that no other film adaptation has been able to compete with it.
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>>843604
>>844728

Anybody has 2010 in decent quality? I know is not in the same level as 2001, but it's been years since the last time I saw it
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>>859858
>>860260
My mistake, didn't notice it was already posted. Thanks mate!
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>>859040
>>859788

I forgot to mention this movie the first time around, but:

Sunshine, ~53 GB (full BluRay rip).

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There's a scene where the Asian guy exaggerates his acting so bad that it's cringe worthy ("I'm SOOO SORRY I FUCKED UP!"). And knowing a little bit about the scale of these things (not to mention the low density of the sun) I also highly doubt that you could ever "re-ignite" it using a bunch of our relatively puny nukes. I also keep wondering where the flames come from in space, since flames as we know them are burning gas. And boy would that guy need to eat and regenerate a lot to shed so much skin...

But apart from those things I'd say this is a very good and overall fascinating sci-fi.

It really changed the way I look at the sun. I mean: We all know it's a powerful fusion reactor, but seeing and imagining what it would be like to actually get close to it was an eye-opener. Astronomy keeps being a humbling and scary experience.
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>>859040
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>>859784
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>>860278

PS:
Since we're all acting cool and many of you probably don't know:

A "remux" (short for "re-multiplexing") is when you combine a movie that is split into different files (such as an audio stream and a separate video stream, or maybe a separate cue file that divides a video into chapters) into one single file. The idea is to not touch the actual encoding of the video and audio, but just package it differently, so it maintains the original quality but is stuffed into a convenient single file (usually .mkv). Some people take out files that have extras in them, remove alternate audio and so on, but ideally a remux should be just the untouched video and audio as it was on the BluRay/DVD, packaged in a single file.

When I write "full BluRay rip" or "full DVD rip" as I do here, I mean it hasn't been repackaged like that. So it's just a copy of the files on the BluRay/DVD, and it can be played with a program that plays such discs. A DVD would contain "VIDEO_TS.IFO" and a bunch of ".VOB" files, whereas a BluRay would contain a "STREAM" directory and ".ts" files.

Both Media Player Classic and VLC should be able to play both .mkv remuxes and the rips which have not been repackaged and are still in BluRay/DVD format.

To get smaller torrents people have to run the video and audio through a converter, which means losing quality. You will often see "x264" or "x265" in the filename (x265 is equal to HEVC - High Efficiency Video Codec). This is the name of the video format it has been converted to. DivX and Matroska/mkv are just container formats, so they can contain different video formats like that.

>>860262

You're welcome! :)
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Some recommendations:
The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961)
The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951)
Forbidden Planet (1956)
Enemy Mine (1985)
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>>860281
Are you... are you a wizard?
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>>838981
Directed by Bowie's son, great movie
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>>844637
Awesome movie.
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>>849832
Deeply pretentious.
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>>859040

Gattaca, ~35 GB (1080p full BluRay rip).

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This is another one of those sci-fi's that are just as relevant and plausible decades later. I won't reveal too much, but the people in this movie are living in a society where tailor made genes are the rule, and "natural conception" is the exception.

If A.I. doesn't make us irrelevant first, these are the kinds of dilemmas we will have to deal with sooner or later. We are just delaying it...

It's a really well done movie, not distracted by bad acting, plot holes, implausible things happening, or anything like that. It is over 20 years old now (1997), but it looks like it was made last week. This might be the most iconic sci-fi ever made about genetic tailoring.

P.S. The cover photo I found was for a special edition. I have no idea if the rip is of a special edition BluRay or not.
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>>859379
i somehow agree to most of what u said like in prestige and inception, give me some sci-fi recs
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>>838578
>>844128
>>844569
>>846737
>>848036
>>848039

I think maybe we should divide this thread into geeks that want to see movies about wizards, kids who think "Transformers: Age of Extinction" was the best sci-fi ever, and people who can actually appreciate movies such as Solaris or 2001.
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>>846435
>>846718
>>846743

Higher quality rip:

Arrival, ~30,4 GB.

Looks like a full BluRay rip, but the torrent name is "remux". I'm guessing the guy who made the torrent just doesn't know what "remux" means.

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>>860516
I like 2001 and I like Event Horizon. It's possible to appreciate movies on different levels. Your comment has, however, proven you are in fact a pretentious dickhead.
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>>860532

I didn't comment on Event Horizon. I haven't even seen the movie. Read again. Dickhead.
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>>846435
>>846718
>>846737
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>>860520

I just saw this. Never heard of the movie before. WOW.

This is one of the greatest movies I have ever seen, sci-fi or otherwise. It has you completely submerged, thinking, touched... I was crying for large parts of the movie. The musical score is excellent, everything is realistic, the acting never has you thinking this is just a movie, the concepts and aliens are... Fascinating. Plus it's a great movie to watch on a date.

The main character is a woman, but it's not braindead feminism here. Instead it's interesting to see a female character who actually does what women are good at.

If you felt Independence Day missed part of its potential, and would like to see a similar setup with less Murican President of da WORLD, Will Smith kicking butt and braindead blowing things up, this might be it. The more realistic, thought through and wide scope take on things makes this a totally different movie. You'll be deeply engaged and moved rather than go "YEEEHA!!!".

It has no wizards and no transformers, so those hoping for that will be disappointed. This is an intelligent and artistic masterpiece.

I am so thankful to whoever mentioned this movie, and I'm amazed at a decade pumping out both this and Interstellar. Wow.

I'll be buying this. I just wish I could do it without supporting the assholes who try to sabotage torrents and file sharing, and would punish the guy who shared it. If it weren't for torrents and file sharing I quite possibly would have never seen this movie.
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>>859853
Interstellar really isn't that good of a movie. Its got a lot of good stuff in it, don't get me wrong, but overall there's a ton of plot holes, nonsense, and emotional stupidity. I mean it ends with a old man ghost talking to his daughter in a house of mirrors and transcribing what must be a lot of fucking data via binary through a watch. Also has whats her face overacting about how love is the strongest force in the universe. Its unfortunate because there are a lot of interesting ideas and visuals in it. Its definitely better than Gravity but still not great.
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>>860540
you did however defend a comment shitting all over Event Horizon. And as far as your plan to divide this thread goes: that's already happened, it's called /tv/. This is /t/, no need to throw in your pretentious shit about which movies are tolerated and which ones aren't, I just want to download some shit and they probably want to provide others with a torrent without getting shit on for liking some movie you don't.
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>>860501
Rollerball
see here >>859987
Less space-consuming torrents are easily found on all your favorite torrenting sites.
Good movie. Don't expect a lot of hard science although it has a very dated but interesting conception of liquid quantum computing. What actually matters though is that despite seeming ridiculous it's very well put together, has some genuinely exhilarating sport sequences, and effective human drama tying it together.
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>>860572

I agree about the ending exaggerating the importance of humans and love, and the bitrate limitations through a watch occurred to me too. However, if he knows the basics of the ASCII table by heart (I know I do), he doesn't need more than 7 times the number of characters, so it all depends on what exactly he is transmitting.

Not to mention:

2001 and 2010 also exaggerates the importance of humans and love in exactly the same way, and you don't hear anyone bashing those movies here! (For good reason: All three are great.)

It's also unlikely that they wouldn't have trained a pilot in advance for such a big project in Interstellar. But this is kind of explained at the end, which is a huge spoiler, so I won't say why.


As for plot holes: Bring it on wizard-boy! Name one.
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>>860581
>everyone who doesn't think Interstellar is some masterpiece is one guy, who you feel the need to denigrate for no reason
really convincing me of your intelligence here, champ
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>>859160
>>860582
Tell me you didn't like Prestige then, because of the magicians making it less thought-provoking and less sci-fi.
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>>860586
Are you genuinely autistic?
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>>860589
Nice try, wizard boy...


>>859790

Now stop spamming the thread. We know you dislike Interstellar and you would rather watch Prestige and geeky fantasy shit. Ok.
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>>857753
They're all on NZB Geek if you wanna go the Usenet root
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>>860572
>>860581
>the bitrate limitations through a watch occurred to me too
>transcribing what must be a lot of fucking data via binary through a watch

While I'm sure the producers never considered it, as long as you have some way of sequencing, which you must to know the beginning and end of the data stream. You could start with a raw ASCII broadcast signaling an English message like "lzma" and then send the compressed equation data (potentially magnitudes smaller than the source). Repeating forever.

You could then construct a video camera interface that translates serial watch input to binary output. And the watch arm could in theory move as fast as the camera can capture frames since the mother fucker controls time and space.
The fact that they show her doing it all by hand is a bit impractical for anything other than a short human message, telling you how to handle the upcoming data stream.
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>>860722
Wait even better, he could have just magnetized a hard disk platter perfectly and told her "the box in my room" or some shit.
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>>848042
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>>848388

Alright, I just saw half of Alien Covenant (not sure I'll bother seeing the rest), and I'll tell you why it's not worth your time like the original Alien (1979) was:

Starts with a highly pretentious scene with an android and his maker. Supposed to be deep, but feels stiff, and degenerates into religious nonsense (creationism).

Then we're on a spaceship, disaster strikes, and we meet the crew, who start off being emo and sobbing and talking about faith in God from the start. I look at the time to see how much is left of the movie. 20 minutes in, 1:40 left...

The producers clearly made an effort to find a substitute for Ripley/Sigourney Weaver who nobody could accuse of being sexy (#MeToo). The new one is ugly and annoying.

In general the movie suffers a bad case of feminism: At least half the soldiers and technical crew are female, and although the movie tries hard to portray them all as strong and badass, it quickly becomes clear how completely useless they would be for those positions:

They pick up a human voice in outer space, and decide to follow it like this was no big deal. Landing on a planet which looks exactly like earth, forest and all, nobody initially seems to think this is the least bit strange. They decide to walk straight out on the planet without any spacesuit or oxygen, like they were completely retarded, and of course they get infected with something.

Dumb, annoying bitch #1 - incapable of carrying the infected guy of course - shouts for the wounded guy to "hurry up" and "run faster" because she is scared and wants to go to the ship. Dumb, annoying bitch #2 freaks out, locks them in a room together, opens the door again when a tiny alien starts running around, slips, shoots the ceiling, gets trapped in the door as it closes, runs around and screams in panic for the men outside to help her (they are busy actually CARRYING an infected person), shoots at gas tanks and accidentally blows up the ship.
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>>860795
(continued)


The outside crew finds the same ship as in Prometheus, and look at the holograms like in that movie. Then they're all attacked by an albino mini-alien who knows kung-fu now appearently, until a guy in a cloak rescues them and takes them to a castle which looks like it's from Lord of the Rings. He explains that aliens are yet another kind of virus now...

I'm sorry Ridley Scott, but this is just a dumb action movie (with pretty visuals).

Ok, I hit play again... Now it's the spaceship crew - a bunch of feminist women and wuzzy SJW men obeying them - talking about how they want to fly into the middle of the storm, because fuck numbers. This is retarded.

tl;dr:

The original Alien is an amazing classic, but Ridley Scott is trying too hard to copy it. The only additions to the story now are retarded and feminist.
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>>860501
>>859379
>>859522
>>859987

>>860578

If I'd known this was a suggestion/request by wizard-boy I wouldn't have provided a magnet. He seems to prefer 300 MB rips anyway.
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>>860796
I ended up seeing the rest of Alien Covenant, so I'll give you guys a full review in case anyone's curious:

It gets marginally more interesting in the second half, because they try to introduce some new subjects (although they're mostly ripped off from other sci-fi flicks) and sex (although in an awkward and nervous #MeToo-compliant kind of way).

The cloak-wearing android and the android that just landed are the same model, and call eachother brothers (like in the Star Trek TNG episode "Brothers"). Turns out one is bad and the other is good (like in the Star Trek TNG episode "Brothers"), and they have a Data and Lore -type chat together. To be honest it lifts the movie quite a lot to have some scenes without those annoying SJW Millenials...

We find out bad android loves the aliens, and even though he cuts his hair with a viking-era pair of scissors he is appearently able to perform advanced genetical engineering and breeding experiments on them. He also says humans suck, in between praising the work of human poets and artists.

There's an attempt to bring in some horror drawings and models (like H. R. Giger's in the original Alien, or indeed like the Borg who Lore led in Star Trek). The visuals generally look great, I'll give them that, although the gathering of Engineer-type people in a doesn't-make-much-sense flashback are clearly just a bunch of extras with white makeup in the area of their face.

Bad android kills good android, but good android resurrects like in both Terminator 2 and the first Terminator movie. And then _they_ both do kung-fu too, Matrix-style.
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>>860887
Everybody generally sucks at killing aliens, and they eventually end up flying away (what happened to the dangerous storm?) with an alien on the outside of their space ship. Rather than bring it into space and shake it off with rocket boosters the new "Ripley" climbs outside and has a totally cartoonish fight with it on the top of the ship, as they fly in the atmosphere. Kind of like that Murican cyborg hero guy in Terminator Salvation, who jumps down on a Skynet prisoner ship. And yeah: This ship has a gigantic claw on top too, like that ship in Terminator Salvation (copying bad sci-fi now).

Up in space the new "Ripley" shows that she actually has nice breasts (through pokies, because "free the nipple" and going without a bra is feministically correct and thus accepted).

Also, a couple of Millenials try desperately and awkwardly to lose their virginity in the shower. But they are interrupted by an alien killing them, because another guy did the cunnilingus-thing with one of those scorpion aliens that live in cocoons.

By the way, they still exist? So aliens are now both a parasite worm (like in Prometheus), a scorpion thing, and a "virus"? (Well, they call it a "virus" here, but it behaves nothing like a virus, and it's shown as the spores of a mushroom people step on.)

By the way: Aliens grow spikes on their way out of the human body here, like in The Thing.
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>>860888

Anyway, moving along:

They direct the alien they have on board to the cargo bay (as in a million other flicks, including other Alien-movies) so they can open the cargo doors and have space magically "suck it out" (directors and script writes obviously still don't understand how a vacuum works). Now the solution IS to get the alien on the outside of the ship, apparently.

Weight is clearly not a concern in this era of space travel, so they have huge fucking bulldozer-things chained to the cargo bay, and they throw them into space like it's no big deal (or, more precisely, the "magical space suck" throws them into space). One of them hits the clumsy alien, and yet again a screaming alien is hurled into space. Luckily this "magic space suction" doesn't seem to affect the new "Ripley", and she and her buddy have no problem breathing in the vacuum of space. The vacuum of space is like gentle snow to them apparently.

Then "Ripley" cries and shows a female side, which is a nice enough touch.

They all go back into cryosleep and (SPOILER-ALERT) it turns out it's the BAD android they have on board… Surprise surprise. He kills the crew and implants the frozen colonists with aliens (won't the aliens kill all the humans and die of hunger really fast?).

So yeah, that's it...

Awesome visuals! And high ambitions.

But hampered by a dumb script, SJW actors and desperately trying to be the original Alien movie and/or a great sci-fi (the opening scene looks visually like the ending in 2001).

RIdley Scott really tried to hold on to his masterpiece, so it's too bad.

Well, at least he killed off all the annoying SJWs in the end...
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>>848042
>>848069
>>848102
>>859033
>>848388
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>>860891

For those wanting to make up their own mind:

The Alien Collection:
Alien (1979), ~17 GB (1920x816)
Aliens (1986), ~20 GB (1920x1036)
Alien 3 (1992), ~17 GB (1920x810)
Alien Resurrection (1997), ~16 GB (1920x820)
Prometheus (2012), ~19 GB (1920x800)
Alien Covenant (2017), ~19 GB (1920x800)

All are BluRay rips converted (?) to x264 (Matroska container format). They look great.

Total file size ~108 GB.

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It's an impressive life's work for director Ridley Scott. Especially the first one is legendary, but they all have interesting parts.


Also, to be fair, regarding >>860891:

They do have space suits on in the vacuum (I just checked), my bad. And the bulldozers could conceivably have slid out due to gravity.
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What you think about this movie?
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>>860795
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>>860796

> In general the movie suffers a bad case of feminism

I just thought of something related to this:

It's not just that the women in that movie are put in positions they couldn't and can't handle (such as being unable to carry a wounded man on a mission). There are at least two more reasons why turning the Alien franchise into a "female empowerment" movie to appease Anita Sarkeesian and her likes is dumb:

1. Alien is a sci-fi with spacecraft, scary aliens and robots. Whether you like it or not the prime target audience for that is BOYS. I can't even get my girlfriend to watch it, and she's a fucking engineer. Boys like to watch sexy and cute girls. There's no reason to turn this into a movie to strengthen the self image of all the ugly girls or whatever, because those girls are watching Twilight, Titanic and various romantic comedies instead. Trying to make Alien appealing to more girls is like putting porn babes with hardcore explicit fuck scenes in romantic comedies. You end up with no target audience at all. The feminists might not like it, but men and women look for different things in movies, and they want to watch different movies.

2. Even girls prefer to look at pretty girls. They don't want to dream about being the ugly, aging, weak girl on a space ship. They want to do the absolute best they can be, with makeup, clothes and plastic surgery if needed, to look hot. They follow pretty babes on Instagram, admire Victoria's Secret models and read fashion magazines. Sigourney Weaver was female, but she was also authentic and sexy. That's a way more appealing role model to girls than an awkward shy girl with a potato nose is.

If Alien Covenant gets it right for anyone, it's a very slim and specific demography at best.
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>>861161
Idea- Cut hole in glove to move in outer space
Book- That's a stupid idea, better think of something else
Movie- What a great idea!
That's all you need to know about the movie
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>>860545
Same director did the new Bladerunner 2049, and will do the next Dune.
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>>861190

Dear God, don't let him cast Ryan Gosling in place of Sting...
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>>838578
Does anyone have the extended fan cut?
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I guess people have different tastes. I've tried Event Horizon twice with a ~15 year interval. It was shit back then, and it's shit now. For me at least. People see something great in it, I just can't focus attention on that D-grade boring crap.

As for Hard to be a God
>>845073
- it's not your usual sunday night at the movies, it's a piece of art that's not easily accesible. You fall into an alien world with no roadmap and no idea of wtf. You have to work through Alexei German's kino on your own. The camera seems to be just there recording a crazy society. It's so deeply immersive like a Skyrim made by Black Isle, but you're just an NPC having a bad trip and only able to see glimpses of main plot.

Guy was Tarkovsky's level talent, but chose a weirder road.
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>>861244
I did. It's not bad, but also not too interesting. Animation style is good. Feel free to skip.

I'm hoping this one will be better.
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>>861417
Stoya? The ideological feminist "submissive" porn star, who was the girlfriend of suck-up feminist "dominant" porn star James Deen until she decided to accuse him of rape in various newspapers?

Who is so attracted to her that she got this role, and why hasn't she accused that person of #MeToo yet? Is the producer some cuck who just dreams of getting laid in the future by being a good boy? There are plenty of porn stars who could probably act, without throwing a Weinstein lynching at you afterwards. Stoya's specialty is to be a stuck up bitch, for those who think that's "empowering to women".

This makes me suspect she was chosen for political ideological reasons by whiteknighting producers, and that's a bad sign for the movie.
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>>861494

> "submissive" Stoya
> "dominant" James Deen

Accurate. Pic related. That's topping from the bottom if I ever saw it. And the feminist posterboy Deen illustrates how such a stance doesn't really make you dominant.

For anyone interested in the back story, here's part of the lynching campaign that made Stoya famous:

http://time.com/4138647/laurie-penny-stoya-james-deen/

And here you get a glimpse into how she and her fanclub views her:

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2851882/bio

*psycho shower scene music*


>>861417

I'm guessing this movie is supposed to be a feminist statement about men objectifying men or whatever? Curious about what you can say about it if you see it.
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Just came back after a few years to lurk.

dont have a torrent which kinda makes this post stupid and useless but Silent Running is a good obscure SciFi and pretty decent considering the time it was made.
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>>844637
This movie is low-tier. Just watched it. Shouldn't be here, seriously.
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>>861516
I wrote that I guess it's a feminist project about "men objectifying men". I meant "men objectifying women" of course. Feminists wouldn't care about men :P.
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>>859368
> Interstellar ... The physics are accurate
Apart from the bit where the protagonist falls into a black hole and winds up hiding behind his daughter's bookcase, obviously.

There's also the problem that he jumps in a tiny shuttle at the end to make a trip through a wormhole then down to a planet that it obviously doesn't have fuel for, to hook up with a woman who's probably been dead for decades. So romantic. So stoopid.
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>>861670

Silent Running, ~14 GB (1080p BluRay rip).

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Personal opinion:

I've only seen bits and pieces of this, so I'm not really qualified to give a full review. But what I can tell you is that it does show its age, although the story is interesting enough. Basically it's about a guy on a spaceship who is desperately trying to preserve the last earthly and natural garden in existence.

The fake blood is obviously fake compared to what we are used to now, and the view of plastic as an evil that would be used for everything is typical of the 70s. Also, the protagonist has some emotional flower-power speeches for his plastic-is-fantastic companions. These are speeches which today seem almost naive in their determined passion about who's good and who's doing bad stuff, and they really show the era the movie was made in more than anything else.

However, this may be considered a groundbreaking movie in that it seriously deals with the loss of species and our natural habitat in a sci-fi. I also heard the robots in Silent Running were the inspiration for R2-D2 and C-3PO in Star Wars, so Silent Running obviously made an impact.

Since I haven't fully seen it yet, I can't say whether it touched me, made me think or anything like that, but the issue of most people completely disregarding the value of nature when they make choices that seem closer to them certainly applies to a modern world as well.

I'm not going to watch it the first time around with my young girlfriend, because she would complain that it "looks old and boring" (she won't even watch Star Wars with me...).

But I personally look forward to seeing all of this movie. I can easily imagine it making a lasting impact. Or being iconic.
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>>861702

SPOILER ALERT

I agree about the ending being a little new age and silly, appealing to our desire for religious-type salvation, humans being the most important part of the galaxy, "love being the strongest force in the universe" and all that.

However: This is not a question of physics being accurate or inaccurate. If you accept the movie's idea that future humans actually built this black hole by bending space, lots of things might be possible.

I agree that he should be torn apart by tidal forces, pierced by the floating debris and so on if he actually just fell into a black hole. But the whole idea of the movie is that this black hole is a sort of device built by future humans. There's got to be some sort of controlling it, or ending up behind the bookshelf of all places would be ridiculously unlikely. So it might have controlled his descent. Kind of like when the protagonist is saved by sea creatures in The Abyss.

As for the little shuttle, are you talking about landing on the water planet? I think they made a calculation that they could make it to that planet when it comes to fuel.

When it comes to scientific accuracy, I actually have something else in mind:

How, if the signal from the water planet had just been transmitting for an hour or two, did they pick it up?

I mean: Sure, time might pass more slowly on the planet than it did for them, so it was "still transmitting". But the energy emitted in a short period of time is still limited, and would have to be spread out over a long time, making the signal extremely weak. The frequency would also be all weird and hard to register due to time dilation.

(to be continued)
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>>861744
(continuation)

I also wonder about the need to leave the guy behind at the end. They talk about propulsion using Newton's third law (every force has an equal and opposite counter force, so you push something away to gain momentum yourself). But I don't recall them giving him much of a push when they let him go, and certainly nothing that would accelerate the rest of the spacecraft substantially.

So was this just about reducing the mass? They use F=ma then, Newton's second law. Couldn't they have dismounted and ejected other stuff? Did he need to be in the shuttle while it pushed, and was it impossible to get inside the main vessel afterwards (there's no air resistence while moving through space, so he could concievably spacewalk)?

Having said all that, there may be reasons for this being realistic that I just haven't thought about.

And the very fact that we are discussing the physics at such a detailed level already sets Interstellar apart from the vast, vast majority of sci-fi's out there. Star Trek gets away with way more, and I love Star Trek.

Also, looking at the visuals for it, to find a picture to post... The movie looks amazing. It just feels grand, and real.

Every Murican movie has a retarded point about love being a "powerful force", or "God", or "good vs evil", or "monsters", or whatever. That's just how Muritards think.

Forget the stupid catchphrase, and enjoy the 2001-tier musical score, visuals and feeling of genuine space exploration. It's an amazing movie then.

PS:

Those bookshelves in the black hole: They're supposed to be him moving through time in the same way you would move through a fourth spatial dimension. That's why they call it a "tesseract": A tesseract is a 4-dimensional cube, in the same way that a cube is a 3-dimensional square.
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>>861698
Since the movie is written and directed by a Serb and all production is Serbian, there most likely won't be any feminist agenda. I expect a lesser Ex-Machina, human vs tech, stuff like that.
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Can't find Transcendence on thepiratebay. It wasn't that good, but it wasn't that bad either.
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Ghost in the Shell (1995), anime by Mamoru Oshii
"A cyborg policewoman and her partner hunt a mysterious and powerful hacker called the Puppet Master."

2160p HEVC BDRemux
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1080p AVC BDRemux, russian, english and japanese audio, english subtitles may have been removed
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>>848039
/tv/ doesn’t even watch films like that
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>>859368
Interstellar is shit
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so basically no blade runner 2049 torrents???
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>>862981
are you fucking retarded? it's been plastered all over every other torrent site since the initial request
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>>863009
be a nice alpha male then and give me link
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>>863012
Go masturbate to feminist "men" pretending to be badass somewhere else.

>>862980
Fuck off, wizard boy.

>>862335
Thanks! That's it, I need to buy a new hard drive :P
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>>844637
this move is filled to the brim with cliches, I don't want to list them because most of them are spoilers but I recommend nobody spend the time watching this movie expecting it to be any good
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There's been a lot of opinions about Event Horizon here, so I decided to watch it.

Some thoughts while I saw it (spoilers):

> (first scene) Ok, these guys think there's sound in space...

> Oh, just a dream. That explains it.

> No, they do think there's sound in space...

> Nice tit.

> This looks more like a ghost movie than a sci-fi.

> Laurence Fishbourne with an Africa neclace being as assertive as he can... I think that guy has a huge inferiority complex for being a negro. Explains why he disowned his daughter after she did porn...

> That ship looks like something from Red Dwarf.

> Isn't that the guy from Jurassic Park?

> That guy looks like Eddie Murphy.

> How do they still have air in the small shuttle if air visibly gushed out of its hull for hours?

> How can they run out of oxygen on the big ship so fast? How does the oxygen even spread across the ship? Ship is huge!

> People fucking in the background of the gore flashback... It took me a while to realize the Murican porn-thing is just a counter reaction and outlet in a society founded by puritan religious loonies. They make porn and have strippers, but it's just a business. These people still go to church. They believe in "sin", and they all think sex is sin. If I hadn't realized all this already, I would be wondering wtf when I saw that flashback. But this is Murica, so I guess the doggystyle behind the knife slashing and eye gauging makes sense now...

> Disregarding the mission, leaving behind oxygen tanks... These guys are VERY unprofessional.

> Ok, these guys think "another dimension" means "another place in the usual three dimensions".

> Eddie Murphy-guy being Eddie Murphy-ish while hurling away from the ship in space... I wonder if he and the original Murphy are from the same tribe originally?
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> Why is Murphy-guy cheering and celebrating already? It would take a miracle for him to hit the ship on the way back. He looks right on track to burn up in the atmosphere of Neptune.

> These guys would be so dead if this were real... I wonder if the vacuum exposure was anything close to realistic. Wouldn't his blood boil?

> That's not how explosive decompression would look, is it? They wouldn't be able to breathe. Also, do they never run out of air?

> So is this black hole device supposed to be walked into, or does it swallow everything around it? Wouldn't it crush the ship if it sucked it in?

> Why would you create a big explosion like that just to separate the ship? You'd damage the remaining parts. Just, why?

> 72 days to reach Neptune? That sounds wrong...* And if they can go there that fast, why do they need hibernation pods?

> Why, oh why, are all the women here wearing huge granny panties? I mean, they show tits a lot. Why not sexy panties?

> 90s modern music actually shows its age.

All in all I'd say this is more of a horror flick than a sci-fi. As you can probably tell, I never managed to get into it in a sci-fi kind of way, but the gore looks great.

I'm glad they got it past censorship, because I imagine some of it might be scary (in the same way as Saw or Hostel) if I still got scared by movies. Then again, Murican censors were always more scared of sex than violence... Maybe that explains the granny panties.

This is a movie I can easily imagine being the awesomest thing ever if you watched is as a teen in 90s. Kind of like Independence Day in that regard.

I would not count it as a great sci-fi, but it's a decent horror movie for sure.


My first motivation for watching it was never answered though: "can contain traces of spooks"? What do you mean by that >>838578
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>>863128

* Had to check this one out:

It takes us 6-12 months just to reach our neighbour Mars, even if we time it right with the planet orbits so we're close. It's been that way since 1964.

So for 54 years we've had the same travel time to Mars: Half a year.

These guys reach Neptune in 72 days, 30 years from now?

The distance to Neptune is 80 TIMES that of the distance to Mars, so with that speed they could get to Mars in under 24 hours(!).

Traveling at about 700 km pr. second then, or about 2,5 million km/h. That's... Impressive. Actually it's 0,23% of light speed, which is A LOT.

Still, I guess it's not the most unrealistic part of the movie after all. Just unlikely.
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OP here.

Very nice analysis, I totally agree with your point of view that it's more of a horror movie than a sci-fi movie... which is probably the reason that the most parts of it won't hold up, if you view them under a strictly scientific aspect.

I always liked that movie very much, because of its atmosphere, it always reminded me of the 40K-Universe (which is also not very realistic regarding our scientific standards). Also, this is why I wrote "can contain traces of spooks" - I wanted to indicate that it was more of a horror experience than your average Star Trek episode)

Last but not least, i wish all of you a happy new year, and I mean all of you (even the guy who is always bitching about interstellar and his gay friend he's always fighting with)! It makes me very happy, that this thread has been up and running for half a year now and that there are people like you, who contribute to it.

I had been in some sort of hiatus, but will from now on continue to post some shit, so stay tuned!
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>it's more of a horror movie than a sci-fi movie... which is probably the reason that the most parts of it won't hold up
How does Alien fit in that perspective?
I think it's more of a horror movie but I don't cringe while watching it, contrary to Event Horizon. For me a good horror should hold up, that's what makes it a good horror.

Happy New Year, OP guy. Thx for posting quality shit.
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>>863595
For the record:

I posted most of the magnets in this thread (pretty much everything since November, plus the reviews of Alien Covenant and Event Horizon), and I'm not OP.

So this thread has multiple contributors :).

I was going to post a few more, but the anti-porn frog spammer made me prioritize saving and improving the porn threads instead.
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Looking for the og robocop
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>>863009
You are aware it's a thread for posting and requesting links to movies, right?
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>>863906
I see his request, I've fulfilled many requests here, and I say fuck that feminist twat. No Ryan Gosling in this thread.

No Emma Watson either for that matter (get over it: she hasn't been hot since you were both 10, she was a prude self righteous bitch even then, time to find something else to wank to).

Also, >>863009 has a good point:

This is a thread to find good movies, not to spoon feed the sheep with all the same mainstream stuff MSM and Netflix are trying to shove down their throat already. That movie is all over the place, and not very interesting for this thread.
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>>863911
>Reeee feminist actor makes the whole movie bad!
You're the reason why all criticism of the new Star Wars movies is deflected with "you're just sexist!"
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>>863595
I think you got me a little bit wrong there, I didn't mean that a movie can't be both horror and sci fi, what I was trying to say is that scifi-writers usally decide before creating the story if the setting should be realistic or fantastic. Lem for example used every bit of knowledge that existed in his time to write his stories, this is why many of them still hold up today (and also this is why he didn't like most of the more fantastic, other writers). So if you see a movie like EVENT HORIZON, where the story is clearly created more to be scary than to be realistic it is more than likely that you will spot differences to the real scientific world. But that's ok, since it wasn't the movies motivation to convince you, that the world it portrays is like the "real world", in the first place.

ALIEN (at least the very first one) is an interesting hybrid from this perspective, since it is a spooky story as well as it rededfined the idea of space travel when it released and made it more gritty, dirty and very much less romantic - from a modern standpoint: more realistic. But as the franchise went on, you can feel that the attention of the writers shifted away from this: ALIENS is only a shadow of it's predecessor and won't really hold up to much scientific probing, ALIEN 3 is more like a medieval theatre play and ALIEN: RESURRECTION is... well, at least it is funny. I don't even want to talk about the newer ones.

Bottom line: I don't think that you can view a movie like EVENT HORIZON, which is clearly a work of fantasy, in the same mindset as you watch movies like GRAVITY or INTERSTELLAR, which claim to be set in at least a somewhat realistic world.

As of it is spooky or not, I can't really argue, since this is a very subjective thing... but I personally (having rewatched it some weeks ago) still find it more spooky than your average jumpscare-ridden horrorflick these days. But maybe I am missing out... is there any sci-fi-horror-movie you can recommend?
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>>863782
OP here.
this guy is absolutely right and he deserves all the credits for contributing (als well as keeping the p0rn alive)... as I mentioned, i hopefully will resume posting now as well, so keep your requests up!


>>863829
In case you meant the '87 Verhoeven one:
Got you, senpai.
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>>863912
But... The new Star Wars movies DO suck exactly BECAUSE they are some retarded intersectional feminist SJW project to show strong black characters & women.

They're basically just a remake of the previous stories. Not due to creative inspiration or story necessity, but to make the old stories more politically correct. Lame propaganda.

The stiff attempts to force a politically correct fantasy and ideological ideal into the movies are apparent, and take a lot away from the believability and appeal.

Take Carrie Fisher: Princess Leia from the original Star Wars.

She WAS a strong female warrior and blabla if that's what you want, but she was also the sexy and headstrong BDSM slave to Jabba the Hutt. And it's her semi-sexual golden bikini slave scenes that made her iconic, NOT her running around with a pistol in hallways.

The bikini clad Leia is who women and girls love and look up to, in the real world. I mean, do a websearch for "Leia bikini" FFS... All the girls want to be like Leia in that bikini. THAT is what made Carrie Fisher a cool heroine.

But Fisher herself spent the rest of her life bitching about the bikini "objectifying" her body. Because buhu, people loved my body, now I'm old and fat and want them to worship me for being bossy instead...

If the feminists, including Fisher, had their way with the original Star Wars, Leia wouldn't be an icon at all. She'd be dressed in something close to a burka, and behave like nothing more than a wannabe-man (who clearly couldn't manage anything if this were real).

The female Ghost Busters movie was criticized for exactly the same reasons. "Let's show that women can do this just as well as men!" That was the whole movie, and they couldn't, and it sucked.

If someone calls you "sexist" for not approving of feminists re-writing staple movies and reducing them to vehicles for ideological indoctrination, the people calling you "sexist" are retarded feminists themselves, and you shouldn't care what they call you.
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>>863912
>>863942

Anyway, for Blade Runner 2047 I don't even know if they tried to make it a feminist project, since I have not seen the movie... I just know I cannot watch that sheepish smile and think of anything other than punching Ryan Gosling in the face.

Imagine if the movie starred Anita Sarkeesian as the strong heroine. Same thing for me. I don't like it, I couldn't ignore it if I wanted to, and I don't want to support it.
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>>863942
>And it's her semi-sexual golden bikini slave scenes that made her iconic, NOT her running around with a pistol in hallways.
You are hella delusional
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>>863942
The new Star Wars movies suck because there poorly written cash grabs with no real respect for the lore made so Disney can make their billion dollars back, SJWs have nothing to do with it, and >>863912 is correct, we can't have a real discussion about why the movies are bad (and we have plenty of material there) because people like you reee about SJWs as soon as the subject comes up.

We're never going to get another good Star Wars movie, not because Disney is incapable of creating one, but because the community (read, the loud vocal minority your in) can't have a reasonable adult discussion about what we got, why we dislike it, and what we'd like.

Your ensuring we get shitty Star Wars movies, not some SJW.

Also, if you simple search for Leia you get images of her in her ionic white robe outfit from the beginning of episode IV, of course it you look for the bikini images you get bikini images, thats kind of how search engines work.
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> I don't think that you can view a movie like EVENT HORIZON, which is clearly a work of fantasy, in the same mindset as you watch movies like GRAVITY or INTERSTELLAR, which claim to be set in at least a somewhat realistic world.
Don't get me started on Interstellar. I take physics errors any day over logical flaws. I cringed on Interstellar as I cringed on Event Horizon. However Gravity worked for me. It did not reach for more than an action movie in space and it delivered. One should ask what is sci-fi in it?

To be viewed as a work of fantasy Event Horizon would need to take itself less seriously. But it do. For me at least.

If you liked Event Horizon, you might enjoy:
Pandorum
Infini
Both better in my opinion.
There is also a cheap movie called Europa Report - not great, but worth a watch.

For something completely different...
With all the praise that Ex-machina got, there was another AI movie that might passed by under the radar. Automata has it's flaws, but is still a great movie that I recomend.
(My feelings about Ex-machina are similar to Her - that's nothing new, I'm past that point and the movies end when interesting things could finally happen)

Sorry for all my snobism
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>>864051
>he new Star Wars movies suck because there poorly written cash grabs
Agree
>SJWs have nothing to do with it
Disagree. And you even come colse to why here:
>We're never going to get another good Star Wars movie, not because Disney is incapable of creating one, but because the community can't have a reasonable adult discussion
Nothing adult in SJW, but it does influence how movies are made.
But making movies is not a democracy. With budget like that a movie is most importantly a product. If it becomes a work of art it is just by mistake and against all odds, against playing it safe or against gender politics or against fan service.

The great paradox is that you want something new of the same.
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>>864051

> Also, if you simple search for Leia you get images of her in her ionic white robe outfit from the beginning of episode IV, of course it you look for the bikini images you get bikini images, thats kind of how search engines work.

Well, then do an image search for "cosplay Leia":

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=cosplay+leia&t=h_&iax=images&ia=images

And then turn off the stupid moderation, to see reality.

Better still: Try looking for images which are clearly amateur pictures taken at conventions etc, not professional shoots.

Who do women want to dress up as? Macho-nun-Leia or sexy-Leia? Who left the most lasting impact among men and women alike?

Sexuality is taboo in our society, and many consider it rude to portray women with their bodies being sexy (they think that "reduces" them to bikini babes, because of some "anything sexy can't be otherwise good"-logic). Also, Fisher was really vocal about wanting to be shown as a macho-nun in a white robe, because she was a feminist, so people are especially aware of this when it comes to her. This is the real reason why she's often a white nun in official posters.

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If you fail to recognize human nature, your characters will be neither believable nor appealing. To anyone, male or female.

And when political mission trumps all else, the "all else" part will suffer. Movies should be driven by a desire to create good movies, not by conformity.

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Here in Norway I see less than capable "comedians" and film makers being promoted and hired a lot, seemingly just because they have the "correct" political sympathies and friends. They may be hired to create an "important" TV-series about how dangerous the Internet is for teens for example, or a stand-up comedy show about their floppy vaginas. Whereas those who dare oppose things such as #MeToo, the labour party, censorship etc. are often unofficially blacklisted. This kills real talent, and I know the same is happening in USA (ex: #MeToo vs Kevin Spacey and Matt Damon).
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>>864122
As for Disney:

I have no problem seeing this as part of a "cash grab", as >>864051 puts it. It's an obvious sales pitch, and something a financial advisor or marketing director could easily say:

"Empowered minorities and women is really big right now. Look at Woman's March, Black Lives Matter, Anita Sarkeesian, the opposition to Trump... Huge market!"

That is gold in the ears of a producer who wants to make money from a movie.

It's a cheap trick and a cash grab, sure, but politics are still part of it. Politics which make for shitty priorities. Different aspects of the same thing.

tl;dr:

Calling this out when you see it is not a diversion from the "real problem", it's very relevant. (And of course it's not "sexist" to call out posers, censorship and political propaganda.)

- end rant -
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>>863944
I wish I was a billionaire so I could afford just one day with all those Leias
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>>863906
If he can't be bothered to look for at least 5 minutes: fuckem
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>>863911
I can smell BO from this red pilled neckbeards post
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I don't know, I think a movie can take itself seriously and be still set in a fantastic world... but the point you make with gravity is probably the most important and most discussed one in the whole genre. Since its founding days, Science Fiction had a rough time to define itself or be defined by its works (this is why Lem used the term "futurology" to describe his stories, he hated to be treated as an equal to people who wrote about little green men). I think a viable way of seperation has been to divide the genre (quite like it has been done with fantasy itself). There is the "Hard science fiction" for probable scenarios that could more likely happen in the real world (like GRAVITY) and the "Soft science fiction" for everything else.

Thanks for your recommendations, i have already seen PANDORUM (liked it quite a bit), but never heared of INFINI or EUROPA REPORT... I will give them a watch someday.

Also, there is no need to be sorry, I don't think that your views have anything to do with snobism, since it is perfectly fine to watch something and decide that you didn't like it... a snob would have not watched it in the first place.


Also, conerning you guys:
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>>863942
>>863944
>>864051
>>864074
>>864122
>>864126

I don't mind your discussion (even though I am not quite sure if it belongs in /t/), but could you at least contribute something? And I mean torrents, not pix of sexy Leias (those are fine, though).


Adding another classic, one of my personal favourites (even though no spaceships):

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>>864215

> I don't mind your discussion (even though I am not quite sure if it belongs in /t/), but could you at least contribute something?

I actually contributed most of the movies in this thread...

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>>859788

Anyway, I'm done ranting (tired of it myself), and I'd like to save some space for future contributions too.
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>>855970
Very interested ! I've been looking for these for a long time. Please do !
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>>844834
Great movie
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>>864219
I appreciate your contributions, and I also enjoyed reading your rants... I didn't want to say, that you should stop. What I meant was, that you could have a discussion, while also posting magnets, this way the thread gets bumped and us others get a new magnet :^)

Speaking of which, since there are many people here who show interest in the real physics behind sci-fi-concepts, this one is for you:

Through the Wormhole is a series about the universe, the fermi paradox, the possibility of time travel and much, much more. All narrated by our man, Morgan Freeman himself.
Magnet includes the first three seasons, will post more if someone is interested.

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anyone got a link for the fifth element or existenz?
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>>864516

Here you go:

eXistenZ:
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The Fifth Element:
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>>864518
<3
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>>855916
I was hoping someone would post this one, love this movie
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>>838872
Tarkovsky is one of the all time GOATs out there, you should watch all of his films desu.
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>>855916
Way better than I expected
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>>864516
>>864518
>>864541


The "other guy" who has been posting magnets here:

I've actually been considering posting those two since early December. I just wasn't sure if they were good enough, or if I would consider them sci-fi at all.

If you want the highest possible quality like I do (or if you just want to freeze frame and look for a cameltoe on Milla Jovovich), you might prefer these two magnets:

eXistenZ (~19 GB, BluRay remux):
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The Fifth Element (~31,1 GB, 2160p, 10bit x265 video, Atmos 7.1 surround sound):
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>>860122
Welllll, the WOPR guessing the password one letter at a time always made me go "wait, what"
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>>859523
I'm re-reading the thread, so sue me.

I like the music, and I like much of the dialogue, and the scientific accuracy is welcome in the face of the outrageous and usual hollywood bullshit. But it's not a great movie. It doesn't break any new ground, it's an adventure flick, but the grandiose touches are nice, but there's no greatness *in the story* even if the production is beautiful. The use of the robots is very cool, not ridiculous hollywood crap (but then again, if we have loyal AIs that are ready to die for us jumping into a black hole etc, why send humans at all? send these machines who are unable to betray us, unlike asshole "hero" dr mann).

So let's not even compare it to world-class cinema like Kubrick. Comparing it to amazing movies defining a moment, like Terminator or Alien, Interstellar is not up to it. The plot does not go into deep questions, like trusting machines, or changing humanity into something else, it's your standard-issue "an idiot fucks up, and then there are consequences", wrapped up in haunting music and scientific accuracy.
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>>860532
If you had argued some point about what do you like about both, and presented that respectfully instead of using insult as your way of proving your point, you would have appeared as an intelligent human being.
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>>860723
>magnetized a hard disk platter
This is an example of writers not wanting to do it, because it is just less dramatic than doing things by ourselves instead of, for example, letting Data jack into the Enterprise D and do everything faster, better and more accurately than the human crew, which usually limit themselves to being wounded bouncing around in the explosions. Instead, if three klingon warbirds decloak in front of the enteprise, picard better yell "shields up, red alert", or it's not gonna happen. Another idiotic example is two androids communicating by voice. Like they could not do it a billion times faster any other way. Don't we have wi-fi already, which is 874,030 times faster than sound.

Sadder is the case where the writers are not able to do it, like Lore aspiring to nothing but revenge, because a super smart machine can only aspire to behave like a human baddie. It would be much better to have Lore be an inhuman baddie, but guess what, the writers don't know how to do it. So, all Lore can aspire to is being a bad guy and all Data can aspire to is being a good guy.
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>>860795
>(not sure I'll bother seeing the rest)
Ofc you will, because you can't resist.

>half the soldiers
it's a colony ship, retard

>Dumb, annoying bitch #1
We get it, girls just want to have fun... only not with you. They also get better grades than you lol. In case your edgelordyness missed it, everyone else is incompetent too, namely the men. The captain himself is a religious nut and you are an idiot. FYI the only surviving crew is the woman. In case your two brain cells can't process it, it's an Alien movie plot: "everyone is an idiot and dies except ripley"

mfw one day you'll want to be "a man" and marry. Please win a darwin award before that, you are a natural, you don't even have to try mmkay
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>>865041
The "men" in the movie are Millenial servants to feminists.

I appreciated your commentary until you came out of the closet as a male feminist.

No: Men complaining about feminists are not always incels.

Many of us are pissed exactly because we are popular with the ladies, so we know what it's like when girls get bitter because you dumped them.

If we never got laid we wouldn't have a problem with that. We wouldn't have kids we fight for being allowed to see, we wouldn't be struck down for being strong male figures and we wouldn't be punished for drunk girls wanting to fuck us.

Anyway, Alien Covenant suffers from gender quotas, and people trying to be something they are not. It works when it's a sexy woman with kahoonas like Sigourney Weaver, it does not work when it's some asexual trans-female-thing surrounded by men who are afraid to say a girl is pretty.

And the premise is getting old anyway: She's not Ripley. Every Alien-movie does not need to be a remake of the first one.

>>865029
While I disagree (I still think it's a great movie), you have some fair points. And even Kubrick gets beat sometimes. For example, the Adrian Lyne version of Lolita (>>863479) is superior to Kubrick's version.

>>865023
Well, yeah... I mean, you can imagine each individual digit being hashed separately, but I agree that would be a questionable encryption scheme.

>>865034
Magnetizing a hard drive platter would require nanometer precision. I find it unlikely he could do that by hand. Bumping something visible to the naked eye could be done through a "bump" of the hand though, if he could somehow create a push through dimensions.
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>>864215

I'm going to do something which is out of character for me now, to compensate for writing so much text here.

And that is to post a sci-fi movies collection, even though:
1. Many of them are of questionable rip quality (good for their size, but plenty of 700 MB movies).
2. Many of them are of questionable quality (I Robot, Starship Troopers 3, Freejack etc).

Includes the following movies:

2012(2009).avi
1.41GB 02:31:33 Color
20,000 Leagues Under The Sea(1954).avi
700 MB 02:07:01 Color
Aeon Flux(2005).avi
699 MB 01:32:53 Color
Alien The Director's Cut(1979).avi
1.36 GB 01:55:48 Color
Alien Vs Predator(2004).avi
701 MB 01:40:45 Color
Armageddon(1998).avi
1.19 GB 02:30:46 Color
Avatar(2009).avi
2.19 GB 02:35:04 Color
Barbarella(1968).avi
743 MB 01:38:00 Color
Capricorn One(1978).wmv
4.37 GB 01:58:09 Color
Colossus:The Forbin Project(1970).avi
699 MB 01:36:06 Color
Dreamscape(1983).avi
699 MB 01:39:21 Color
Demolition Man(1993).avi
700 MB 01:46:24 Color
Fahrenheit 451(1966).mp4
1.25 GB 01:47:49 Color
Fantastic Voyage(1966).avi
701 MB 01:40:09 Color
First Men In The Moon(1956).avi
1.36 GB 01:38:50 Color
Forbidden Planet(1956).avi
700 MB 01:34:26 Color
Freejack(1992).avi
701 MB 01:49:31 Color
Futureworld(1976).avi
618 MB 01:44:55 Color
Gattaca(1997).avi
700MB 01:42:10 Color
Heavy Metal(1981).m2ts
3.99GB 01:30:17 Color
Independence Day Special Edition(199).avi
1.95 GB 02:27:16 Color
I,Robot(2004).avi
700 MB 01:54:43 Color
It Came From Outer Space(1953).avi
694 MB 01:20:01 B&W
Judge Dredd(1985).avi
608 MB 01:31:51 Color
Lawnmower Man(1992).avi
1.09 GB 01:48:06 Color
Lawnmower Man 2 Jobe's War(1995).avi
1.02 GB 01:33:04 Color
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Logan's Run(1976).avi
> 708 MB 01:58:43 Color
Moon(2009).avi
> 694 MB 01:33:07 Color
Moontrap(1989).avi
> 683 MB 01:22:49 Color
Peacemaker(1990).avi
> 870 MB 01:30:50 Color
Predator(1987).avi
> 700 MB 01:43:45 Color
Predator 2(1990).avi
> 700 MB 01:43:33 Color
Princess Of Mars(2009).avi
> 1.45 GB 01:33:35 Color
Red Planet(2000).avi
> 1.09 GB 01:46:31 Color
Robinson Crusoe On Mars(1964).avi
> 608 MB 01:49:43 Color
Saturn 3(1980).avi
> 800 MB 01:23:43 Color
Silent Running(1972).avi
> 699 MB 01:29:37 Color
Soldier(1998).avi
> 1.20 GB 01:38:38 Color
Onions Green(1973).avi
> 700 MB 01:36:43 Color
Starship Troopers Extended Edition(1997).avi
> 800 MB 02:08:28 Color
Starship Troopers 2 Hero Of The Federation(2004).avi
> 701 MB 01:27:51 Color
Starship Troopers 3 Marauder(2008).avi
> 700 MB 01:44:54 Color
Terminator(1984).mp4
> 1.50 GB 01:47:13 Color
Terminator 2 Judgement Day (Skynet Special Extended Edition)(1991).mp4
> 2.00 GB 02:36:08 Color
Terminator 3 Rise Of The Machines(2003).mp4
> 1.50 GB 01:48:58 Color
Terminator Salvation(2009).avi
> 801 MB 01:57:18 Color
The Andromeda Strain(1971).avi
> 699 MB 02:10:41 Color
The Angry Red Planet(1959).avi
> 0.99 MB 01:23:10 Color
The Blood of Heroes(1989).avi
> 697 MB 01:27:28 Color
The Chronicles Of Riddick Dark Fury(2004).avi
> 350 MB 00:30:50 Color
The Chronicles Of Riddick Director's Cut(2004).avi
> 800 MB 02:14:04 Color
The Chronicles Of Riddick Pitch Black Director's Cut(2000).avi
> 700 MB 01:51:53 Color
The Day Of The Triffids(1962).avi
> 483 MB 01:34:06 Color
The Day The Earth Stood Still(1951).avi
> 700 MB 01:28:23 B&W
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>>865243

The Fifth Element(1997).avi
> 700 MB 02:00:44 Color
The Fly(1958).avi
> 700 MB 01:29:45Color
The Hitchiker's Guide To The Galaxy(2005).avi
> 805 MB 01:48:47 Color
The Island(2005).avi
> 700 MB 02:10:25 Color
The Land That Time Forgot(2009).avi
> 699 MB 01:28:03 Color
The Man From Planet X(1951).avi
> 827 MB 01:10:28 B&W
The Omega Man(1971).avi
> 701 MB 01:38:00 Color
The Thing(1982).avi
> 688 MB 01:38:01 Color
The Thing From Another World(1951).avi
> 700 MB B&W
The Time Machine(1960).avi
> 689 MB 01:38:26 Color
The Time Machine(2002).avi
> 700 MB 01:31:53 Color
The War of the Worlds(1953).avi
> 2.93 GB 01:21:52 Color
Them(1954).avi
> 687 MB 01:32:24 B&W
They Live(1988).avi
> 672 MB 01:30:15 Color
THX 1138(1970).avi
> 838 MB 01:28:27 Color
Total Recall(1990),avi
> 700 MB 01:48:19 Color
Virtuality (2009).avi
> 750 MB 01:27:26 Color
When Worlds Collide(1951).avi
> 699 MB 01:18:54 Color

Collection of 71 sci-fi movies, ~75 GB:

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"I have come here to chew bubblegum, and kick ass. And I'm all out of bubblegum."

Overall this is a nice collection to get a quick overview of a larger amount of movies than if you just download single high quality rips.





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