What's your favorite sci-fi movie?
October 17, 2011 7:26pm CST
So far it would be "Inception". I liked it because unlike other sci-fi movies, it did not need to use too much cgi and did not put too much special effects. Plus, the sequence of events were really great. Having dreams as the setting of the story is really an interesting subject. Because in dreams, anything can happen. And trying to put an idea to another person's mind is really a new good conflict. But what this film really did great is the use of different countries for the whole film.While I was watching it, it already made me feel like I've to seven different countries. I wish Hollywood and other filmmakers would continue to create this kind of movie.
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19 Oct 11
It might sound cheesy or cliche but my favorite sci-fi film is Star Trek. Now I like mainly the newer movies. Although I would have to say that star trek Nemesis was my favorite. My next favorite on would Star Trek The Dominion War. That one was actually a Star Trek Deep Space Nine Movie/ Mini series.
18 Oct 11
I love a lot of science fiction movies, so far Inception and Tron Legacy are topping my list. Inception was one unique movie, no other Hollywood movie could beat it. The idea was so original and of course I love Leonardo Decaprio! I loved how you could steal an idea and implant one within a person's dreams. I really loved the architecture in this movie, it was so beautiful and I loved all the characters. Tron Legacy was quite an interesting movie, based on a Disney cartoon. It was quite unique and very interesting to watch. Imagine you created a program and you went into that program exploring the world of what is inside a computer.
18 Oct 11
Inception was a pretty awesome movie. Personally, I'm stuck between that and Limitless. Limitless was a great film. Who doesn't love a movie in which the main character becomes super intelligent beyond what any human can dream to ever achieve? But I guess Inception would have to be my favorite. Mainly because the core mechanic that drives that movie forwards (the dreams and technology to enter them) introduces much more possibility than that of Limitless (ultimate intelligence). I mean, you can argue otherwise, but really, if you are in a dream, whether it is yours or not, from the perspective of the dream, you can be all knowing and can hold ultimate intelligence if you want, so really Inception's driving force has more to offer than that of Limitless.