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Right now, Ive been loving Star Trek Into Darkness, because a humble Tribble saved the Captains life!

 

"Fortunately, human physiology and Tribble physiology are the same, because science, and Kirk was soon back to his old self. Khan, meanwhile, was frozen along with his other followers.

 

Left unexplored: Whether the Federation would decide to mass-produce the healing elixir of Khan’s Blood, thereby ensuring that nobody will ever die."-http://popwatch.ew.com/2013/05/18/star-trek-into-darkness-khan-ending-cumberbatch/

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Sci-Fi: Trek. All of Trek (of course some of the movies more than others). Personally, I LOVED Trek 11. Liked it a lot more than Trek 12, though there were things in 12 that I liked. Some of Wars, too.

 

I do Not like horror movies. But I love some thrillers, so I'll contribute this: 'Gothika!'

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Right now, Ive been loving Star Trek Into Darkness, because a humble Tribble saved the Captains life!

 

 

 

ha ha me too, may watch it again this weekendspock-smiley.gif?1292867680it's kinda scary just how gud looking young Kirk is lol

 

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Film still doesn't do sci-fi justice. I'll toss out a dozen without really thinking about it (sure I'll regret that later) other then to get the release years as some have been remade. In no order:

 

Wolfen (1981) (Albert Finney, Gregory Hines - have some chips)

 

Three that are essentially Philip K. Dick:

Total Recall (1990) (don't take the pill)

The Matrix (1999) (Neo = One)

Blade Runner (1982) (like tears in the rain...)

 

Sunshine (2007) (do it... Capa...)

 

Couple childhood faves:

Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) (with Pat Boone, crazy as that is)

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) (learn how to balance peas on a knife)

 

Ghost in the Shell (1995)

The Illustrated Man (1969)

Logan's Run (1976)

The Abyss (1989)

Solaris (1972)

 

Oh, and Rick Green still deserves a lifetime achievement award for the TV series Prisoners of Gravity (1989) ;)

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Right now, Ive been loving Star Trek Into Darkness, because a humble Tribble saved the Captains life!

 

 

 

ha ha me too, may watch it again this weekendspock-smiley.gif?1292867680it's kinda scary just how gud looking young Kirk is lol

 

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yes, hes really good looking

 

its so interesting that he has Khans blood in him. Khan was such a great fighter, a class by himself....

 

Maybe now Kirk will be more super human than human, but use his powers to be a force for good!!

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Film still doesn't do sci-fi justice. I'll toss out a dozen without really thinking about it (sure I'll regret that later) other then to get the release years as some have been remade. In no order:

 

Wolfen (1981) (Albert Finney, Gregory Hines - have some chips)

 

Three that are essentially Philip K. Dick:

Total Recall (1990) (don't take the pill)

The Matrix (1999) (Neo = One)

Blade Runner (1982) (like tears in the rain...)

 

Sunshine (2007) (do it... Capa...)

 

Couple childhood faves:

Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) (with Pat Boone, crazy as that is)

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954) (learn how to balance peas on a knife)

 

Ghost in the Shell (1995)

The Illustrated Man (1969)

Logan's Run (1976)

The Abyss (1989)

Solaris (1972)

 

Oh, and Rick Green still deserves a lifetime achievement award for the TV series Prisoners of Gravity (1989) ;)

Logans Run--no one who is sick or over 35 is allowed to live....

 

No healthacare for you!!

 

Scary.

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Maybe now Kirk will be more super human than human, but use his powers to be a force for good!!

 

 

 

Use force?? that sounds a bit Star Wars to me lolvader-smiley.gif?1292867693

 

(and welcome back Hot Pepper ;))

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