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3 things about Byron Haskin’s ROBINSON CRUSOE ON MARS

Robinson Crusoe on Mars [1964] 1. Stones that breathe. 2. Kelp sausages. 3. Zipper pants.

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3 things about Paul W.S. Anderson’s EVENT HORIZON

Event Horizon [1997] 1. Just as he does in Until the End of the World, Sam Neill utters the words, “Claire. Claire.” That’s definitely where the similarities end. 2. In the future, we learn, spaceship logs will be stored on … Continue reading

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3 things about Robert Zemeckis’ CONTACT

Contact [1997] 1. Broken bowl of popcorn. 2. Face displacement. 3. Eighteen minutes of static.

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3 things about Christopher Nolan’s INTERSTELLAR

Interstellar [2014] 1. “The last people to starve will be the first to suffocate.” 2. Video message color shift. 3. Massive rotating bands of distortion. 3 other things.

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3 things about Robert Wise’s STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE

Star Trek: The Motion Picture [1979] 1. “Enterprise, what we got back didn’t live long. Fortunately.” 2. Expressionless face, tears on his cheek. 3. Games serve no function. 3 other things.

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3 things about Henry Levin’s JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH

Journey to the Center of the Earth [1959] 1. Morse code duck. 2. Shirtless Hans. 3. Red lizard, red lava.

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3 things about Kurt Neumann’s THE FLY

The Fly [1958] 1. “Where’s she gone?” “Into space? A stream of cat atoms.” 2. A clear plastic evidence pouch, containing a dead fly. 3. He bends over her unconscious body, as if to kiss her.

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