20 MILLION MILES TO EARTH
of man’s great scientific advances was when he breathtakingly and
unexpectedly moved out of his orbit to a point more than 20 million
miles to Earth. What wonders or horrors lie beyond? Why is it always so
costly for man to move from the present
to the future?
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2001-A SPACE ODYSSEY
Based on Arthur C. Clarke's
story, "The Sentinel". U.S. scientist Dr. Heywood
Floyd travels to the moon to check out the discovery of a
strange object on the moon's surface: a black monolith. Open the pod bay doors HAL!
My God! It’s full of stars!
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The crew of a commercial deep
space mining ship, investigating a suspected S.O.S., lands on a distant
planet and discovers a nest of strange eggs.
In space, no one can hear
Ripley, the sole survivor of the Nostromo.
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Big eyes aglow, a strange foreign tongue,
Faces that looked at me, the abduction had begun.
there was an angel shining in the light,
But it was really an alien who took me into the night.
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THE ANGRY RED PLANET
Light years ahead
of its time, this slick 1960 sci-fi flick is
and monster movie rolled into oneBattling
for their lives, the survivors make it back to
their ship only to discover intelligent life and a warning they will
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THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
We have come to deliver this message: live with us in peace or
obliteration. Gort! Klaatu, birada, nikto!
The choice is yours.
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desert planet called Dune, home of the giant
and the only place in the known universe where the spice is. May Shai Hulud
guide you. Muad
Dib, Muad Dib!
The story of
Forbidden Planet holds up so well because it is
almost straight from Shakespeare's "The Tempest". Forbidden Planet is
arguably the best science fiction
of the 1950's. It looked into the materialization of our own inner
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have always been ghosts in the machine: random segments of code that
form unexpected protocols engendering questions of free will,
creativity, and even the nature of the soul. Why is it that when
some robots are left in darkness, they
will seek out the light or when stored in an empty space, they will
group together, rather than stand alone? Is it random segments of code,
or something more?
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Fritz Lang's silent film
Metropolis, produced in 1927 in Germany, paints a picture of a horribly
polarized future society in which the workers toil like cogs in a
machine while the rich live a lavish lifestyle in their towers high
above the overpopulated city. A true sci-fi classic.
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