|SolRo - 2013-07-30 |
It's a miracle that this scene hasn't been turned into a meme, though having to edit the video and audio is harder than just giving hitler new subtitles.
|13.5 - 2013-07-31 |
Maybe you could have given me an accurate translation of that Latin a little sooner, huh?
|The Mothership - 2013-07-31 |
As I recall, the last line here was one of many laughs that reverberated around the theater. Seriously, there were a lot of unintentionally funny bits in this film.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
This movie is terrifying in the very specific context of being a kid in the late-90s who has never seen any of the (better) movies that were ripped off.
This movie could have been a lot better if it wasn't made at the hands of Paul W.S. Anderson: The King of Hacks
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-07-31 |
Thunderstorms in space
They're orbiting inside neptunes atmosphere. Somehow.
|memedumpster - 2013-07-31 |
The Notre Dame themed sets in this movie are beautiful. I am still in love with how wonderful this totally derivative shlockfest looks. This is on my list of movies it took me two viewings to like.
|Nominal - 2013-07-31 |
Pretty chill about not bothering to ever clean up those encrusted blood and guys off the window.
"Childhood trauma"? Man now I feel old.
They didn't bring Val Kilmer The Space Janitor.
And it would have been a very depressing cleaning montage.
|cognitivedissonance - 2013-07-31 |
Sometimes, the POETV hive-mind announces itself in unusual ways.
I'm no longer the loneliest cloud.
|lotsmoreorcs - 2013-07-31 |
there was a certain type of cinematic sleaze in the 1990s that culminated from a number of disparate contributing factors including the massive industrialization taking place and the heroin epidemic. the strange sexual undertones in kids movies alone could be the subject of a research paper, but more interesting to me was the pitch black cinematic gut punches like this, side kicks, north, falling down, and so many more. truly a cultural death knell in the best sort of way.
Honestly I liked this movie. I mean, I was like 13 or 14 so I hadn't yet brushed up on my Kubrick or Antonioni, but it was a fun horror movie. Plus it's in Space.
|infinite zest - 2013-07-31 |
Haha I remember sneaking into this movie the same day as our family got a puppy.
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