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Discussion in 'Contest Archive' started by Menace, Jul 8, 2019.
Star wars (NOT THE NEW ONES!!!)
Star Trek (the original series on Netflix)
Star Trek, but the more older version that sometimes appears on TV.
Since someone already said Firefly, I'll add Doctor Who.
Babylon 5 was quite a fantastic story! It had an extremely well written group of stories/plot lines. Good actors. Really good special effects. And was entirely plausible. It only ran for a few years, but it was very compelling, especially the last 2 seasons. Those Vorlons were #Sneaky.
When I replied yesterday there was a definite Star Trek vibe going. After more rumination I'm changing my answer to Farscape. Because it was frelling fantastic.
Logan's Run is still one of my favorite movies.
I'm not a big fan of science fiction, but The Martian was a movie I recently watched and enjoyed.
Let's go with a time warp here and select Lost in Space, starring June Lockhart, Guy Williams, Billy Mumy and the incomparable Jonathan Harris...Campy monsters and aliens, terrible cardboard sets and zero special effects. What a treat..."Never fear, Smith is here..."
One of my favourites too, with the recently deceased and extremely talented Paul Darrow starring. Servalan had to be one of the best villains ever.
Firefly. Hands down.
Till date I am angry at Fox for cancelling it. There must have been so many real life Sheldon who would have given it back to Fox for doing that. I need closure, and no, Serenity doesn't count.
One of my favorite bad movies of all time. It was "The Martian" before "the Martian" "Robinson Crusoe on Mars"
FLASH GORDON TV SERIES IN THE 1950'S. ABSOLUTELY HOKEY BY TODAY'S STANDARDS BUT ENTHRALLING FOR KIDS AT THE TIME. PLAY JAIME
I have 2 on my list "Forbidden Planet" from 1956 and "The Day the Earth Stood Still" from 1951.
I saw both of these when I was real young and they have stayed with me for my whole life.
The monster from the ID and trying to remember the words to stop the robot from destroying the earth provided lots of food for thought. Yeah these are old and campy but they were the building blocks for modern SI-FI.
V... my sister and I couldn't get enough.
Star Wars, BUT the first 6, not the newer ones (not a good plotline, same basic storyline as the originals, etc.) Episode III is the best.
Second is Ready Player One, but the book was much better than the movie. Much better (It's my favorite book... ).
Land of the Giants - on TV when I was a lad was fantastic!
Watching reruns now seems ultra slow and pretty boring. But I still love it
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