Sci-fi movie.

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  3. andy1033 Truth Seeker Valued Senior Member

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    Not me personally, i do not watch movies made after 2001 or so. Movies today are now made mainly with cgi, and i hate the fakery of blue screen.

    Now and again i watch a movie with cgi, but i find that cgi is not perfect yet, or maybe i just do not like computer graphics movies.
     
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  5. Ripley Valued Senior Member

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    I love that film. I'm still digesting it (after have watched it a few times—and will continue to do so). I love the abortion scene:

    "There can never be a second Ellen Ripley who guided the audience through the four movies of the Alien saga, and so neither the film nor Noomi Rapace do even attempt to establish a character that could pass as Ripley’s “heir”. Instead, Elizabeth Shaw’s character is a construct of a human being that may be seen as a new kind altogether.

    She is a scientist with a spiritual edge rooted in both belief and faith. She lives by the relatively new stance of the Roman Pontificate that the acceptance of extraterrestrial intelligence does not defy one’s belief in god — even if most Catholics would still shudder at Shaw’s question “Who made the maker?”

    This woman is not just a brainiac, either. When push comes to shove, she knows what to do — and does it. Her encounter with an alien being is one of the, if not the most frightening scene in the film, and what she does to save herself is not only ripe with symbolism, it also goes much farther than what most humans may be capable of."

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    What about batman dark knight rises? i had seen this movie in year 2000 !!! So christopher nolan and crew made all the three batman movies in a span of just two years i guess !!! 1997-1999. And the bat aircraft featured in the movie is it real hovering or animation?

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  8. Sarkus Hippomonstrosesquippedalo phobe Valued Senior Member

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    I think you are confusing the latest 3 batman movies with the first 4 (Batman - 1989, Batman Returns - 1992, Batman Forever - 1994, and Batman & Robin - 1997)?

    The latest 3 (the reboot series) were Batman Begins - 2005, The Dark Knight - 2008, and The Dark Knight Rises - 2012.

    Not sure where you got the idea of doing 3 films in 3 years?


    Some shots were certainly filmed using a full-sized vehicle but built on a rig, other shots CGI. There is no real vehicle.
     

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