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ManOfSteel



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YONG wrote:
Well, I prefer the following:

The Fifth Element - Body Reconstruction Scene
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UO7RNReR9Ys

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Milla Jovovich does have a beautiful skeleton and musculature hehe Razz
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The Prometheus is a civilian starship and the film relates a scientific expedition. The ship has a rather small crew and the "automated surgery table" is actually reserved for Peter Weyland's personal use.

The surgical "squid" extraction scene is epic. Some may find it a bit gory though.

Sorry I've only found this bad camcorded version online. Still, enjoy...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4dvVm-4C-0
Post 09 Feb 2017, 12:34
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^^Great scene, quite intense.

I love the movie, i think it's a magnificent science-fiction film.


Some horror movies:

Moth (2016) - My vote: 4 out of 10. So so, i didn't like the ending.
SiREN (2016) - My vote: 6 out of 10. I actually enjoy that.
The Rezort (2015) - My vote 6 out of 10. Zombies, anyone?
Blood Punch (2014) - My vote 6 out of 10. Time loop twist.


YONG wrote:
A highly-regarded drama:

Manchester by the Sea (2016)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4034228/

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On my to-see list.
Post 09 Feb 2017, 13:55
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Picnic wrote:
The Rezort (2015) - My vote 6 out of 10. Zombies, anyone?
Nice zombie movie. Already recommended by a wise forum member many months ago:

https://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=190209#190209

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Picnic wrote:
SiREN (2016) - My vote: 6 out of 10. I actually enjoy that.
On my To-Watch list.

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ManOfSteel wrote:
The surgical "squid" extraction scene is epic.
Yes, it is truly epic ... because the lead actress has to manually choose the operational procedure!

Shouldn't the AI automatically identify the illness and/or abnormality and then ask the patient for confirmation?

Sorry, I am asking for too much.

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An intense and violent movie which filmed in Georgia. It gave me the feeling as some old exploitation movies. A memorable performance from actor Kote Tolordava (1979–2015).

Landmine Goes Click (2015)


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Picnic wrote:
An intense and violent movie which filmed in Georgia.

Landmine Goes Click (2015)
Already watched. Not bad given its low-budget production. The revenge at the end reminds me of the following film:

Closure (2007)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0480011/

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^^Hmm, i think i've seen 'Closure' on TV some night.
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A low budget sci-fi film about the connection between quantum physics, string theory, and life after death.

Einstein's God Model (2016)
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Picnic wrote:
A low budget sci-fi film about the connection between quantum physics, string theory, and life after death.

Einstein's God Model (2016)
On my To-Watch list.

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Picnic wrote:
A low budget sci-fi film about the connection between quantum physics, string theory, and life after death.

Einstein's God Model (2016)


in my dl list, thanks Picnic Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
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A Russian action thriller:

The Duelist (2016)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5282006/

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A sci-fi thriller starring Noomi Rapace.

Rupture (2016)
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A low-budget sci-fi horror film starring Mia Goth.

A Cure for Wellness (2016)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4731136/

The story is a bit on the crazy side but the cinematography is actually very good.

http://empireonline.media/jpg/70/0/0/1280/960/aspectfit/0/0/0/0/0/0/c/features/5808b3440c6437272f613d65/Cure-For-Wellness-4.jpg

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Picnic wrote:
A low budget sci-fi film about the connection between quantum physics, string theory, and life after death.

Einstein's God Model (2016)


is einstein's god model a real deal?
what is near to real in that film? string theory? multiverses?
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How about something different?

Ixcanul/Volcano (2015)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4135844/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ixcanul

Learn a little bit of the Kaqchikel language before watching the movie.

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sleepsleep wrote:
is einstein's god model a real deal?
what is near to real in that film? string theory? multiverses?
It is just a sci-fi movie.

It is extremely unlikely that scientists can actually find verifiable evidence to prove the string theory or the notion/existence of the multiverse.

Even if they could, you would just take it 50/50 because you probably could never understand it.

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YONG wrote:

Even if they could, you would just take it 50/50 because you probably could never understand it.

very true!!!
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A horror movie comprising four short stories:

XX (2017)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3322892/

While the story lines are a bit on the crazy side, the movie, as a whole, is not bad, especially considering its low-budget production.

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