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Intergalactic, Planetary

by Drew Phillips

Created 09/15/12

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Putting the "science" in science-fiction, these are the cream of the extra terrestrial crop. Truly, out of this world!

16 comments

  • By David MacDonald
    September 17, 2012
    07:17 AM

    Dude, I'm not a huge Life of Brian fan, but the space scene was one of the best things in the history of film.
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  • By Craig J. Clark
    September 17, 2012
    03:42 PM

    Great list! Of course, I would say that about any list that leads off with The X from Outer Space.
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  • By Drew Phillips
    September 17, 2012
    10:26 PM

    Hope y'all got my Beastie Boys reference...
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  • By Drew Phillips
    September 19, 2012
    07:38 PM

    Thought so.
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  • By Timothy C.
    September 20, 2012
    10:15 AM

    Wonderful just wonderful
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  • By Mark H.
    September 21, 2012
    11:54 AM

    Great list. I might have included House or 3 Women because they are so "out there"....
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  • By Nate
    September 24, 2012
    01:02 PM

    First thing that popped in my mind when I read that, then laughed when I saw them below.
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  • By Brian
    September 24, 2012
    11:22 PM

    Good list, but what about "The Man Who Fell To Earth"?
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    • By Drew Phillips
      September 25, 2012
      12:41 AM

      How in all hell did that slip me and everyone else up? That error will be corrected, sir.
    • By Drew Phillips
      September 29, 2012
      11:00 AM

      What about it? It's on there (now)
  • By David MacDonald
    March 24, 2013
    09:48 AM

    Now you can add Things to Come.
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    • By Drew Phillips
      March 26, 2013
      02:41 PM

      Exactly! I'm so excited, I love that movie more than you could imagine, David
    • By David MacDonald
      March 27, 2013
      04:42 PM

      I definitely agree that it's the greatest Wells film adaptation, I was blown away when I decided to watch it on a whim.
  • By Craig J. Clark
    April 29, 2013
    08:42 AM

    As intriguing as Things to Come is, I disagree with your assertion that it's the best Wells adaptation on film. To my mind, James Whale's The Invisible Man still takes that prize.
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