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vinyl   9/29/2010 6:52:49 PM
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JMWilliams, thanks so much for the link to your essay! Are you familiar with the Time Travel Anomalies page? mjyoung.net/time

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KB3001   9/29/2010 6:20:52 PM
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The Matrix for me (all). At the end of each one, I found myself asking deep questions about life...

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eewiz   9/29/2010 2:38:08 PM
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Terminator 2, I Robot , Back to the future 1,2,3

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p_g   9/29/2010 7:58:59 AM
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My votes are for... Terminator-2 StarWar Matrix Inception Forbidden planet ...

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phoenixdave   9/28/2010 3:21:43 AM
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Without a doubt, the original War of the Worlds...

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twk   9/27/2010 4:11:34 PM
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Guess not to many of you found Sci Fi popular reading in the 1950's. Two of the classic best come from good authors and actually began to define the genere. These were some of the first steps beyond the movie serial Flash Gordon kind of thing. They were in color, had a real script, had real characters, and terrible special efects. Wonderful classic beginnings of putting things of the imagination on the screen. Destination Moon and When Worlds collide.

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T in Az   9/27/2010 1:40:02 AM
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Artificial Intelligence: AI, And another AI, Bicentennial man, And one more AI, Screamers: The Hunting

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CYPros1   9/26/2010 11:01:45 PM
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(1) K-Pax (2001) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0272152/ This IMHO is one of the most under-rated movies ever. (2) Andromeda Strain (3) Gattaca (4) Twelve Monkeys (5) Silent Running (6) Time Bandits Not 2001 - Wish "Childhoods End" had been done, as per original, instead.

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Tomdham   9/26/2010 3:40:05 PM
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Ok,My $0.02's... Contact, Day the Earth Stood Still AND Anything on "Mystery Science Theater 3000" "Help! I've plummeted to my death, and I can't get up!" --- Tom Servo

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David Ashton   9/24/2010 3:50:40 AM
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OOPS. It's T S Eliot (only one L).

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