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    Looking for an old SciFi movie (help!!)

    Hi there,
    loooooong looooong time ago (when I was a kid), I remember I watched an old scifi movie I can't remember the name of.
    I just remember a scene where a robot removes a little piece of glass (or metal or..) from the eye of a woman inside a greenhouse or something like that.

    I've thinking a lot about this, but I just can't remember... do any of you know what movie I'm talking about?

    I know is a very far shot , but thanks anyway .

    BTW, any 1900-2k's scifi movie recommendation would be appreciated .

    Thanks!!
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    1984
    2001:A Space Odyssey
    2010
    A Boy and His Dog
    Abyss
    Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai
    Akira (Anime)
    Alien
    Avalon
    Back to the Future
    Bad Taste
    Baraka
    Battle Beyond
    Blade Runner
    Brazil
    City of lost children
    Contact
    Cowboy bebop (Anime)
    Dark City
    Darkstar
    Delicatessen
    Doppelganger (Journey the the Far Side of the Sun)
    Equilibrium
    Enemy Mine
    Escape from New York
    Evangelion (Anime)
    Event Horizon
    Existenz
    Fahrenheit 451
    Fifth Element
    First Spaceship on Venus
    Flash Gordon
    FLCL (Anime)
    Forbidden Planet
    Gattaca
    Ghost in the shell (Anime)
    I Married a Monster from Outer Space
    Independence Day
    Invaders from Mars
    Invasion of Body Snatchers
    IT Came From Outer Space
    La Jetee
    Logans Run
    Mad Max
    Mars Atack
    Metropolis
    Monoliths
    Moon Zero Two
    Outland
    Planet of Apes
    Primer
    Quartermass and the Pit
    Repo Man
    Robinson Crusoe On Mars
    Robocop
    Sace
    Solaris (Tarkovsky)
    Stalker (Tarkovsky)
    Stargate
    Starship Troopers
    Sunshine
    Terminator
    The Andromeda Strain
    The Day the Earth Caught Fire
    The Day the earth stood still
    The Last Starfighter
    The Man Who Fell to Earth
    The Postman
    The Quiet Earth
    The Thing
    The Time Machine
    The Village of the Damned
    They Live
    Them
    This Island Earth
    THX 1138
    Titan A.E.
    Total Recall
    Twelve Monkeys
    Waterworld
    Westworld
    Z.P.G. (Zero Population Growth)

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    Must be Saturn 3, with Kirk Douglas and Farrah Fawcett. There's a scene where the robot removes a tiny chip from her eye.

    BTW, any 1900-2k's scifi movie recommendation would be appreciated .
    Hmmm...that would be a very long list. The ones that comes off the top of my head, avoiding the well-known movies like Star Wars or Star Trek:

    Forbidden Planet
    Logans Run
    Metropolis
    Blade Runner
    This Island Earth
    Twelve Monkeys
    Westworld
    Thing
    Invasion of Body Snatchers
    Monoliths

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    A guy in Spain can't think of a movie, and it takes all of a half an hour for a guy in Indiana to help him out. That's Cool.

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    Might I also suggest

    A Boy and His Dog
    Solaris < the Tarkofsky version
    The Quiet Earth
    Stalker < Also Tarkofsky based on a book called Roadside picnic or the other way around
    Outland
    Brazil < Terry Gilliam from Monty Python directed this. Fantastic movie.

    oh oh! more!
    Delicatessen
    City of lost children

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    2001:A Space Odyssey, the sequel, 2010 was pretty good. Silent Running is a movie I can't recommend enough. And there are two exellent sci fi films in theaters right now: Moon and District 9.

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    I don't really remember that movie, but I recommend you Buck Rogers \o/ it's really oldschool
    But seriously, I would recomend:
    -Solaris
    -Stalker
    -The day the earth stood still (the old one - and the new one)
    -Mars Atack
    -Alien (1,2 and 3) - I LOOVE that series
    -2001
    -Planet of Apes
    -Metropolis (this is REALLY classic, you should see it if you didn't yet )

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    Some slightly more Earth bound Science Fiction:

    The Village of the Damned (1960), based on 'The Midwich Cuckoos' by John Wyndham. (Stay away from the 1995 remake with Christopher Reeve that moves the story to the US for no dicernable logical reason what-so-ever!)

    The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961). Brilliant and realistic (for 1961!) film of what would happen if twin nuclear explosions moved the Earth closer to the sun. Told through the eyes of a newspaper reporter.

    Fahrenheit 451 (1966) Based on Ray Bradbury's book about a near future world where books are banned.

    Brazil (1985) Terry Gilliam movie about a dystopian near future Britain. With Monty Python members and a bizarre cameo by Robert de Niro.

    The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) Surreal movie with David Bowie who plays the first alien visitor to Earth.

    Doppelganger (Journey the the Far Side of the Sun) (1969) - Gerry (Thunderbirds) Anderson live action movie starring Roy (The Invaders) Thinnes, as an astronaut who discovers a mirror version of Earth.

    I also recommend the Quatermass movies, but moreso the TV series. If you can track down the original BBC 'Quatermass and the Pit' which was broadcast in the '50s you are in for a scary treat, mixing horror and sci-fi it was the first TV series that brought Britain to a standstill because everyone wanted to see it!

    Then there is 1950's US sci fi - This Island Earth, Forbidden Planet, Invaders from Mars, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Them, The Time Machine (1960)... Some of which deal with social issues, but in a metaphorical way.

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    Dark City is a very underrated sci-fi film. Brazil's still my favourite with Blade Runner & Equilibrium a close second. Also really liked Primer even though it's impossible to fully understand the plot.

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    day of the triffids, bbc tv series

    pure survivalist gold in my opinion.

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    Mad Cross: Yeeeep, that's the one !, thanks a lot !!, and thanks for the other ones.

    Bill: Indeed. It looks like internet is useful for other things besides p*rn.

    Thanks a lot to everyone, there are few movies I have to check.

    This is my recommendation list:

    1984 (a must see)
    2001:A Space Odyssey (Arthur C Clarke + Kubrick)
    2010
    Avalon
    Alien 1
    Blade Runner (And the "making of" Dangerous Days, I really love this movie)
    Brazil (Terry "Genius" Gilliam)
    Fifth Element (Funny + Bruce Willis + milla jovovich + a lot of design ("inspired" from metropolis and updated))
    Gattaca
    Logans Run (Great indeed)
    Mad Max
    Metropolis (1927)
    Outland (Yeah, My men are SHIT! )
    Planet of Apes 1
    Sleeper (Not really SciFi... but it's Woody Allen's)
    Solaris (Tarkovsky)
    Spaceballs (No really SciFi but...)
    Stalker (Tarkovsky)
    Terminator 1
    The Thing
    The Time Machine (1960)
    THX 1138 (George "yes, I can screw all the sagas because I can" Lucas)
    Twelve Monkeys (Gilliam again + Bruce willis + Bratt Pitt + Madeleine Stowe)


    And well.. SciFi+Anime:

    Cowboy bebop
    Ghost in the shell (just everything)
    FLCL
    And of course... Evangelion (no shitty new movies, the original ones + death & rebirth + End of Evangelion)

    And some more I just can't remember right now.

    Thanks again to everyone

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    Don't forget AKIRA...

    I Married a Monster from Outer Space

    IT Came From Outer Space

    Moon Zero Two

    Quartermass and the Pit

    Robinson Cruso On Mars

    The Andromeda Strain (NOT the TV one)

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    alot of great suggestions thrown out, and I think that my list will pretty much just echo whats already been said, but I'll add it for emphasis anyhow. My favorites of the 20th century (though I guess they're all 70s, 80s, and 90s), each for its own reasons:

    Alien
    Blade Runner
    Terminator
    Robocop
    (John Carpenter's) The Thing
    Escape from New York
    Repo Man
    Gattaca
    Back to the Future
    12 Monkeys
    Contact
    Darkstar
    Flash Gordon
    They Live
    Total Recall
    Starship Troopers
    Akira

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    "Bad Taste" a Peter Jackson classic, and "The Last Starfighter" for one bad-ass spaceship!

    [edit]...forgot to add "Explorers", sorry, i'm an 80's kid, i love all that cheesy shit

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    I thought of other movies...

    Enemy Mine
    Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai
    Stargate (and the series, too)
    Abyss
    Event Horizon
    Titan A.E.
    Starship Troopers
    Battle Beyond the Stars
    Flash Gordon
    Independence Day

    Now my turn...I'm trying to think of two sci-fi movies that I saw a long time ago. They were from the '60s...one was about space explorers to Mars finding a female Martian. She was green and had bizarre hairdo that was like the Jimmy Neutron do. One by one, the crewmembers are found dead and it turned out that she was feeding on them like a vampire. In the end, she dies and they find some eggs she left behind.

    Another one had scene where the space explorers stumble into a bunch of skeletons of giant aliens...they had ridges on top of their head. Don't remember much else.

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    forgot to add "Explorers", sorry, i'm an 80's kid, i love all that cheesy shit
    man, I loved that one as a kid. Went back and watched it again a few months ago and... ugh, kinda shaky. I mean, the first half is still really really good, but once the aliens show up it just goes to crap in my opinion

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavePalumbo View Post
    man, I loved that one as a kid. Went back and watched it again a few months ago and... ugh, kinda shaky. I mean, the first half is still really really good, but once the aliens show up it just goes to crap in my opinion
    Agreed. I thought the same...and then when the aliens show up and start mimicking silly scenes from their favorite earth movies. I couldn't watch any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Cross View Post
    Agreed. I thought the same...and then when the aliens show up and start mimicking silly scenes from their favorite earth movies. I couldn't watch any more.
    As James Cole (Bruce Willis) would say in 12 monkeys:

    "The movie never changes. It can't change. But everytime you see it, it seems different because you're different. You see different things."

    ...and I would add "...you see things differently"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Cross View Post
    Now my turn...I'm trying to think of two sci-fi movies that I saw a long time ago. They were from the '60s...one was about space explorers to Mars finding a female Martian. She was green and had bizarre hairdo that was like the Jimmy Neutron do. One by one, the crewmembers are found dead and it turned out that she was feeding on them like a vampire. In the end, she dies and they find some eggs she left behind.

    Another one had scene where the space explorers stumble into a bunch of skeletons of giant aliens...they had ridges on top of their head. Don't remember much else.

    Ideas, anyone?
    Queen of Blood? Only thing I can think of.


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    4 more:

    Baraka, Waterworld, The Postman, EXistenZ

    ...and everyone, please take a look at the 1st post.

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    2001: A Space Odyssey
    Alien
    Blade Runner
    Aliens
    Children of Men
    The Day the Earth Stood Still (the original)
    The Thing
    Terminator 1/2
    Moon (still in theaters, pretty limited release)
    District 9 (still in theaters)
    Robocop
    Gojira (the only actually well-made Godzilla movie)

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    I have one for you all to dig through your databases with: What movie is the one where these two guys land on the moon and there are these killer cyborg things running around? One of the guys gets killed and there is a scene where the dude looks out the window of his tent to see his friend's face stretched over one of the killer cyborg things. Also, later on he finds some nude chick chillin' on the moon and of course they take the time to have sex even though there are killer cyborg things running around.

    From what I remember it looked to be made in the 70s maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poshspice View Post
    The Day the Earth Caught Fire (1961). Brilliant and realistic (for 1961!) film of what would happen if twin nuclear explosions moved the Earth closer to the sun. Told through the eyes of a newspaper reporter.
    That is an excellent excellent film!

    The Man From Earth is another good one. It's pretty low key, about a man who claims be be 14,000 years old. It goes to some interesting places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burtzum View Post
    I have one for you all to dig through your databases with: What movie is the one where these two guys land on the moon and there are these killer cyborg things running around? One of the guys gets killed and there is a scene where the dude looks out the window of his tent to see his friend's face stretched over one of the killer cyborg things. Also, later on he finds some nude chick chillin' on the moon and of course they take the time to have sex even though there are killer cyborg things running around.

    From what I remember it looked to be made in the 70s maybe.
    Would that be MOONTRAP with Bruce Campbell and Walter Koenig? Made in 1989 acctualy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuneFishUK View Post
    That is an excellent excellent film!

    The Man From Earth is another good one. It's pretty low key, about a man who claims be be 14,000 years old. It goes to some interesting places.
    I think yo mean " The man who fell to earth, " with David bowie, right?

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    Forgot to add one more...Lifeforce. This 1985 movie is pretty weird, with a space vampire that turns people into zombies. I'm not sure if I would recommend it unless you like the idea of a space vampire as a lady who's naked for the whole film. And oh, by the way, Patrick Stewart is in that movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timpaatkins View Post
    I think yo mean " The man who fell to earth, " with David bowie, right?
    No, although that is another very good film (It's already been mentioned a couple of times)

    I do mean The Man From Earth (2007)

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