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Posted 19 October 2013 - 03:20 PM

View PostAggie, on 12 September 2013 - 06:57 PM, said:

Gravity and Elyseum are on my to watch list and now I have added The quiet Earth.

I am also looking forward to Terminator 5 as I've been a big fan since I was around 14 and I watched the first one.

I am also looking forward to Jurassic Park 4.

I saw Gravity last week - online... it was a very poor copy but couldn't wait to see a new 'space' film!! But I wont give any spoilers, except to say everyone dies at the end and the aliens win. :lol:


Only kidding, no aliens in this movie, but I have since found a much better quality version which Im watching in about an hour, even tho I know the story now I just want to see a higher quality - for any little things I may have missed due to poor colour in the first copy.

Is it as good as hyped?

well that's down to personal opinion isnt it? I just watch most modern films about space/moon/aliens etc as and when they come out....but if it was rally bad I wouldn't be watching it again :tu:

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