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With his orange hair and a perceptible coked-up jitteriness, Bowie is perfect as the alien, Thomas Jerome Newton: spiky, awkward, uncomfortable in his own skin. But the real stranger in this strange land was cult director Nicolas Roeg, fascinated by the American Southwest — its listless nurses the brilliant Candy Clark and bored college professors a fearless Rip Torn. The movie is filled with daydreamers desperate for a sense of purpose. They instead find television, guns, alcohol and inertia. The result is wickedly smart and knowingly in-jokey without ever ahem alienating the non-nerds.
Buy, rent or watch 'Galaxy Quest'. In a future where plants have become extinct on earth, a handful of starships act as greenhouses, preserving the few remaining specimens in the hope of eventually reforesting the planet. He rebels, kills his co-workers and heads off to tend to his plants with a couple of trusty robots in tow. The film may not have aged perfectly we can live without those willowy Joan Baez numbers , and Lowell is a bit of a blowhard.
But the message is eternal: whatever the risks, man must be his own saviour. Buy, rent or watch 'Silent Running'. Buy, rent or watch 'Gattaca'. This being Hollywood, suave Michael Rennie was perfectly cast as the angular alien — after all, he came from the distant galaxy of Bradford. All well and good until the security system failsis tampered with and a T-Rex and friends go on a chomping rampage.
The cast, led by Sam Neill as a gruff, kid-hating paleontologist and Jeff Goldblum as a chaos-theory rockstar, is an absolute delight. And Spielberg knows how to build a nail-biter of a set-piece, like the now iconic but ever so tense velociraptor kitchen sequence or the central tyrannosaurus attack that was a landmark showcase for then-nascent CGI technology and which, over 25 years later, still looks pretty impressive.
While the film's numerous sequels hagve varied in quality — definitely avoid the third outing — 'Jurassic Park' remains a gold standard when it comes to huge Hollywood blockbusters. Buy, rent or watch 'Jurassic Park'. Effectively, the film splits society into three species: warlike gorillas, intellectual orangutans and cautious chimpanzees what happened to the gibbons?
A recent run of entertaining prequels have only served to enrich the original. Buy, rent or watch 'Planet of the Apes'. Don't despair, struggling filmmakers: you can make your sci-fi classic without a James Cameron-sized budget or any budget, really. Nor do you need a feature-length running time or, amazingly, a motion-picture camera. In it, Paris is reduced to radioactive rubble, but scientists living underground hope to send a dreamer back in time via his strong memories of an alluring woman.
The guy sees her in his mind, they begin to flirt and fall in love, and who can blame him if he never wants to return? Kubrick and Burgess were satirising new forms of psychotherapy, while Cold War totalitarianism was also on their minds. Sci-fi fans will also appreciate that a minor character, Julian, is played by Dave Prowse, aka Darth Vader. Buy, rent or watch 'A Clockwork Orange'.
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Establishment scaremongering about the communist threat against American freedom of conscience seemingly underpins this drumhead-tight B-thriller about sinister extraterrestrial pods taking over small-town California in its sleep. Bruce Willis plays a low-level criminal in a future earth destroyed by disease, sent back in time to trace the roots of the plague. In the process he manages to fall in love with Madeleine Stowe fair enough and gets banged up in a mental institution where he stumbles upon Brad Pitt in one of his first and finest roles as a demented, jittery environmental terrorist.
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By Sara Pritchard. The crackpots in question belong to the Reese family of Ashport, Pa. By Katherine Govier. A wily, intricate, speculative novel about John James Audubon, 48 years old with a wife and a girlfriend; he lives in fear that his eyesight will fail, or he will die before his work is done, or the birds will vanish. Govier depicts him as a man of multiple fidelities, not really able to resolve them all but trying his best to come clean. By Jacqueline Carey. A foamy, delightful novel that concerns distinctly sober subjects, like fidelity, responsibility and greed, all evoked in strife between two sisters one a collector of boyfriends, the other a hard-line businesswoman for the orphaned baby of a third.
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