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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Laughing-Skull, Dec 6, 2017.
sadly, Planet of the Cheap Special Effects never got made
Its writers got lost in a nebula made of alcohol vapors while they were searching for inspiration. They will possibly show up when they run out of pretzels & beer nuts.
it was Michael O'Donoghue from National Lampoon and Chevy Chase
at least one of them is dead
Somehow I never saw Babylon 5 in the 90's (alot going on in my life back then, newly married, kids, moving to several houses, job changes... oiy). Now I've just started Season 5. GREAT SHOW!
The Expanse - awesome show. It's sort of how I picture SC working.
How about Planet of the Apes?
Some Twilight Zone episodes
The best always pass way too soon & well before the rest of us are ready.
Many great movies already mentioned, maybe add
Does E.T. Count?
There will be a "Lost in space"- Netflix series in 2018! So keep an eye on that guys
Wanted to say Dr. Who and District 9, too (but its not really space based, isn't it? (I'm always imagining myself as british gentleman when i say that))
totally forgot Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Red Dwarf heard about it several times, but i don't think its a big thing yet in germany.
Valarian and the City of a Thousand World
Well, District 9 (and Edge of Tomorrow, as well) are both set on earth but they happen to have aliens and spaceships in them. Doctor Who, though, involves quite a bit of space travel. The TARDIS is, after all, a space ship.
No one listed Star Blazers? Whatsa matta with you all?
That other stuff is good, but this is the coolest ship ever! I could wipe out a fleet of Kingships with the Argo's Wave Motion Gun. Episode after episode, the Argo destroyed entire fleets of Javelin-like ships. I also like reading Warhammer 40,000 novels, give those a try.
Space balls enough said!
This list could be going on for ever... These are the first ones that comes to mind....
Star Wars (The Empire/First Order)
Star Trek (Mostly the Birds of prey)
Edge of tomorrow
And so on...
Battlestar Galactica (both series)
Robotech / Macross
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Stargate SG1, Atlantis, Beyond Universe
Transformers original animated series and some of the movies
2001 : A Space Odyssey
Independence Day (not ID2)
The Black Hole
Well y'all have started the good ones...
So I'll go with:
All of them.
And because no one has mentioned it:
This is such a great list.