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Originally posted by Hellhound604
9. Quest for fire
Originally posted by whaaa
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Writers:Harry Bates (story)
Edmund H. North (screenplay)
Release Date:28 September 1951 (USA)
Yes theres an ahead of its time female android in the movie metropolis 1927,but is it actually a science fiction movie? not really and i hate the way the russian solaris shifts back and forth between b/w and color,like a lot of tarkovsky films do, because of,unfortunately,budget restraints and i find the original b/w day the earth stood still a little over rated, while other color science fiction films also from the 1950's such as forbidden planet,invaders from mars and war of the worlds are all superior on multiple levels,with longer lasting influence as well...
Originally posted by drakus
I'd choose Metropolis and 2001 as influencial.
And Solaris (the original Tarkovsky version) as one of the biggest brain-melter of all time