New Line Cinema had developed a remake with James Cameron, Nelson Gidding and Stirling Silliphant attached at different points. In 2007, DreamWorks set up the project with David Twohy set to direct. W...
I chose to nominate Forbidden Planet for the movie of the month for many reasons. The first is because of the love of sic-fi that I share with many people on this forum. 1950s sci-fi is one of my fa...
Which Planet of the Apes did you like better?
Planet of the Apes (1968) Charlton Heston
Planet of The Apes (2001) Mark Wahlberg
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2001) Andy Serkis
I kinda li...
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The film's Freudian theme is very cleverly metaphorized through thoughtful, seemingly unimportant details (the cook's lust for drinking, the men's lust for the daughter, etc.) and more obvious representations (the tiger jumping at the commander and the daughter, the robot being the most likable and ....
This is about how Forbidden Planet became one of the most important sci-fi films to be made and literally changed the future...Not only the future of sci fi films, but the future of women's fashions...I'm talking the mini skirt.