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Truly great science fiction...
List creator: davedsbca
Created on: July 8, 2004 - 2:26 PM PDT
Description: not killer robots, flesh-eating aliens, or a fairy tale with laserguns and spaceships; it explores the impact of technology on humankind and where it might take us. These movies attempt that (some more successfully than others).

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Blade Runner (Director's Cut) (1982)
  One bot, two bot. Old bot, new bot. This one's sad, and this one's glad, and this one's very, very mad! Why are they sad and glad and mad? I don't know; go ask their dad.
Gattaca (1997)
  Jude Law lends Ethan Hawke his designer genes. Hilarity ensues.
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
  HAL, open the pod bay doors, or so help me, I'll format your hard drive and load Linux!
Brazil (Criterion Collection) (1985)
  Bureaucracy - the seventh level of Hell
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
  Feeling bad? Try Vitamin B-good. Side effects include nausea, sweats, intense cramps and vomiting. Viddy well.
12 Monkeys (Collector's Edition) (1995)
  When the earth's population is decimated by a deadly virus, it's deja-vu all over again, or am I just crazy?
Logan's Run (1976)
  There's more than one way to prevent aging. But, no matter how hard you try to create utopia, some dork has has to go and ruin it.
Zardoz (1973)
  There's more than one way to prevent aging. But, no matter how hard you try to create utopia, some dork has has to go and ruin it.
Silent Running (1971)
  In space, no one can hear you hug a tree.
A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)
  He's a robot and he just wants to be loved -- is that so wrong?
Videodrome (Criterion Collection) (1982)
Not Rated
  Long live the New Flesh!
eXistenZ (1999)
  In another twenty years, this will be known as the XBox XP Pro Special Edition
Strange Days (1995)
  They're like DVDs, except instead of movies, they play back other people's experiences into your brain. In another twenty years, this will be known as Greencine.
Total Recall (1990)
  ...memories...light the corners of my mind...misty water colored memories...of my life on mars...
Minority Report (2002)
  Imagine getting arrested for attempted murder even before you attempted it. I'd be typing this in from prison.
Soylent Green (1973)
  The world is overpopulated and famine is imminent. But don't worry, everything's great when it sits on a Ritz...
The Truman Show (1998)
  A story of media excess. We're practically there already.
Rollerball (1975)
  More media excess. On wheels.
The Running Man (Widescreen) (1987)
  Even more media excess. With chainsaws.
Weird Science (1985)
  Ultimately, I stuck with a career in software engineering even after I realized you can't actually use a computer to do this. ;)

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