Sure, Star Wars and Superstar Trek movies are a pair of the very best science fiction classics ever before created, nonetheless they are operating out of cutting-edge realism and not fifties mystical senses. The first appearance of “Star Trek” as T. V. attacks was great science hype but the movies that came in later years were set as cutting-edge realism out of the true classic science fictional sense. I enjoyed observing “Independence Day” but was excited for “Mars Attacks” which was released shortly after “Independence Day”. I had been bewildered at why “Mars Attacks” wasn’t released before “Independence Day” because That i knew “Independence Day” was going to become a mega hit. We thought “Mars Attacks” was going to be a mega hit also but it puttered out after the release of “Independence Day”. I assume maybe the “Mars Attacks” makers thought it would work just fine after “Independence Day” got everyone whooped up into a science hype fever but that had not been the truth. solarmovie
My favorite all time science fiction films are, “Mars Attacks” and “Star Ship Troopers”. Equally have that real feel of science fiction in the sense of typical science fiction. In reality, I’m under the impression the idea of Roter planet (umgangssprachlich) Attacks was taken from the first Star Ship Troopers publication. I haven’t looked at this yet but We did visit a few of the original “Mars Attacks” cards and some acquired bug armies on them.
In 1996 the “Mars Attacks” movie was released based on the “Mars Attacks” trading cards created in 1962. The movie is “Great! “. The “Mars Attacks” movie captured the actual science fiction sense with great special results and characters. The “Mars Attacks” movie never provided that sense of a story that is or could be reality as “Star Wars” and “Star Trek” did. The actual sense of this type of fiction to me is that portrayal of something that can never be real. The invasion of earth by little characters with huge brains holding ray guns displayed for all those future thought what a Martian would look like if Martians were real. Martians before were known as human figures with two antennas protruding from the top back side of their heads but with the discharge of “Mars Attacks” Martians are now seen as small numbers with huge brains and ugly faces. Ever get pissed off at our elected representatives and want to actually see them destroyed? View this “Mars Attacks” film and on the end some small Martians pretend to be negotiating peace with a full seated the legislature then all of a suddenly pull out their ray guns and vaporize that mess of individual beings. Ultimately human creatures find out the Martians weak spot and eliminate them which is always the situation but the “Mars Attacks” movie is well worth the watch. I will watch it many times over rather than get tired of it.
“Star Mail Troopers” was a great flick. I really received into the movies and the sense of typical science fiction was around me. Huge bug soldires handled by a brain bug that let itself be captured just to gather information for an Olympic size bug in the third movie. The characters really fit the image of the movie and the blend into the bugs plot to destroy human life was outstanding. The trooper outfits at least the commanders were kind of 1940ish with futuristic armor that the bugs put a leg spike all the way through. The weapons had clips and they did reload with new clips from time to time but those clips shot so many rounds I was pondering the rifles made their own bullets. But then I came to the conclusion the clips might be power packs and the rifles were firing hot plasma charges. The trooper movies in my own personal judgment were great movies in typical unfamiliar fiction sense and the classic fiction sense is actually I really like. Not really the 1930’s or 1940’s alien fiction but the alien fiction manufactured in the 1950’s and 1950’s era. I did watch the 1966 original Legend Trek episodes. I’ve seen all. I haven’t seen these questions couple of decades and can notice them again.