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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by blackjack21(m): 8:37pm On Mar 25
mekaprime:

I totally get you bro, but you see, it's a SciFi movie and most SciFi movies don't obey the laws of physics and as such, anything goes. You saw the kind of advanced weaponry & cloning technology used in the movie, so that shot of his could be AI(artificial intelligence) assisted. If you haven't see Wanted, I'd really love you to check it out. Compared to Wanted, that feat seems very real & possible.
Well I guess that's why 'most' are not the best.
"Wanted" by Angelina Jolie and Freeman? That movie is not a science fiction.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 8:38pm On Mar 25
mekaprime:

Tom Holland has been staring as voice act in animated movies of recent. He also stared as a voice actor in Pixar's Onward animated flick.

Yep, I've noticed too.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by TheMainMan: 8:56pm On Mar 25
Nairalandgirl:

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 9:19pm On Mar 25
blackjack21:

Well I guess that's why 'most' are not the best.
"Wanted" by Angelina Jolie and Freeman? That movie is not a science fiction.

I said most, oops! i think it's all. If you're looking for a sci-fi movie were all it's scenes obeys the laws of physics, then my good man, be prepared to be disappointed.

As for wanted, yeah, I know it's not a sci-fi movie. The idea/topic of discussion here was what seems possible and as such, if we all tolerated the shenanigans in a non SciFi movie like Wanted, why shouldn't we tolerate a scene from a sci-fi movie.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by jugger: 9:23pm On Mar 25
That scene where Angelina killed the whole squad in a semi circular formation with a single bullet is forever etched in my memory.



That movie would have given Albert Einstein a heart attack if he had alive to see it grin
mekaprime:


I said most, oops! i think it's all. If you're looking for a sci-fi movie were all it's scenes obeys the laws of physics, then my good man, be prepared to be disappointed.

As for wanted, yeah, I know it's not a sci-fi movie. The idea/topic of discussion here was what seems possible and as such, if we all tolerated the shenanigans in a non SciFi movie like Wanted, why shouldn't we tolerate a scene from a sci-fi movie.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 9:28pm On Mar 25
jugger:
That scene where Angelina killed the whole squad in a semi circular formation with a single bullet is forever etched in my memory.



That movie would have given Albert Einstein a heart attack if he had alive to see it grin

Lolz, it definitely would have done that my good man. He would have sure kicked the bucket instantly if he had seen that scene.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by Ravioli(m): 9:37pm On Mar 25
mekaprime:


The silence of the lambs

Mystic river

Bird box

inception
Triangle
Limitless
Lights out
Don't breath
Get out
Gone girl
Fractured
Searching
Trance
Number 23
Memento
Prisoners
Flight plan
Shutter island
Now you're next
The invitation
A quiet place
Looper
Predestination
No country for old men
Sicario
The cabin in the woods
Enemy
The hateful eight
American Psycho
Escape from Pretoria
The fugitive
Seven
Enemy of the state
The sixth sense
Mulholland Drive
Training Day
Identity
The prestige
The illusionist
Zodiac
Sherlock Holmes
La Confidential
Old boy
Exam
Devil
Non-stop
Everest


grin

GRACIAS
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by bolliejay(m): 10:33pm On Mar 25
ABEJOYE SEASON 3 Part 1 & 2
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by joshingjosh(m): 10:52pm On Mar 25
Who can list movies that have similar plots like

Blacklist
Seal team
White collar
Burn notice
Valour....

Thanks
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by blackjack21(m): 11:48pm On Mar 25
mekaprime:


I said most, oops! i think it's all. If you're looking for a sci-fi movie were all it's scenes obeys the laws of physics, then my good man, be prepared to be disappointed.

As for wanted, yeah, I know it's not a sci-fi movie. The idea/topic of discussion here was what seems possible and as such, if we all tolerated the shenanigans in a non SciFi movie like Wanted, why shouldn't we tolerate a scene from a sci-fi movie.

No, I'm certainly not looking because I've found some long ago.
Interstellar
The Martian
Alien covenant
Prometheus
Cloverfield
Life
I Watched some scientists like Neil deGresse Tyson giving commentary about some of these movies and he had to rate them as Bombshell.
You may have watched most of them...?
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by nani667: 12:18am On Mar 26
So a quarter way into Jojo Rabbit and I jus had to delete the movie... WTF is that all about ❓
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by Assumzy(f): 12:18am On Mar 26
Legend of the blue sea
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by Plead(m): 2:34am On Mar 26
Crazy Rich Asians

Genre: Romance comedy

9/10


Nice one from warnerbros. This is the first time I’m rating a movie above 8/10, the actors finished work and the plot was also top notch.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 7:13am On Mar 26
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 7:18am On Mar 26
jugger:
That scene where Angelina killed the whole squad in a semi circular formation with a single bullet is forever etched in my memory.



That movie would have given Albert Einstein a heart attack if he had alive to see it grin

LMAO, bullet just they disobey law of projectiles anyhow. Turn left, right suddenly without no issue. grin
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by jugger: 7:23am On Mar 26
Bros, I weak grin

abduleez1:


LMAO, bullet just they disobey law of projectiles anyhow. Turn left, right suddenly without no issue. grin

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 7:24am On Mar 26
Kaycee7:
Fear Nani. Person wey still stubborn dey follow Flash and Supergirl. E go shock you, he'll come back and say it was a very entertaining movie.

LMAO grin grin

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 7:37am On Mar 26
omoowhe:

Has Jiang Ziya been released

Nope. It's coming out sometime this year but with Coronavirus things might change. But be hopeful since 700+ cinemas just opened in China. So the recovery is coming into full effect over there, gradually.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by Riele(f): 7:53am On Mar 26
Assumzy:
Legend of the blue sea

Lmao . Interesting Korean series .

Old movie .
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 8:18am On Mar 26
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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 8:23am On Mar 26
blackjack21:

No, I'm certainly not looking because I've found some long ago.
Interstellar
The Martian
Alien covenant
Prometheus
Cloverfield
Life
I Watched some scientists like Neil deGresse Tyson giving commentary about some of these movies and he had to rate them as Bombshell.
You may have watched most of them...?

Really, are you sure about that. I doubt if all the scenes in those movies obeys the laws of physics.
First in interstellar, the wormhole shenanigan & how one can space jump from Galaxies to the other while making use of them is impracticable.
Do you know the kind of speed a rocket needs to propel itself to and fro a wormhole?
Have you considered the pressure the effect of such jump would have on the craft?
How do you seriously plot a course to the other side of the other side which you intend to jump to?
How do you initiate a wormhole?
Have you considered the effect such jump would have on the crew?
How do you know wormholes exist naturally in the universe?
In the movie, the wormhole was said to be created by an advanced civilization, how many of those civilization has been discovered yet?
Does the laws of physics permit traversable wormholes?
In practical, nothing like this exists. All it is, is a theoretical speculation and since there are no definitive evidence to support the said theory, I'd gladly say it defiles physics as we all know it.
Note that this is just on wormholes, i could pick up another subject in that movie which defiles the laws of physics as we know it.

As for the rest, of the list, don't even go there, cause they are far worse than interstellar. Seriously, Prometheus, alien convent & life. These 3 are the most terrible of the list.
See the fact is that no SciFi movie 100% obeys the laws of physics. The highest you get is a 60-70%.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is theoretical astrophysicist, whatever confirms to his ideas/ theories is fine by him, but another astrophysicist who has a contrary idea might debunk all he says. So, as long as there are no definitive evidence/proof to collaborate those theories, its all ideas & nothing more.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 8:28am On Mar 26
Kaycee7:
Fear Nani. Person wey still stubborn dey follow Flash and Supergirl. E go shock you, he'll come back and say it was a very entertaining movie.

LMFAO, you sabi am wella.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by SalomonKane: 8:28am On Mar 26
mekaprime:

Really, are you sure about that. I doubt if all the scenes in those movies obeys the laws of physics.
First in interstellar, the wormhole shenanigan & how one can space jump from Galaxies to the other while making use of them is impracticable.
Do you know the kind of speed a rocket needs to propel itself to and fro a wormhole?
Have you considered the pressure the effect of such jump would have on the craft?
How do you seriously plot a course to the other side of the other side which you intend to jump to?
How do you initiate a wormhole?
Have you considered the effect such jump would have on the crew?
How do you know wormholes exist naturally in the universe?
In the movie, the wormhole was said to be created by an advanced civilization, how many of those civilization has been discovered yet?
Does the laws of physics permit traversable wormholes?
In practical, nothing like this exists. All it is, is a theoretical speculation and since there is no definitive evidence to support the said theory, I'd gladly say it defiles physics as we all know it.
Note that this is just on wormholes, i could pick up another subject in that movie which defiles the laws of physics as we know it.

As for the rest, of the list, don't even go there, cause they are far worse than interstellar. Seriously, Prometheus, alien convent & life. These 3 are the most terrible of the list.
See the fact is that no SciFi movie 100% obeys the laws of physics. The highest you get is a 60-70%.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is theoretical astrophysicist, whatever confirms to his ideas/ theories is fine by him, but another astrophysicist who has a contrary idea might debunk all he says, so, as long as there are no definitive evidence/proof to collaborate those theories, its all ideas & nothing more.
That's why it's Sci-fi. Science Fiction.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by Bratking(m): 8:31am On Mar 26
It's funny reading the verbose of someone that has no idea of what they are talking about.

Quantum physicists have stated that Interstellar got the science of wormholes, black holes and space travel theoretically right, and yet, a nobody with an ITK complex seems to think otherwise.

Some people ehn.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 8:32am On Mar 26
SalomonKane:
That's why it's Sci-fi. Science Fiction.

Am not disputing that my good man, that's what I want blackjack21 to understand. It's called Science fiction movies & not science movies, as as such, don't expect 100% conformity to science.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 8:50am On Mar 26
Bratking:
It's funny reading the verbose of someone that has no idea of what they are talking about.

Quantum physicists have started that Interstellar got the science of wormholes, black holes and space travel theoretically right, and yet, a nobody with an ITK complex seems to think otherwise.

Some people ehn.

Okuko mmanya na-egbu ahubegh i mmanwulu ara na-ayi. Mara na O bulu na i taa m aru n'ike, ma i zeghi nshi; mu taa gi aru n'isi, agaghi m ezere uvulu.

You call out people for taking things hook line & sinker without asking questions, yet you're guilty of the same offense. Science is not Arts, so long as there are no proof to collaborate those findings on wormholes, it all but theories.

keep pushing hard, ekwunsu anu i na cho, i ga fu ya.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by Bratking(m): 9:01am On Mar 26
mekaprime:


Okuko mmanya na-egbu ahubegh i mmanwulu ara na-ayi. Mara na O bulu na i taa m aru n'ike, ma i zeghi nshi; mu taa gi aru n'isi, agaghi m ezere uvulu.

You call out people for taking what the see hook line & sinker, yet you're guilty of the same offense. Science is not Arts, so long as there are no proof to collaborate those findings on wormholes, it all but theories.

keep pushing hard, ekwunsu anu i na cho, i ga fu ya.

Ka ana achu aja, ka ikpe n' amah ndi mmuo.

Nwanne, be guided.

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Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by blackjack21(m): 10:23am On Mar 26
mekaprime:


Really, are you sure about that. I doubt if all the scenes in those movies obeys the laws of physics.
First in interstellar, the wormhole shenanigan & how one can space jump from Galaxies to the other while making use of them is impracticable.
Do you know the kind of speed a rocket needs to propel itself to and fro a wormhole?
Have you considered the pressure the effect of such jump would have on the craft?
How do you seriously plot a course to the other side of the other side which you intend to jump to?
How do you initiate a wormhole?
Have you considered the effect such jump would have on the crew?
How do you know wormholes exist naturally in the universe?
In the movie, the wormhole was said to be created by an advanced civilization, how many of those civilization has been discovered yet?
Does the laws of physics permit traversable wormholes?
In practical, nothing like this exists. All it is, is a theoretical speculation and since there are no definitive evidence to support the said theory, I'd gladly say it defiles physics as we all know it.
Note that this is just on wormholes, i could pick up another subject in that movie which defiles the laws of physics as we know it.

As for the rest, of the list, don't even go there, cause they are far worse than interstellar. Seriously, Prometheus, alien convent & life. These 3 are the most terrible of the list.
See the fact is that no SciFi movie 100% obeys the laws of physics. The highest you get is a 60-70%.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is theoretical astrophysicist, whatever confirms to his ideas/ theories is fine by him, but another astrophysicist who has a contrary idea might debunk all he says. So, as long as there are no definitive evidence/proof to collaborate those theories, its all ideas & nothing more.

Yes, some part are theories of course but, theories are still cure aspects of true science given That they do not break any established scientific laws.
Wormhole is a well established theory about the action of gravity on the fabric of space time, in fact, it well beyond theory.
I think what you will agree that what science fiction really mean or should be is a movies that show us the possibilities of science and technology- like Aliens, wormhole, jump speed etc. Because, there are possibilities in that... not movies that try to convince us that two parallel lines can meet, which is outright impossible.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by mekaprime: 10:27am On Mar 26
Bratking:


Ka ana achu aja, ka ikpe n' amah ndi mmuo.

Nwanne, be guided.
Hmm.. I na tiela aka na tipa bu aja. Don't say I didn't warn you, o.
steer clear from me, maka na Oke oshimmiri anokataghi rie onye obula nke o na ahughi ukwu ya Anya.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 10:28am On Mar 26
Macbeth (2015)........6.5/10


Mehn, this Shakespearean English just dey destroy person faculties. It's more or less a Play. Decent Performance from Michael Fassbender and Marrion Cottillard.
Nice unique styling or color tone. Rich dialogue.
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by blackjack21(m): 10:29am On Mar 26
Bratking:
It's funny reading the verbose of someone that has no idea of what they are talking about.

Quantum physicists have stated that Interstellar got the science of wormholes, black holes and space travel theoretically right, and yet, a nobody with an ITK complex seems to think otherwise.

Some people ehn.
Now isn't that what make a good science fiction; getting the LAWS and THEORIES right?
Especially the laws
Re: What Movie Are You Watching Now? by abduleez1(m): 10:29am On Mar 26
Missing Link (Animation) ........8.5/10


Nice plot, decent Cinematography, great Voice acting from Hugh Jackman, didn't know he was that good. It was really funny and enjoyable.

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