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  1. JP
    JP at |

    Blade Runner is one of the best sci-fi movies of all times. Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer makes one of their best roles in this movie. I love Blade Runner since the first day that I saw it.

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  2. Stevo
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    Hey… you know you're showing the end scene from blade runner… you should let people know so if they haven't seen it it doesn't ruin the whole movie.

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  3. Akolyte01
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    Wow, clearly Equilibrium took a lot from THX 1138!

    That was a badass movie.

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  4. Alfredo
    Alfredo at |

    I think "Equilibrium" is a good honorable mention.

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  5. Josh B
    Josh B at |

    In a perfect world we could hope for an updated remake of THX 1138 but after the Star Wars prequels and that last Indiana Jones film, I hope George Lucas never gets the chance to do such a thing.

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    1. Anne Iredale
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      I second that!

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      1. jeremy
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        Triple. Also, I heard that when Star Wars was first being conceived, Lucas had thought, at one point, about making Darth Vader gay.

        No, give any future franchises to our Peter Jackson – he'd deal to it and then some.

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  6. Jay
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    Anne,

    I was thinking of Mad Max: Beyond the Thunderdome and so you listed Mad Max in your comments. I just got the Fahrenheit graphic novel so I'm interested in reading it to see how it compares with the dystopian movies I have seen from this list.

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    1. Anne Iredale
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      I didn't know there was a Fahrenheit graphic novel. Sounds cool.

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  7. Anne Iredale
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    Hope everyone enjoys my list. Honorable mentions? Lord of the Flies and Mad Max.

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