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  1. Colleen
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    Saw a movie entitled “Starry Night”. No one I know was in it, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It regards Van Gogh reawakening 100 years after his death in New York I think, and finding out his paintings are now so appreciated and valuable. It is funny ,dear, and corny. Enjoyable, but stretching the topic.

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  2. Colleen
    Colleen at |

    Saw a movie entitled “Starry Night”. No one I know was in it, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It regards Van Gogh reawakening 100 years after his death in New York I think, and finding out his paintings are now so appreciated and valuable. It is funny ,dear, and corny. Enjoyable, but stretching the topic.

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  3. Colleen
    Colleen at |

    Saw a movie entitled “Starry Night”. No one I know was in it, but I thoroughly enjoyed it. It regards Van Gogh reawakening 100 years after his death in New York I think, and finding out his paintings are now so appreciated and valuable. It is funny ,dear, and corny. Enjoyable, but stretching the topic.

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  4. BALANCED
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    Then give the download link, thanks.

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    1. BALANCED
      BALANCED at |

      Mentioning :
      Cyborg 2087 -(1966)
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oN9GlHnhXCc

      -a minimalist presentation of the ‘change-the-past — change-the-present’ thought experiment.

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    2. BALANCED
      BALANCED at |

      oH, Thanks anyway, both are showing now on youtube, in episodes.

      Whovian69uk’s channel

      THE FLIPSIDE OF DOMINICK HYDE – part 1

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3n6fRLEY8U

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      1. McBride Library
        McBride Library at |

        February 16 2016

        “THE FLIPSIDE OF DOMINICK HYDE”

        Great concept & subdued acting.

        I’m putting it at #2.

        I searched for a fallacy, yet it came up clean.

        Though its follow-up “Another Flip For Dominick”

        that delves into conflict, Will not make the list.

        The obvious pre-quell, to preempt the singular dog incedent, and its ensuing chain reaction, just has not happened in the follow-up

        One would anticipate

        that an intervention with

        the fatefull dog accident

        could conclude the “flipside

        … ” series, negating the

        premise of a “butterfly

        effect” and letting the star

        live happily ever after.

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  5. Ho Kee Yan
    Ho Kee Yan at |

    It was. I saw it, and its follow-up Another Flip For Dominick, on TV at home in Singapore, way back in time in the last century. Have downloaded it for another viewing one of these days in the near future.

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  6. Keeyan Ho
    Keeyan Ho at |

    I’m surprised no one mentioned The Flip Side of Dominick Hyde about a guy in the future who took a trip back to look up his great great great grandfather, fell in love with a gal and got her pregnant. Interesting story with a surprising ending.

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    1. BALANCED
      BALANCED at |

      Was “The Flip Side of Dominick Hyde ” made into a movie?

      Looks worthwhile, though are the episodes available on the net?

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  7. Paul Levinson
    Paul Levinson at |

    I agree completely with all the good things said about Primer – and certainly with Ed’s point about the absurdity of putting Bill & Ted on the list but not Primer. That said, in terms of movie making, there are problems in Primer – the story didn’t have to be presented in quite such a deadpan way, which did tend to make it less comprehensible.

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  8. Ed
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    Primer as honorable mention?!?!?

    That means you didn’t just forget about it, but actually intentionally left it off the list. But Bill and Ted’s excellent adventure got on…

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  9. John O'Rourke
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    Interesting choice here. I have to admit thought that the choices wouldn’t have been mine.

    Bill and Ted’s adventure was too much like pantomime. still a good movie though.

    Back to the future was a bit like a love story. Well plotted though.

    Star trek (the one with William Shatner was best) didn’t capture the essence

    …In my opinion, H.G. Wells’ THE TIME MACHINE is the one that caught the right idea of time travel. Although it was made in 1959,(came out in 1960) the movie didn’t have the best budget to work on (750,000 us dollars) and this reflected in some of the costumes, graphics etc. However, the movie has something that the rest doesn’t have. I know that this movie stands out from the rest by a mile. H. G Well got it right here, George Pal directed it well and the acting of Rod Taylor was simply brilliant.

    What contributed to its sucess: I suppose the time-lapse photographic effects of the sun and the moon; the future world of canibal, flesh-eating morlocks; the plot of saving mankind and the brilliant acting of Rod.

    So, in my opinion H.G. WELLS’ THE TIME MACHINE is number 1

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    1. BALANCED
      BALANCED at |

      I wanted to agree, since it’s the first exploration
      + an applaudable charactor throughout– though there
      is that mushroom cloud.
      If first place belongs to whoever did
      “not a bad idea” best, then Back to the Future
      gets the #1 slot.
      The original poster, TopTenz Master, has it
      in that place.

      BALANCED

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