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    Back To The Future
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    I vote for StarTrek. They are not the hell your whales.
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    Star Trek .... Engage....
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    star wars the originals not the new shit , I hate to say it but I wish peter jackson made the latest three , george lucas made a total goof of his own product.
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    Star Wars.

    I remember watching EP IV and V at the cinema. When I was younger, I had a Star Wars "room". Everything was done in Star Wars, bed spread, sheets, wallpaper, lamps, my mother even panted the ceiling black and put those glow in the dark stars on it. I had every action figure made, and most of the ships too.
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  6. Star Wars.

    Although not to the extent as disturbed1 above, but I too had a lot of those toys, Xwing, Death Star, and many action figures.
    They are still up in my fathers attic, but probably not worth anything, not mint condition.
    I always seemed to break the light sabor that slide out of their arms. Real high tech for the time.
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  7. Originally Posted by disturbed1
    Star Wars.

    My mother even panted the ceiling black and put those glow in the dark stars on it.

    Now that's a cool mom.


    I love Sci-Fi stuff, so it's tough for me to decide. But, I have to go with Star Wars.
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    Tough call. Aliens 3 and 4 ruiined that series. Star Trek only had a few good ones, and it was all relative. Matrix 3 was unsatisfying after 1 and 2. I guess Star wars, but I will reserve judgement to see #3 (anyone need a purple light saber that says BAMF on it?)
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  9. I'm assuming you meant the "proper" Star Wars movies, not the new piles of shit that have been made ? If so then thats my vote.


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  10. Originally Posted by Gazorgan
    Tough call. Aliens 3 and 4 ruiined that series. Star Trek only had a few good ones, and it was all relative. Matrix 3 was unsatisfying after 1 and 2. I guess Star wars, but I will reserve judgement to see #3 (anyone need a purple light saber that says BAMF on it?)

    Have you see the SE version of Alien3? I didn't realy care for the regular version but, with the added scenes... it very watchable.

    Still not sure how the Alien eggs got on board.
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    Too bad that the guitar solo was not performed by Micheal but Tim May
    although "he could play the guitar just like he's ringin' a bell"
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  12. Star Trek.....Make it So !!!!
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    Star Wars. Seems like they were the right type of movies at the right time. Millions of whacked out Trekkies can't be wrong.
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    Originally Posted by tompika
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    Too bad that the guitar solo was not performed by Micheal but Tim May
    although "he could play the guitar just like he's ringin' a bell"
    But he did play the opening riff!!
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  15. Originally Posted by tgpo
    But he did play the opening riff!!
    I don't think so.

    When Eric Stolz was cast for the part of Marty the soundtrack was already on tape
    (Mark Campbell sang, Tim May played the guitar)
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    Originally Posted by tompika
    Originally Posted by tgpo
    But he did play the opening riff!!
    I don't think so.

    When Eric Stolz was cast for the part of Marty the soundtrack was already on tape
    (Mark Campbell sang, Tim May played the guitar)
    Michael J Fox talked about in on the DVDs. He said the he learned the opening riff so they could specifically film him playing it.

    I'm not saying he played the guitar on the soundtrack, but the guitar playing on stage was him and it was the correct notes.
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  17. Originally Posted by tgpo
    Michael J Fox talked about in on the DVDs. He said the he learned the opening riff so they could specifically film him playing it.

    I'm not saying he played the guitar on the soundtrack, but the guitar playing on stage was him and it was the correct notes.
    I believe he learned every notes Tim played it looks so realistic he lipsynched and strummed, every single finger movement and hand positioning was correct.
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    I vote for StarTrek. They are not the hell your whales.
    I also vote for Star Trek. They hell they are.
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  19. Originally Posted by indolikaa
    Originally Posted by gitreel
    I vote for StarTrek. They are not the hell your whales.
    I also vote for Star Trek. They hell they are.
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    Aliens.

    Pity Bladerunner was not a series.....

    Best TV series - Firefly.

    Now, if that ever makes it to a movie....
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  21. there isn't much science in star wars... if you're being picky then star wars is more fantasy than sci-fi
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    The best all time Sci-Fi series has got to be DR.WHO.
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    tough call here. Maybe Back to the Future for 3 overall decent movies. the other series have at least 1 or more clunkers in it. Back to the Future 2 wasn't the word's best movie but was worth watching. Star Trek V Star Wars Episode I Alien 3 & Matrix 2 aren't even worth the price of a blank DVD!

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    are you mad?! BTTF2 was the best one! 3 was weakest because of the elongated and predicatble love thing with doc and clara. star trek is good, but now less than 50% good nemesis broke the odd/even rule by being both lame and a copy of insurrection (which in itself was lame and a copy of generations [which was really lame and practically a B movie])
    Don't know if they'll do another, i bet patrick stewart is expensive now!
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  25. Diddent the site have this poll last year? Just wondering.

    But no Spaceship Yamato or Macross?
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    Originally Posted by NightWing
    Diddent the site have this poll last year? Just wondering.
    Nope
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  27. Star Wars. The matrix shouldn't even be listed after the way the series ended.
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    *clamps hands on ears* LALALALALALA HAVEN'T SEEN THE LAST ONE YET! LAAAALALALA!
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    I vote none of the above.

    The Terminator trilogy was my favorite!
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    The Babylon 5 telemovies are the best (yeah, I'm a B5 fan....)
    ]The Terminator trilogy was also great!
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