Read this thread while listening to the masterpiece that is this theme song:
One comment I really liked was:
"This movie isn't just a movie, yes it has some logical flaws, but you have to look over it. You have to look behind its meaning.
This movie pushes the boundaries of film making. This movie shows us how we, the human species, have to look at our future. It tells us, of what we are capable of. It shows what makes us human, what defines us.
This movie is life-changing." -LeadersasAnimals
I strongly agree with this. After watching the movie, I felt changed. I looked outside the window in a way I never have looked at it before. It was a magical feeling. I remember when the credits rolled out, I was both sad and amazed about the movie - sad about the fact that it ended because I did NOT want it to end but also amazed at how good the movie was.
The concept of space travel is both frightening and intriguing at the same time. I would really like to see this ambitious project realize itself within my lifetime. Experience weightlessness in my lifetime. Maybe even go on another planet.
As much as I am lucky to have experienced the rise of the Internet, I kinda would want to trade my place with the man that will be born 50 to 100 years from now that will experience the rise of space travel.
My favorite scene from the movie was definitely
Although the setting was a little dramatic
it still was an excellent movie with great actors. Would definitely like to see a sequel to this.