- Nov 7, 2009
- Reaction score
- Negishima Space Center
Pretty good, I think! A lot of flaws, scientific, plot-related and otherwise, but still quite good.
The soundtrack was quite cool.
Is the soundtrack composed of theatricals or does it have some dark underground electronic elements to it.
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From what I hear it's a good movie seriously hampered by explaining itself way too much. As one of my favourite critics put it "...you get the impression that the cast is constantly afraid of Neil DeGras Tyson barking in on them to check their numbers any moment now".
Did anyone bother to at least estimate the amount of deltaV they used in the film?
At least approximately, since we don't know the orbits of the planets accurately.
This is some good advice.I haven't seen the movie, but my advice would be "Don't". The result would probably just annoy you, and ruin a good story.
Imagine how for example soldiers, lawyers, doctors or crime scene investigators feel when writers tears up the rulebook to make a plot for some story.
Saw the movie yesterday. Overall, I was extremely underwhelmed. The graphics/visuals were good, and that's just about where my praise ends.
Other than that I was just really disappointed. They threw in a lot of science "stuff," but got it wrong in a lot of places, which to me is just worse than not even trying at all. I'd rather have something like Avatar that doesn't even really TRY to be science-fact, rather than something that claims to try but fails. Being cavalier with science when you claim to be trying to be factual is fine if your plot justifies it, but there just wasn't enough here to justify things.
The audio levels seemed poorly done in a lot of places, and it was at times difficult to hear the dialogue due to the loud music. I guess it wasn't that big of a deal, since the dialogue was often rather cheesy anyway.
Incomplete list of things that bothered me (decode here):