I'm interested in good science fiction in any format (book, film, comics, etc.) that explores that idea that we are not alone in the universe, but wildly mismatched with everybody or nearly every else in terms of civilization stages, kinds of technology, perception, etc. [more inside]
I have a question about the film, Gravity, and the geography of its ending. Obviously there are major spoilers if you click through. [more inside]
help me find movies depicting women in a healthy relationship, where her space, interest or financial independence are respected. [more inside]
What are some interesting human-free spaces I could film in Boston or NY? [more inside]
Could people really survive in space, for 10 or so seconds with no protection bar thermal wrap? [more inside]
Trying to find a film I only read about almost ten years ago [more inside]
Please help me find the name of a weird educational science film I watched in high school. It was about the Big Bang and astrophysics. The action took place aboard a set that was supposed to be some kind of space station, where about three people discussed these issues. At the end, everyone got sucked into a black hole and the film ended abruptly.