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The reason Arthur and Ford were cast into space by the Vogons: Adams thought the radio series was being cancelled, so he killed the characters off in what he thought was the last episode. He was wrong, and needed to bring the characters back. The result: Infinite Improbability Drive.
Akira was hugely influential, but I found it to be a snoozefest.
Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise (1987), while not popular in Japan, is worth a watch. It's about the first space launch on an alternate Earth- pretty much "The Wrong Stuff" because the effort has no prestige and the government expects it to fail.
A Clockwork Orange. Disgusting movie, and I'm not easily disgusted.
Pretty tame by today's standards and you have to bear in mind that most movies are of their time, in other words they often reflect culture and society at that time. On top of which Kubrick. Alos, disgust is in the brain of the beholder - I can't disqualify because your stomach turns!
Keep your friends close. Keep Kill your enemies closer. The End
That movie was of my time (I was in high school in 1971), so I get the context. And yeah, it's tame by today's standards, and I try to avoid similar movies regardless of when they were produced. I understand that the original novel by Anthony Burgess had a different ending that helped some. I've never read it.
Maybe it's my age and the way my life philosophy has developed over the years, but I find the world is full enough of real evil that I don't wish to experience more of it in the fiction I watch.
Hey, other folk love that movie, and hail it as a classic. That's cool, I don't judge people for their tastes, we're not clones, it just isn't for me.
If you think 'goto' is evil, try writing an Assembly program without JMP.