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One of the all-time worst movies ever.
I recently watched it for the first time and I couldn't believe the end was like, "Humans, don't nuke each other."
What!?! I watched 93 minutes of this crap so you could lecture me at the end?!
Yes, it's a good idea not to nuke each other. Thanks.
And pick up all your trash too.
PS - Just trying to create some controversy for discussion but I'm serious about it being the worst.
It was a milestone film of its time with some great acting. I agree the ending was poor by today's standards but it was an instant hit in its day, tapping into all the fear and paranoia that America endured after the war.
Keep your friends close. Keep Kill your enemies closer. The End
A lot of movies have to be taken in their proper context to make sense. Over time, I've grown to appreciate movies that are older than I am (so it's not nostalgia), and remakes often stop making sense and instead exist only to showcase special effects.
Hey that is great analysis of that movie and you've honestly made me reconsider a lot of the stuff.
I really like the "give the robots the power and blindly follow them" idea.
I do like the flying saucer and the robot. One of the best robots ever. Great laser-beam eye.