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I didn't know about it until this thread. I'll have to search for it.
Remakes don't usually reach the level of the originals.
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yeah and the dark knight is at #4, now that is a movie that wasted way too much time to give nothing.
Only good thing about that list is the worst movie ever didn't make the cut (even though people still talk about it as if it was important).
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I've seen basically all sci-fi movies with IMDb rating higher than 5. Any year, any country (except India, because the ratings are "faked" by India being so populous and subjective) I could find actual movie to watch (French, German, Czech, Polish, Russian, Brazilian, Argentinian sci-fi, etc.) If you want a sci-fi movie that you never seen. I'm here.
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Yes, that's the problem for most people, obviously this film is from another (Soviet) era.
But I always admire film makers that have the audacity to put lengthy scenes in their films.
Think the Soviet film committee was not pleased with some scenes either.
Speaking of lengthy scenes, Michael Haneke's film Caché also has a very lengthy scene in which you only see a house in a dark street for minutes, and nothing happens, love that scene !