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Andromeda Nebula - A Soviet production that was meant to be a trilogy, though the sequels were never filmed due to 'complications', has space faring humans battle an invisible enemy.
Primer - I wasn't impressed with this, actually I found it quite dull. I have heard that multiple viewings are needed to 'get it' so I'll eventually come to rewatch it.
Test Pilot Pirxa - Based on a story by Stanislav Lem about the nature of man, robots, and their coexistence.
Petlya Oriona - A wonderful premise that could not be realised at the time by the filmmakers. I hope someone tries to remake it.
The Satan Bug - An entertaining diversion that deals with a 'scientist' that is threatening to use a test lab virus on citizenry. I thought it was well paced but the last third had too many ridiculous things occur. Oh well. Tretya Planeta - This concerns a man on a search for his daughter in a 'zone' much like the one in Stalker. It's a little odd and some of it didn't make sense to me to be honest.
Immortal (Ad Vitam) - By Eniki Bilal, the same guy that made Tykho Moon and Bunker Palace Hotel. All of the films have a larger than life comic book feel to them and well realised, distinctive worlds. Metropia - The atmosphere in this film is generated mainly by the wonderfully unique art style. It has been compared to 1984 lots of time.
Extraction - It feels very 'independant' and the 'drug trade' scenario just seems unrealistic. It's similar to The Cell and Ana: Mindscape in that it deals with entering the mind of a person.
Outland - A good movie it is, unfortunately it never really aims for anything more. Actually everything is good, from acting to scenery to plot.
Thomas in Love - Thomas in love is a claustrophobic look at the potential future of the relationship between humans and computing technology.
The Man From Earth - While I really like the premise the acting was T.V. Hallmark style, ugh.
The Noah -
My taste buds are most aroused when they encounter Fantasy (Science Fiction in particular), Mysteries (who doesn't like a who-dunnit?), cutesy stuff, films with children/teenagers as protagonists, war films (recently), and I am occasionally (really) taken by overwrought comedies. There are other things that take my fancy like slick action sequences, Think (or rather: Muddle-the-Brain) Pieces, and pretty girls, but I'd deem them to be slightly lesser qualities that I look for in movies. I haven't watched too many documentaries or short films so there are very few of those in this list and I'm trying to watch a lot more of the older films, and a lot less of the Bad American Comedy sub-genre.
Some of the details below are outdated... Languages: Arabic: 3) Bambara/Fulah: 1 ) Bengali: 4) Cantonese: 7) Czech/Slovak: 7) Danish: 2) English: 317) French: 46) German: 11) Greek: 2) Hungarian: 2) Italian: 12) Japanese: 41) Korean: 8) Mandarin: 11) Marathi: 1) Mayan: 1) Mongolian: 1) Norwegian: 1) Persian: 5) Polish: 5) Portuguese: 1) Romanian: 1) Russian: 22) Serbo-Croatian: 9) Spanish: 15) Swedish: 7) Tibetan: 1) Turkish: 1)
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And here's a List of Studios\Companies that are posting free movies online: Megogo.net: A selection of a dozen ex-Soviet film companies Lenfilm: On youtube Mosfilm: On youtube KoreanFilm: On youtube TOR: On youtube KADR: On youtube