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Sunshine

What did you think of it?

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Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 4:16am

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well I just rented it and I loved it best movie I've seen this year!
Tell me what you thought...
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 4:25am

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Are you talking about the sci-fi one where the sun is dying? 'Cause I saw that a little while ago, and I thought it was pretty cool too. I loved the cinematography and effects, and the plot was interesting if a little hard to follow.
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 2:30pm

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Darth Penguin wrote:

Are you talking about the sci-fi one where the sun is dying? 'Cause I saw that a little while ago, and I thought it was pretty cool too. I loved the cinematography and effects, and the plot was interesting if a little hard to follow.
100% agree
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 2:41pm

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I absolutely love it - havn't seen it since it was in theatres approximately a year ago though..
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 8:32pm

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Man I regret not whatching that in theaters! My family has a 63" flat screen tv with 7.1 suround sound! but I bet that's nothing compaired to the silver screen!
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 8:48pm

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It was fantastic until it became a horror movie then it was just average but pretty.
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 9:06pm

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Did anyone else see the short films in the bonus features of the DVD?
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 9:10pm

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ChristianFilmer 100001 wrote:

My family has a 63" flat screen tv with 7.1 suround sound! but I bet that's nothing compaired to the silver screen!
How truly underprivileged you are...




On topic, this was yet another great film from Danny Boyle... The visuals were absolutely top-notch
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 9:12pm

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Bryce007 wrote:

ChristianFilmer 100001 wrote:

My family has a 63" flat screen tv with 7.1 suround sound! but I bet that's nothing compaired to the silver screen!
How truly underprivileged you are...
Hehe yeah smile I watched it on a 31" HD Tube TV with normal speakers, and that was a pretty cool viewing experience.
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 9:21pm

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To be honest it was better for us on our screen than in the cinema.

We have Sunshine on blu-ray (thank god the war is over and we picked the right side) and watched it on our 1080P 48inch screen with surround sound and it was somehow even more stunning than in the cinema.

Its one of those films always intended for HD and and it really shows! If you can watch it on HD give it a go because it really shows you what a difference HD equipment can make to a film and how it can be an even better visual experience than a great cinema.

Not much of a Danny Boyle fan (well, not recent stuff) but up to the horror section Sunshine was the finest Sci-fi film I've ever watched.
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 9:53pm

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schwar wrote:

It was fantastic until it became a horror movie then it was just average but pretty.
This is an irritating theme of a lot of "science fiction" films these days. It's really bothering me.

Oh, and...

...HD-DVD forever! biggrin
Posted: Sun, 27th Jan 2008, 10:24pm

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The "horror" bit really summed up all the psychological aspects of the film. I really liked the direction it went and the climax > ending was just satisfying. I loved Sunshine, definitely in top ten of '07 for me. At the very beginning I really didn't know what to expect of the rest (I went into it just knowing the genre). After that, it really drew you in.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 1:33am

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I agree great film 10/10 for me
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 3:11am

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schwar wrote:

thank god the war is over and we picked the right side
So true, so true.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 3:44am

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Atom wrote:

schwar wrote:

thank god the war is over and we picked the right side
So true, so true.
Man that was getting annoying. But now my dad and I feel stupid for only getting a 32" 720p LCD Toshiba set. sad

I'll just have to watch this movie at my friend's house now since his T.V. is far more superior than mine.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 5:41am

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32 inches, 720p, and you're complaining?!? (Another "kids these days are spoiled!" rant, but I'll avoid it.)

That's ridiculous. Saving the fact that I've saved up money myself to just now buy a nice 26" 720p LCD, 32" these days is incredibly adequate and don't let anyone else tell you different. I've got friends with 52" plasmas and such but I don't let it get to me because once you're up to a certain size (26-32 inches) they basically all have the same effect in different-sized rooms.

At least, that's what my knowledge has lead me to believe. And ChristianFilmer; way to brag. Your Dad may have a big TV, but my Dad is God. wink

Beat you.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 6:21am

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Atom wrote:

Another "kids these days are spoiled!" rant, but I'll avoid it.
I don't think you're allowed to make a rant like that until you're at least 30.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 7:04am

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Atom wrote:

32 inches, 720p, and you're complaining?!? (Another "kids these days are spoiled!" rant, but I'll avoid it.)
No, no, no. It's not like that. I even paid for a quarter of it. It's just that I wished we waited a little longer to get a larger 1080p set.

Also, I hate how consumer reports listed the T.V. we got as one of the best in it's range, but they failed to mention that if there's pretty much any movement on the screen, you can't see anything (pixely, blurry). razz At least the X360 looks fine on it.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 7:08am

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A Pickle wrote:

...HD-DVD forever! biggrin
Hehehe. Sometimes I think you just say things to make me have a rant! wink
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 7:14am

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FreshMentos wrote:

Atom wrote:

32 inches, 720p, and you're complaining?!? (Another "kids these days are spoiled!" rant, but I'll avoid it.)
No, no, no. It's not like that. I even paid for a quarter of it. It's just that I wished we waited a little longer to get a larger 1080p set.

Also, I hate how consumer reports listed the T.V. we got as one of the best in it's range, but they failed to mention that if there's pretty much any movement on the screen, you can't see anything (pixely, blurry). razz At least the X360 looks fine on it.
Yea it always pains me to see people opt out for the 720p set instead of waiting another month or so to have the extra couple hundred to go 1080p. I know its hard but I'm actually still trying to save and not splurge yet ha.

O yea, also, loved sunshine.

ps - And Atom, be easy with that rant, cuz I know I'd wish to God to have had half the equipment you all did when I was back in highschool ha.

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Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 7:14am

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Methinks I recall schwar claiming HDVDDVDFVDVd the probable winner at some point early on. I could be wrong, though. smile

Something funny. CNet wrote an article on the HD media wars and claimed HD-DVD as the superior by a minuscule amount and then the next day or so wrote this editor's note on top of the piece:

CNet Editor wrote:

Because of the recent news that Warner Bros. Entertainment will be exclusively supporting Blu-ray, CNET recommends refraining from purchasing an HD DVD player in the near future. Exclusive support of Warner Bros. Entertainment gives Blu-ray a large advantage in terms of studio backing, leaving only Paramount and Universal as major studios releasing movies exclusively on the HD DVD format. This guide will be overhauled after CES to reflect this and any other news announced at the show.
It's over, really. Always was. The minute one played more for the same price and came stocked standard in a highly anticipated game system.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 7:19am

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CX3 wrote:

ps - And Atom, be easy with that rant, cuz I know I'd wish to God to have had half the equipment you all did when I was back in highschool ha.
Then I guess you'd have half a GL2, borrowed camera batteries, pirated software, and a mic I spent 6 months saving for? biggrin
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 7:52am

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Didn't he also have a DVX when he was our age? razz

In other news, I got into the University of Texas at Austin Film Department, Production Major. Guess I'll track down and say hi to our old buddy cantaclaro while I'm down there. smile
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 9:35am

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Yeah, Sunshine is awesome. Other than 28 Days Later, Danny Boyle always delivers the goods. His ability to shift from one genre to another is highly impressive - I can't think of another director that shifts genre that much other than, maybe, Kubrick.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 10:02am

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CX3 wrote:

FreshMentos wrote:

Atom wrote:

32 inches, 720p, and you're complaining?!? (Another "kids these days are spoiled!" rant, but I'll avoid it.)
No, no, no. It's not like that. I even paid for a quarter of it. It's just that I wished we waited a little longer to get a larger 1080p set.

Also, I hate how consumer reports listed the T.V. we got as one of the best in it's range, but they failed to mention that if there's pretty much any movement on the screen, you can't see anything (pixely, blurry). razz At least the X360 looks fine on it.
Yea it always pains me to see people opt out for the 720p set instead of waiting another month or so to have the extra couple hundred to go 1080p. I know its hard but I'm actually still trying to save and not splurge yet ha.

O yea, also, loved sunshine.

ps - And Atom, be easy with that rant, cuz I know I'd wish to God to have had half the equipment you all did when I was back in highschool ha.
I've seen 1080p, 720p and 1080i on a 52" LCD screen, and there certainly isn't a few hundreds of pounds of improvement to the picture quality.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 1:01pm

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I think I saw the trailer for it before 28 Weeks Later, I'll have to check it out, looks good though
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 1:17pm

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I thought the horror film final act was amazing. It made for a climatic ending and put against the horror films getting churned out these days, it was leaps ahead in quality.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jan 2008, 6:45pm

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Atom wrote:

Didn't he also have a DVX when he was our age? razz
I didn't get my DVX until right b4 my senior year of college. I had a canon zr40 when I started college and that broke after 2 years ha. HS I didn't even have a minidv cam but half of a gl2 woulda at least given me $1200 instead of the $200 cam I had haha. (To clarify, AJ had the dvx down at Miami, it was the mafias)

And Nutbar, I guess I'm just a stickler on the whole 720vs1080 thing. But I know a looot of other people are as well ha.
Posted: Tue, 29th Jan 2008, 12:03am

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If you saw the film on dvd you might have seen the trailer for um somthing 2 dead end(i blanked out there for a seconfd) that film looks really disturbing!

Atom: that was a 3rd degree burn you just pulled on me! nice on lol but I bet you cant do the moonwalk like I can: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=un2jhR-PLeQ : OH!! What now homes! lol (take non of this actually seriously)
Posted: Tue, 29th Jan 2008, 11:50pm

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Atom wrote:

32 inches, 720p, and you're complaining?!? (Another "kids these days are spoiled!" rant, but I'll avoid it.)
Clearly, you have never seen what a REAL MAN'S TV looks like (over 50in). smile

Personally I think you'd have to be silly not to buy a projector over a TV if you have a darkened room somewhere (or a basement). Long live 100in!

Really gets you into the movie/game.
Posted: Wed, 30th Jan 2008, 2:56pm

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Yeah, Sunshine is awesome. Other than 28 Days Later, Danny Boyle always delivers the goods. His ability to shift from one genre to another is highly impressive - I can't think of another director that shifts genre that much other than, maybe, Kubrick.
28 Days Later is a great low budget horror movie, one of the best in recent years. And all made on a mini dv camera costing £2500.
Posted: Tue, 5th Feb 2008, 2:18pm

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Saw Sunshine last week on dvd. It was ok but it was trying to be lots of different films at the same time, so that the one theme I liked in it, sacrificing yourself for humanity, got a bit lost.

The horror part did make it a bit... but it was like that from the start really - the typical space or horror movie where people get claustrophobic and go crazy. I liked the idea of the baddie and his motivations in it but his introduction was very sudden and unexplained how he got on their ship. It would have been cooler if one of the people on the new mission shared the feeling that if it was time for the world to end, it should, and so there was a more human horror on their ship too. Nevermind - it was still miles better than others like Saw and Hostel (though I know you can't really compare them). Michelle Yeoh's character was great, I liked how fully her character seemed to represent earth, nature and life and wish they'd done a bit more with that.
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Easily my favorite film of 2007. Probably even the decade so far.

Loved this film.
Posted: Wed, 6th Feb 2008, 8:24am

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Also, some of the most effective cinematography I've seen in any film, of any genre. This absolutely destroyed anything Boyle has done up till now.
Posted: Wed, 6th Feb 2008, 9:08am

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The genius of the cinematography in Sunshine is how it melded flawlessly with the visual effects. There was none of the "here's a visual effect, aaaand now back to the studio!" that you tend to get even in really good effect-driven movies. The use of light in the cinematography and the visual effects matched perfectly, so that you rarely ever questioned what you were being shown.
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I just saw this movie, I thought it was OK, the cinematography was cool and interesting, the effects were great, the story was a bit hard to follow and didn't seem to explain things quite enough. Overall, it was a bit weird but still OK.
I only watched it on a 24' (I think) SD TV, and I might have had surround sound but I can't remember if it was still working (it broke recently).
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Jabooza wrote:

the story was a bit hard to follow and didn't seem to explain things quite enough.
The sun is dying. Humans send a crew in a last-ditch attempt to re-ignite it by flying a nuclear bomb directly into it. Things go wrong.

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...it's not that hard to follow, really, is it? razz
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 3:02pm

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Tarn wrote:

Jabooza wrote:

the story was a bit hard to follow and didn't seem to explain things quite enough.
The sun is dying. Humans send a crew in a last-ditch attempt to re-ignite it by flying a nuclear bomb directly into it. Things go wrong.

...


...it's not that hard to follow, really, is it? razz
Well I guess what I meant was that the basic story isn't hard to follow but sometimes in the scenes it can be hard to tell what's going on (mostly because of the cinematography) and it starts becoming hard to follow what's happening at the time.
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 8:51pm

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Tarn wrote:

Jabooza wrote:

the story was a bit hard to follow and didn't seem to explain things quite enough.
The sun is dying. Humans send a crew in a last-ditch attempt to re-ignite it by flying a nuclear bomb directly into it. Things go wrong.

...


...it's not that hard to follow, really, is it? razz
His dogs were barking during the beginning narration smile
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 9:00pm

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Just watched it last weekend. I loved everything about it except for the horror scene. That part just felt tacked on. It still made it to my top five films of last year though.
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 9:13pm

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Darth Penguin wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Jabooza wrote:

the story was a bit hard to follow and didn't seem to explain things quite enough.
The sun is dying. Humans send a crew in a last-ditch attempt to re-ignite it by flying a nuclear bomb directly into it. Things go wrong.

...


...it's not that hard to follow, really, is it? razz
His dogs were barking during the beginning narration smile
Well, that too. smile Actually in the beginning I think people were talking, and the dogs started barking later.
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 10:42pm

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Major spoilers ahead!!!!!!!

FreshMentos wrote:

Just watched it last weekend. I loved everything about it except for the horror scene.
I sorta agree. I mean, at first I thought the movie had some potential, but the storyline just got weird and funny (unintentionally funny, that is) with the horror stuff. To be honest, my last impression of the film was that it was rather ridiculous. Also, it was very annoying how the screen was always blurred and bright - the 'bright' part, I understand why they would've done it, but the blurriness was highly exagerated and annoying.

My favourite part of the film is when the oxygen-loving lady dies with the little plant in her hands. I acctually laughed out loud. It was so ridiculous. Like a love scene - only with a plant... Were they serious?

Also, I still laugh (out loud) when I think of how everybody died at the end. Now THAT was funny!

So yeah, I thought it was a definately great comedy (I'm serious!) and I'd see it again if the first hour or so wasn't so... not unintentionally funny.

I agree that the effects were very good. I don't see why everyone thinks it has such great cinemography, however... I thought it was pretty plain. No shot bounced at me as being particularly great.

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Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 10:46pm

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Plainly wrote:

My favourite part of the film is when the oxygen-loving lady dies with the little plant in her hands. I acctually laughed out loud. It was so ridiculous. Like a love scene - only with a plant... Were they serious?

Also, I still laugh (out loud) when I think of how everybody died at the end. Now THAT was funny!
Thanks for outright ruining a movie I really wanted to see. Really.
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Plainly, vous rendez-vous compte que certains n'ont pas encore vu le film? That's not cool man. Put a spoiler warning up ASAP so you don't ruin it for anyone else.
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Plainly, vous rendez-vous compte que certains n'ont pas encore vu le film? That's not cool man. Put a spoiler warning up ASAP so you don't ruin it for anyone else.
I'm so sorry everyone! I didn't think people who hadn't seen the film would be coming here! I put the spoilers sign. Again, so sorry! redface frown

*hits myself on the head*