Oh, and he did kind of invent the way we interact with the internet.
Some months ago I posted all the movie poster artwork from Jupiter Ascending. After watching the film several times now, I realize why there is such a wide variety of themes presented. The reason is that the movie pulls from so many popular sci-fi films of the past. In roughly album order, see if you can guess which poster matches each description:
Matrix: because it is the Wachowski's
Logan's Run: life feeding on life
SW:EP2: Super-jedi with princess
Dark City: ruled by evil overlords
Brazil: Ridiculous bureaucratic dark comedy
Most dislike these kinds of movies; Oblivion being another recent favorite of mine. (Check the memes here:
But I enjoy them immensely. I like to see all the memes being resurrected from our culture and portrayed in an epic metaphorical way.
More geeking out over SW7:T2 had me hunting around. Found this one from 6 years ago on YT which is ancient history in internet time.
But it is about as cute as you can get.
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