[Wolves] Fifteen geek movies to see before you die

Zeth Green theology at gmail.com
Sun Feb 11 23:50:52 GMT 2007

I am a Sci-Nut as much as anyone but he has got to be pulling our legs
with Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home being greatest anything. 12 Monkeys
is okay but hardly a masterpiece.

I would swap them for Logan's Run and Empire Strikes back.

On 11/02/07, chris procter <chris-procter at talk21.com> wrote:
> http://blogs.chron.com/techblog/archives/2007/02/fifteen_geek_movies_to_see_before_you_die_1.html
> I've seen 12/15 but I'd drop the star treks and the
> Holy Grail (funny as it is its not really geeky) and
> add:
> Contact
> Pi
> Akira
> Cube
> Though maybe thats my physics/maths background. In my
> student days I used to have a quote from pi pinned to
> my computer
> "Mathematics is the language of nature. Everything
> around us can be represented and understood through
> numbers. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge.
> Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature."
> chris
> p.s. is Plan 9 From Outer Space the only film ever to
> have an operating system named after it?
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