>From: Max More <email@example.com>
>At 07:37 AM 7/5/01, Natasha Vita-More wrote:
>>My favorite moments:
>>1. When the camera centered in on the Cryogenics logo and then moved
>>toward and across the dewers. I liked the dewers horizontal design with
>>clear top encasing. The semi-circular setting area at each dewer location
>>designed for friends/family to either observe or spend time with patients
>>looked comfortable and inviting.
>>2. Teddy, every moment.
>I didn't have the raisonettes, but my #3 would be the few seconds where the
>vehicle split apart. Very nice effect.
>Apart from that, I can't think of any moments that I enjoyed much.
I'm an easy mark for any movie that goes that far out into the future. As
long as it's moderately believable I'll enjoy it. My favorite scenes were
at the frozen end where the humans are gone and the AI's have inherited the
I thought the bit where they downloaded David's memories and instantly
shared them by touching each other was kind of cool. But at the same time I
was thinking "what, hundreds of years into the future and we still haven't
perfected the wireless network?"
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