Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies
This cinematic genre is based in the future and involving extreme, although not impossible, advances in science and technology.
Asked by Ben Pouros in Star Trek, Science Fiction, Science Fiction and Fantasy TV Shows, Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies
Who is the best captain in Star Trek?
This definitely goes to Jean-Luc Picard, as portrayed by Patrick Stewart. I think what makes Picard such a great captain in particular is the personal responsibility he feels for the safety of everybody on board his ship, whether they’re a member of the crew or family. Throughout Star Trek: The Next Generation, Captain Picard displayed a deep camaraderie for those who served under him, despite his outward demeanor usually being professional and stern. It’s this balance that I feel not only defined him as a captain, but showcased what made him the best captain.
In inception if you kill yourself in limbo do you come back to reality or another dream?
You are dead... if you die in Limbo it kills you! But when saito dies too early, he is sent to limbo, and you see Dom who later dies in a dream level and goes to limbo where saito is (first scene and near ending scene), saito is very old because 5 minutes in reality is an hour in a dream but within limbo it is much longer. so that is the old sentai. This is limbo because they said if you die in a dream you get sent to limbo, and in limbo it showed a clip of dom and mal killing themselves under a train sending them back to their home in reality. so if you kill yourself in limbo, you don't in fact die, you are sent to reality. In limbo, sentai and dom have a gun in that room in which sentai shoots dom and him and they find themselves back on the plane. The plane can't have been a dream as you can't dream if you had died. the question is whether the final scene where dom gets to see his kids faces is actually reality, because the kids are wearing the same clothes as in the memories and they are depicted as being in the garden playing. people believe that the final scene is dom dreaming on the plane because he can now dream again without aid now saito has made the call. The totem is never show stopping on the table at the end, but it does slow down, meaning that it is open to interpretation . this is the most likely analogy towards the ending. to conclude, in limbo, the idea of being killed and being brought to reality is a likely idea as proved twice when dom and mal are killed by the train and both dom and sentai shoot themselves in limbo and are not killed as you cant dream once you die in limbo, because that's just the end, another idea is that mal could be true believing they are living in a dream and dom should kill himself as "a leap of faith". the whole thing is open to interpretation- a seed planted into your mind, an idea that you won't stop thinking about, this is what the movie was trying to do and haven't they done it well!
When did the Star Wars movies come out?
Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope - 1977 Star Wars Episode 5: Empire strikes Back - 1980 Star Wars Episode 6: Return Of the Jedi - 1983 Star Wars Episode 1: Phantom Menace - 1999 Star Wars Episode 2: Attack Of The Clones - 2002 Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge Of The Sith - 2005 Star Wars Episode 7: (TBA as of 11|2013) - 2015
Will there be a sequel to the magic thief?
There is a second and third one out now the second is The magic thief lost And the third is the magic thief found there is a forth one coming out in 2014 This is the exact passage from the sight: Magic Thief book four A question that I get a lot (and it makes me very happy to be asked it, too!) is this: "Will there be a fourth Magic Thief book?" Here's the answer. At first it was only supposed to be a trilogy, but when I finished writing book three, The Magic Thief: Found, I realized that I wasn't ready to stop writing about Conn and Nevery and Benet and Rowan and Embre and Captain Kerrn. And that bad baby dragon, Pip. Yes, I had a lot more to say about Pip. So the answer is YES, I have written a fourth Magic Thief book! It is done. The problem is, publishing is s-l-o-w. I have two other books coming out--Winterling in 2012 and its sequel, The Summerkin, in 2013--and only after that will my publisher decide if the fourth Magic Thief book is coming out. If you add that up, it means no fourth Magic Thief book until 2014. I know, that's a long time to wait.
What gift does Susan Pevensie get in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe?
Will there be another Star Wars trilogy?
The third trilogy of films will conclude with Episode IX when it debuts in December 2019. Disney announced on November 09th 2017, the director of The Last Jedi, Rian Johnson, would write & direct a fourth Star Wars trilogy. Naturally release dates are unknown. Episode X isn't likely to open until 2021 at the earliest, also it remains to be seen if they actually happen since problems could always arise.
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What happened to Captain Nemo's family?
Verne does not say for certain. It is revealed in his sequel to "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", "The Mysterious Island", that Nemo's real name s Prince Andre Dakkar and that he lost everything because of a war between India and Britian. It does not say whether his family was killed or they were separated.