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(509) 7.9 25 min 1981

Logopolis: Part One is an episode of Doctor Who starring Tom Baker, Matthew Waterhouse, and Janet Fielding. Preparing to overhaul his TARDIS, the Doctor goes to Earth to take fresh measurements of a police box. A figure in white...

Janet Fielding, Matthew Waterhouse, Delore Whiteman, Tom Baker
Drama, Sci-Fi, Adventure, Family
Peter Grimwade

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Sci-Fi, Adventure, Family
Director Peter Grimwade
Writer Sydney Newman, Christopher H. Bidmead
Stars Janet Fielding, Matthew Waterhouse, Delore Whiteman, Tom Baker
Country UK
Runtime 25M
Description The Doctor needs to return to Gallifrey but, because of Romana's action in the previous adventure, he is dreading the paperwork and official inquiry. Instead he convinces Adric they should stop by Earth to take some measurements of a police box before heading to Logopolis to have repairs completed to the Chameleon Circuit. Arriving on Earth the Doctor senses something wrong. A time bubble has formed, causing a TARDIS to appear within a TARDIS. The Doctor fears it's an infinite regression. If so, he and Adric will be trapped forever. Meanwhile Tegan, an Australian airline hostess, enters the Doctor's TARDIS after her car breaks down.

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Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 09:04

I have to say that this movie was a bit of a letdown for me. I am not usually a fan of SciFi or kids movies, but I'm pretty sure that the SciFi part was not what I expected. I wasn't expecting to see aliens, or even aliens in the movie. I wasn't expecting to see aliens that are able to communicate with humans, or even that humans can communicate with aliens. I was expecting to see something along the lines of "Contact", "The Abyss", "Alien", "Dune", "Plan 9 from Outer Space", and "The Matrix" (if you can even call it that). And I was disappointed. But, I am happy that I saw this movie, because I liked the visual effects. They were pretty cool. The one thing I didn't like was that the plot was so different from the book. I really like how the movie changed the ending, but the movie was so different. I really didn't like the ending. I think that it could have been better, but the movie was really cool. I have to say that the cast was pretty good. Liam Neeson was really good as the villain, and I thought that he did a great job. I think that they could have done a better job with the movie, but I have to admit that I was surprised by the acting of the kids. The kids did a really good job. I am not sure if it was just me, but I thought that they were pretty good. I also thought that they did a good job with the visual effects. I am not a big fan of CGI, but I was really surprised at how good the effects were. I think that the movie was very good, but I would not say that it was as good as the book. I think that the movie would have been much better if it was made as a TV series. I do think that it would have been better if it was made as a TV series, because it would have been a much better movie. I am very surprised that this movie has such a low rating, because I really liked it. I think that it was a good movie. If you like SciFi, or kids movies, I think that you should see it.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 14:46

.the story follows the same structure as many children's books do: a boy discovers a strange world, an older brother and sister who help him, and a little girl who is a mystery to the viewer. The first scene of the movie shows the little girl (yes, a little girl, from the cute movie "Sleeping Beauty"). She's about a year old, and looking just like her mother. The next scene shows how the little girl gets lost in a strange world. Then we see her looking for her mother. But she's being chased by monsters, and the movie ends with the little girl in her mother's arms. I'm not going to talk about the plot or anything else. I'm just going to talk about how the movie plays out. There are really not that many interesting things to say. What is interesting is the people who created the world, the monsters, and the characters in this world. What is important is that they created a place for the little girl, which is in some ways like "Garden of Earthly Delights". They made sure that the little girl doesn't get lost, but they also made sure that she doesn't go to a school. They also made sure that her mother is there for her. This is the ultimate little girl's fantasy, and it is what gives the movie its power. If it were not for the little girl, the movie would just be a basic action movie with monsters in it. The actors in the movie are perfect for the characters they play. The special effects are really good, and the special effects aren't just for the monsters. The monsters are just as good, but the special effects of the monsters are what really makes this movie a classic.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 20:15

Like some others, I had the misfortune of watching the first "Ender's Game" movie with my family (then only my older sister). When I was younger, I had a crush on the spoiled, arrogant, and beautiful Harrison Ford (when I was younger, the movie "the flying monkeys" was the number one movie of all time, and I was 12). While I was watching the movie, I realized that I was, and always will be, a Harrison Ford fan. If you are a Harrison Ford fan, then you will enjoy this movie. Although, it may be a little slow at times, you will find it very entertaining. I had no idea that my generation had such a vast collection of old and classic movies. The movie had a great message, but was told in a very slow, and long fashion. It was just good to sit back and have a nice, relaxing movie with your friends. I have watched this movie so many times, that I can actually give my opinion on the movie. I think the story was very good, the acting was good, and the special effects were very good. The plot was not as deep as I would have liked, but it was still a good movie. I have read a book by Gary Shteyngart, which was mentioned in the movie. In this movie, the book is talked about, but in the movie, it is not. Overall, I would recommend the movie, especially if you are a Harrison Ford fan. I think he does a good job in this movie. If you are a fan, I suggest that you go to your local library and borrow the book. If you are not a fan, I suggest that you rent the movie. You will not be disappointed. * (out of four)
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 21:31

This is a fantastic movie. It has lots of things going for it, such as great characters, an excellent story, and a few other things. The special effects were a little more overblown than I'd have liked, but not enough to be offensive. The acting was good, even if some of the characters had a little too much emotion. The plot is fairly well developed, and it's all quite logical. The main conflict is that the earth is under attack by an alien race called the Magog that want to wipe out mankind. It's actually rather good that the humans are able to save Earth, and that the humans don't just stand up and say "OK, now we're the good guys." And they don't just beat the Magog all by themselves. It would have been a lot easier to just have the Magog kill all the humans. I think it would have been a lot easier to do, if the movie had just been one long battle. It would have been much more exciting, and much more believable. The special effects are also quite good. You really feel the power of the Magog, and they give it a feeling of the classic sci-fi stuff from the 60s and 70s. In addition to the special effects, I think the casting is a good thing, because the actors are great at portraying their characters. I really liked Morgan Freeman, especially in this film. He has a really unique, interesting voice. A lot of movies have a hard time making him seem like a real guy. However, in this movie, his voice is very natural, and I think it makes him a very believable hero. And Cate Blanchett is a very good actress. She has some very memorable lines, and she fits in well with the rest of the characters. The story is a little bit cliche, but it is still very well written. It's nice to see people in space. I think this movie does a good job of conveying what the story is about, without making it too cliche. And the visuals are pretty good, too. It's great to see a movie that isn't bogged down by special effects. I think it is also nice to see people on a spaceship, rather than in a tube in outer space. And I liked the contrast of the lights in the ship, and the silence of the space station. I really liked the sense of danger that this movie gave. And of course, the ending was a great twist on the usual sci-fi ending. Overall, I thought this movie was very good, and worth watching. And if you can't see this movie because you're not interested in a special effects extravaganza, I'd say that's OK. You can always watch this movie if you want. And if you like space movies, I think you'll like this one too.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 10:55

When I first saw the trailers, I was excited to see this movie. It was the perfect movie to pick up my brother and me and let us spend our Thanksgiving with family. Unfortunately, the film was released this past weekend, and we all went back to watch it. And the first few minutes were pretty much what we expected. The characters were boring. The story was boring. And then we were introduced to the Star Wars universe, and there were many things that were obvious that made the movie better. The reason why I am giving this film a higher rating is because the film had a lot of story elements that I enjoyed, such as the relationship between Vader and Luke Skywalker. And the two people who were obviously the best friends were the ones who had the most fun in the movie, and they were also the most annoying. It's easy to tell that they are having a good time in their lives and when they find out that the Emperor has gotten his hands on them, they are going to want to break the Emperor out of his prison and get him back. There was also a scene in which Luke says, "When the Empire strikes back," and in response, Vader says, "The Empire Strikes Back." It's a cool movie, but it is not really a good film. It is still a good movie, but not a good movie. That being said, the visuals were amazing. I really enjoyed the visuals. The sets and the costumes were fantastic, and the visuals were amazing, because the movie took place in a galaxy far, far away. In addition, the voice acting was great. Lucas was very proud of the acting in this film, and he should be, because most of the actors really surprised me. I was very surprised that John Williams was working on this film, because he was one of my favorite score composers. I also liked the special effects in this film, and the one scene in which the film was set in space, I thought that the special effects were awesome. The special effects were spectacular and it gave me the sense that they were the most amazing effects that you could possibly see in the entire Star Wars universe. Overall, I thought the movie was great, and I recommend that people who have not seen the film to watch it. You will be very impressed with how well the visuals were done, and it will really add a feeling of excitement to the film.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 08:45

Most of us will be familiar with some of the sci-fi classics: "2001: A Space Odyssey," "Star Wars," "The Matrix," "Contact," etc. But in my opinion, the greatest sci-fi films are ones that take place in our own world. I'm not talking about action movies. I'm talking about a story that is a well-told love story. "Lord of the Rings" and "Star Wars" are the best examples. The concept is simple: two best friends are brought together by the gods. They are separated for a year and then together again. The year is from one day to the next. The relationship between them is simple. One day they'll meet again and the next day they won't. But their friendship has been destroyed by the first day of their separation. And now the gods come to save the two friends. The story goes on and on. It takes place in a futuristic world, where the human race has been wiped out and replaced with a race called the "Guardians." The only thing that really stands in the way of the Guardians is the legendary "Planet" known as "Planetos." Planetos is the center of the galaxy and it's the source of everything. As far as the plot goes, it is a simple love story. The characters, the setting, the creatures, the technology, all are the same. They are all "Pixar" films. It is a love story between two best friends, who happen to be good at sci-fi. In my opinion, "Lord of the Rings" is the best sci-fi film of all time. The creatures, the settings, the technology are all beautiful. The human race is the greatest enemy of the Guardians. The main character, Frodo Baggins, is the only one who can save the world. And his sword, "The One Ring," is the key to the destiny of the world. One day, the Guardians will defeat the universe. The journey is not just for fun, it is for love. It's a love story. But you'll have to believe that it is real. It's just like in "Star Wars" or "2001," the characters say "I love you" in the middle of a fight. The heroes are really human, just like you and I. "Lord of the Rings" and "Star Wars" are movies that remind us that love is more important than anything. If you liked "Star Wars," "2001," "Lord of the Rings," "Star Wars: Episode I," "The Matrix," etc., you'll love this movie.

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