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You probably confused the movie from the other answer with: Iron Sky (2012) It's all about Nazis on the moon. But it was only 3 yrs before you asked the question.
You might be talking about Her. EDIT: Sorry I am new to this forum so I am still learning the rules. But back to OP- movie that is probably from 2012-2015 and it is almost certainly a Hollywood Production. The movie was released in 2013 and is certainly a Hollywood Production(Annapurna Pictures). He does talk get a new "house-computer" and talks ...
Night of the Comet (1984) starring Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_of_the_Comet OP hits almost every plot point in Wikipedia plot summary in his question Starts in a movie theater projection room Boyfriend dies by monsters Sister shows up Radio station Another boy Mall Scientists trying to make a cure ...
You're referring to the 1992 film "Mind Warp" (AKA Brain Slasher). The main character lives with her mother in a post-apocalyptic world. As you can see from the video below, there's a sequence where she invades her mother's VR (opera) fantasy, inadvertently causing her death. She's then ejected into a wasteland by two black-clad security guards: In ...
My take is that it is "The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells" (Wikipedia, IMDB) This miniseries is from 2001, has 3 episodes recounting 2 H.G. Wells stories each. Part of the 1st episode centers on an "Invisible Man", who gained this ability from acceleration, a retelling of "The New Accelerator" I do not quite recall a hummingbird, but at a point Wells (the ...
The show may have been The Outer Limits. Saw it late night here as well, also unrelated episodes. Here's an episode list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_Outer_Limits_(1995_TV_series)_episodes Good luck!
I think the movie you're talking about is Waterworld (1995). The women was not rare, instead the Drifter played by Kim Coates had been out on the waters far too long.
I believe you are thinking of the movie Westworld with Yul Brynner I saw this on television one day as well and hadn't thought about it until your description. Yul Brynner plays a wild west android gone wrong who starts killing the tourists.
It's The Shannara Chronicles An Elvish tree, known as the Ellcrys, is dying. The bad news is that the tree has been the only piece of magic that protects the Four Lands from the Demon World. Amberle Elessedil is the only one who can save the tree. But she has to unlock magic that the Elves haven't used in thousands of years. With the help of Wil ...
The Langoliers. It was a 2 part mini-series based on the eponymous short story by Stephan King. It was released in 1995 on SciFi, which loves to replay the golden oldie movies. They had to be asleep to pass through the time vortex a minute into the past, and then again a minute into the future. The one that said "OMG, It's So Beautiful" was Nick, who pulled ...
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