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Sounds like The Fantastic Journey from 1977: The series concerns a family and their associates who charter a boat out into the Caribbean for a scientific expedition. After an encounter in the area of the Bermuda Triangle with an unnatural green cloud the group find themselves shipwrecked on a mysterious uncharted island from which they are unable to ...


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Gravitons are still purely hypothetical, so any statement about them can be true (or false). In physics mass and weight are two different things. Say if your mass is 70kg, then on earth on a scale you would weigh you in at 70kg, however, on the moon (less gravity) your weight will be less. The crucial difference between mass and weight is what is being ...


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The Time Machine (1960) by HG Wells featured alien-like creatures that lived underground and preyed on humans above ground. The protagonist makes his way into the tunnels to rescue his love interest and is eventually successful. There's no little boy falling into a tunnel though. The "aliens" stage raids to capture "humans" and take them below ground.


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Sounds like Where Have All the People Gone with Peter Graves from 1974: A strange series of solar flares proves fatal for inhabitants of the Earth, except for the fortunate few who are somehow immune from the effects. Animals go insane and human beings turn to white powder, leaving behind only empty clothing. A handful of survivors attempt to rebuild ...


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If you don't mean I Come In Peace mentioned in the comment above, this is possibly the cult classic Liquid Sky from 1982 which involves aliens harvesting endorphins from human brains after having sex. The victims end up dead with sharp crystals in their heads. Here's the trailer: ...


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At first I thought that it's Star Kid, but the forehead-eye thing sounds more like Guyver with Mark Hamill from 1991 (which also had a sequel). From IMDb: A young man discovers a mechanical device that merges with his own body, turning him into a cyborg superhero. When strange creatures start appearing, trying to take the device back, he begins to ...


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Could be Renny Harlin's thriller Mindhunters from 2004 with Christian Slater. From Wiki: The titular Mindhunters are a group of young FBI students who are undergoing training as profilers. They travel with their instructor Jake Harris (Val Kilmer) to a small island off the coast of North Carolina to complete a profiling exercise. The island is used as a ...



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