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More recent films also use digital doubles to animate all but actors' faces. This was used extensively on Ender's Game, and to some extent on Gravity. Per this article: To create a sense of weightlessness, the filmmakers shot actors in harnesses and on wires against a greenscreen set to place them in a virtual world. Then to achieve the look of ...
As mentioned in the comment the movie is Convict 762, made in 1997. The following synopsis is quoted from IMDB. Convict 762 A spaceship with an all female crew runs into a meteor field because of a navigational mistake. They lose a lot of their fuel and realise they can't get home on what they've got. They are forced to land on a planet which has been ...
Sounds like Bryan Singer's H+ series. H+: The Digital Series takes viewers on a journey into an apocalyptic future where technology has begun to spiral out of control, a future where 33% of the world's population has retired its cell phones and laptops in favor of a stunning new device – an implanted computer system called H+. This tiny tool allows ...
Could it have been the 1964 version of First Men in the Moon? Here are some images to jog your memory - they feature 'ant-like' aliens (Selanites) battling explorers on a narrow cliff path on a far off planet (the moon, almost a planet ;)) and there is a skeleton in the mix.
Could it be Metallic Attraction: Kungfu Cyborg? It's a Chinese movie from 2009 starring Wu Jing as one of the leads. I was thinking of this because you mentioned martial arts (and androids of course)..
The movie is Cargo, in case you never found it. I found this forum searching for the same film.. From Wikipedia: Lindbergh realizes that Portmann doesn't trust her and restrains her too, revealing to her that Rhea is a giant virtual reality simulation on a station in orbit around the actual, uninhabitable, planet.
This sounds a lot like Invaders from Mars from 1953 or the remake Invaders from Mars from 1986. Both movies include what I'd call a "signature landscape" for the movies, which is a small hill with a road and some fence, the boy sees from his window (e.g. while the UFO lands): In general, people go over that road, are pulled down through the sand and then ...
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It sounds like your describing two - three different movies... (Small chance if not SIGNS) The Last Mimzy Signs (Has everything but the Robert de niro) I would guess Signs because WIKI The dead bird: With no sound, this scene shows Graham going back home from Ray's, and after a short time, a dead bird near the road (after supposedly hitting an ...
I think it's an episode of The Outer Limits titled The Other Side, (1999). The brain waves of two comatose patients, Adam (Aaron Smolinski) and Lisa (Emmanuelle Vaugier), fall into sync while they're hooked up to the NISA and one of them whispers the other's name. ... What Neal doesn't know is that Adam and Lisa have landed in an idyllic ...
Is it psychological thriller film The Cell. Most of the plot-line doesn't matches but it follows as Child psychologist Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez) is an expert in an experimental treatment for coma patients: a virtual reality device that allows her to enter into the minds of her patients and attempt to coax them into consciousness.When ...
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