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Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 8:36 AM

Live Poll: Things You Would Never Say To a Science Fiction Movie Character

Intro:

According to the success of the former polls about horror movie characters and gangster characters, we made up a new poll with things you wouldn't say to science fiction movie characters.

What would be the most dangerously or awkward no-go appeal?

Beam your idea here.

Suggestions:

Movies, genre-tagged with science fiction, no tv-series, documentations, completely animated or animee. Image: Partly CGI and use of animations ok.

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls083419547/

Poll:  https://www.imdb.com/poll/lomhWKb07Vg/

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2 years ago

This is funny!! The 1st one and Demolition Man will probably get my vote.

I have some suggestions, you may change the quotes as you please. I think the movies are too iconic to be left out.

FYC:

To Cobb: "Hey Cobb, do you mind giving me your totem? Please!".

To HAL: "I think your algorithm is not working, let me restart you" - P.S. you can just whisper, he can read your lips.

To Neo: "Do you have the key to the matrix" or "Hey Neo, are you the one?"

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@Brijesh 

Thank you for suggestin, Brijesh. I avoided the characters you suggested, because I didn't find anything which is awkward or nasty enough to make it click in the head. I have several options, which are mediocre, compared to the top options. I would prefer a text that realy releases the *click*. So it's ok for me, suggesting these characters, but we might search for more nasty texts. Is that ok?

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Sure. As you see fit. I came up with these in a hurry, but more thought can be given. :D

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@Brijesh 

I made up some new lines and changed image #2, because when it is shrunk to poll-size, I can't dicsern anything on it. Sorry for that. ;) The new lines I made up, are not necessarily the best. If someone has a more cutting text, please write it here.

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@Brijesh 

I tried something. I replaced your image of Cobb for a better effect. Is that ok for you?

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That is all funny. You got better lines. It is what you called "Eiertanz" :D

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@Brijesh 

The origin of "Eiertanz" is a kids play:

It is played on birthday parties. It's about transporting an egg on a tablespoon in a race against other kids. Then the kids on the other side have to take over the egg only with their empty spoon and transport it back. The first crossing the line wins. It's like a relay race with raw eggs on spoons.

But it became a similie for treating something careful and exact, while not loosing the object the action out of focus, but having interaction. That can be used in job, politics, anything where you step a thin line and have to manage something, mostly complicated jobs or tasks. It can be used in difficult diplomatic situation, when someone nails the complicated situation by a lot of smart interventions and thereby not upsets any fraction. Afterwards he/she can say: "Das war ein Eiertanz."

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2 years ago

Breumaster,

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2 years ago

If there are no further suggestions, I'd consider this one as "Ready to go!". :D

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@Jessica 

Thank you, Jessica. :D

Thank you, guys. :D

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2 years ago

Great Poll! Hilarious 😂

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@CyrilMartin 

Thank you. One day I had a spark of it in my mind and I've let it grow. ;)

cinephile

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2 years ago

I wouldn't dare to say "I'm singing in the rain, ..." to Mr. Alexander. After all that guy as Darth Vader working for him and forcing people to eat spaghetti XD.

Old School Science Fiction — Malcolm McDowell (Alex DeLarge) and David  Prowse...

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@cinephile 

A guy of towering height (1,98m), good choice! ;D