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Finally! Someone does something genuinely original in the look of science fiction! Where are the bare metal walls? The huge numerals and arrows pointing the way to which deck in the ant colony you happen to be looking for? Where is all of the gushing steam and running waste water? Who turned the lights on?!

This looks like a place people could actually live in!

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Tim Scott
June 27, 2024 12:14 PM

I think my motion sickness would really kick in.

Does look like a cool place to visit.

Road Rider
June 25, 2024 1:08 PM

It was huge! Looked huge in every shot at every angle. Loved the nice touch of the wood floors and wood table legs in the dining room. Then the shot came from far away with the blue planet in the background. Scale. What Looked so Large was so tiny. Humans aren’t very big. Kinda Vomit Comet(y) with the world’s rotating so quickly.
Loved the pool. Would definitely make swimming downhill easier…kidding….

Keith Jackson
June 24, 2024 9:08 AM

I’d have to be carried kicking and screaming to get me off this good Earth. Call me a Luddite.

Maryanne Sheryka
Reply to  Keith Jackson
July 1, 2024 3:16 AM

I have actually been called a Luddite – though in reality I am not (quite) that bad. But it is cool to watch, especially with my feet planted on terra firma. Call me an Earth lubber.

Last edited 15 days ago by Maryanne Sheryka
Steve Young
June 24, 2024 7:37 AM

I think they would not build in windows except in a zero G area. The structural strength required for window framing would be prohibitive, and most of the time there is nothing to look at but empty space. Our ISS does not need ‘windows’, it needs high definition cameras. If the spin is stopped (suddenly) EVERYTHING not ‘tied down’ becomes a missile moving at 1G.

Tom King
June 23, 2024 10:55 AM

Well done. Captured the tech and the issues faced on such a ship passengers due to the coriolis effect and realistically dealt with it. I just got back from an Alaska cruise. When the boat is in motion and you’re walking around, your legs are constantly making micro-adjustments to compensate. We’re 70 years old. This was our 50th anniversary gift from our kids. Anyway, the strain on our legs left us with chronic leg cramps for days after the cruise ended. Nice that he caught that in the film. Good filmmakers catch that kind of detail.

David Reale
June 22, 2024 9:51 AM

If that`s the future you want, vote Red. From School Board to POTUS, vote Red.