forbidden planet

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a: Forbidden Planet ~
b: majesty of the Grand Canyon

What:

"But Forbidden Planet is more beautiful than pretty with a visual authority that signifies "epic." Watching Forbidden Planet is like looking over the majesty of the Grand Canyon or the grandeur of the Himalayas in distant mist."


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Writer: Not Stated
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Date: Aug 24 2015 5:21 PM



a: Forbidden Planet ~
b: World of Tomorrow tour

What:

"Watching Forbidden Planet is like taking the World of Tomorrow tour at Disney World wit a vicious, invisible monster on the loose. One minute you are being introduced to a retro idea of a future appliance, and in the next someone is being torn apart by some critter no one can identity."


Useful?
Writer: Jamie Jeffords
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Date: Aug 24 2015 5:27 PM



a: Forbidden Planet ~
b: Freud In outer Space

What:

The Id monster, that been repressed by the highly organized Krell is pack with Freudian ideas of the mind and the soul.


Useful?
Writer: Not Stated
LCC:
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Aug 24 2015 5:28 PM



a: Forbidden Planet ~
b: dessert with wheat germ

What:

"The 1956 science fiction classic Forbidden Planet is like one of those desserts that secretly has spinach or wheat germ in it."


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Writer: Jennifer Garlen
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Date: Aug 24 2015 5:34 PM



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