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Weebor 2 years ago
ok so in the future we will be going out into space just to watch a movie projected on the moons surface, think i might stick to my local cinema.
CorpseGrinder 2 years ago
..and apparently we will still own books...now THAT is fascinating
beerholder 2 years ago
It's cool, but I don't see the future designed with today's idea of futuristic design.
akeem 2 years ago
Nice images.... but what's the point? I just don't get it!
davor1387 2 years ago
I wonder how much 1 movie ticket would cost.
irishgek 2 years ago
Lol and its still in black and white .....
Saxxoo 2 years ago
The real question is: What's up with the load time when starting up the movie... should be instant
Romi 2 years ago
The real question is: don't they have technology to have an actual projection screen?!
It rules out the whole movie but....
MajorIdea 2 years ago
It's not supposed to foreshadow anything. It's just supposed to look cool.
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BiMezo 2 years ago
#4 Technologies are great, but humans are still a bunch of apes. That's what modern era is... Not sure if that's what authors meant, thought.
#5 Don't you worry! Not much - just a few thousands lives of unimportant people who didn't fit in the "United Earth".
agoteri 2 years ago
It's exciting, technically impressive, touching, but i still don't get the moral of the story
Natan_el_Tigre 2 years ago
Search: Ben Craig, Modern Times, Charlie Chaplin, and Jerome Agel
JoeW 2 years ago
I think it's trying to say that however far we advance technology and travel in the future, the classics will always remain classics. People will always find Charlie Chaplin funny.
Also, the book he's reading is Jerome Agel's 1970 book about the making of the original 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
Havix 2 years ago
I see we are going to bring back the space shutle how nice.
peacinu 2 years ago
#2 You almost get it, but close enough.
#12 You're the only one that got the video's message.
For the rest of you, the lack of imagination and perspective, I find it disturbing.
rootkit 2 years ago
I would attach my Playstation to that.
iovnzu 2 years ago
Why do people have to be so sceptical about these future videos.
I mean these are all just fantasy, who cares if this is not what the future is going to be?
Just enjoy the video, enjoy your life that you have stop hating!
makeartnotwar 2 years ago
#4 What's the point of your life ? I'm guessing just to enjoy it.
ajcorb 2 years ago
1 problem. how come they are all looking out the side of the ship but the picture is being projected downwards??
OwenRay 2 years ago
#19 no gravity, means there's no up or down.
SupremeNomNom 2 years ago
Because in the future we don't have a TV ? Cinema ? Oo
Yokhannan 2 years ago
So, there was a point to this video, right??
Betspanker 2 years ago
Like the idea. "united earth". God. If only.
2 years ago
640 x 360 px
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