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Submitted by Leon Thomas 572d ago | videocast

Solaris & Solaris

A comparison between the 1972 and 2002 versions of Solaris. (Culture, Solaris)

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StarWarsFan  +   571d ago
This could be an amazingly deep sci-fi film of the modern age, which I don't think the 2002 achieved.
Sahil  +   571d ago
Seriously the 2002 movie is an offense to the Solaris story. I know it's from the romance angle but changing Dr Sartorius was a joke and the cybernitian, in the movie he's a lot more mature (or tired/exausted) for that.
aDDicteD  +   564d ago
i havent seen this movie yet, for some reason i was avoiding it but i still remained curious about the story even more now that i have watched the comparison video, this film might be like other remakes wherein people always favor the the older version like dawn of the dead, straw dogs, king kong etc. but i really have to see both to decide but based on the comparison the older version looks more complex in story as it runs through a 2 hours span while the new version is an hour and a half but the visuals were good.

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