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When Worlds Collide(1951)

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  • Memory of childhood

    • Tuneless
    • 2/23/12

    This was one of my favorite childhood movies. Not that, as a child I wanted the world to end, but the fascinating pictures of the destruction of our old world, and the physical and spiritual quest for a new beginning for humankind were totally fascinating. The image of a rocket taking off using a kind of roller coaster launching pad has stayed with me over the years. Sure, it's dated today; yet Lars Von Trier did an artistic and very downer version of this film ( with much more artistic goals) last year as MELANCHOLIA. Both films are worth watching.

  • when world collide

    • lesmackie
    • 9/13/09

    excellent early scifi flick............without telling the ending,,,,,,,,,,,it was ethereal and hope/awe inspiring for possible future survival scenarios......les:-)

  • When Worlds Collide (1951)

    • Jay
    • 6/22/09

    Fascinating and imaginative early sci-fi film, good production values. The special effects are good for the most part. Great pacing, good story.

  • One of the Best of the early fifties.

    • Greg Graves
    • 11/5/06

    One of the best of the pre "Forbidden Planet" era. Good effects. The color holds up very well. Good story. Too bad the follow up hbook "After Worlds Collide" was not done at the time.

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