1 Blade Runner is amazing, you're an idiot. grow up and watch it again. it makes you evaluate what it means to be human. one of the best sci-fi movies ever made, imo. but then I am a huge Philip K Dick fan.
2 Making Mr. Right - never seen it
3 Multiplicity - a film with potential but is desperate and boring. incidentally this is the only movie you named which features clones
will edit when I think of movies which feature clones and I'm not facepalming at how much of an idiot you are
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (2002) - not the best Star Wars film, but eh
Godsend (2004) - horror, not great
Alien Resurrection (1997) - Alien film featuring a cloned Ripley.
Resident Evil films - self-explanatory
this movie I'm going to put in spoilers, because I can't post the title in this thread without giving away what the "twist" of the film is:
Moon (2009) - sci-fi drama featuring Sam Rockwell as the sole human overseeing mining operations on the Moon. found this and d/l'd it without knowing anything about it, was impressed.
films that aren't strictly about cloning:
Surrogates (2009) - sci-fi action. pulp, really, but it's not terrible
Splice (2009) - sci-fi horror about introducing human DNA when splicing animal genes. don't remember it well
The Prestige (2006) - one of my fave films, mystery thriller featuring Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale as musicians. cloning only features a small part, but it's a great film.
Stepford Wives (1975) - not as good as it should have been. sci-fi thriller about trying to create the perfect wife.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956, remade in '78) - classic film, again one of the best ever imo. straight-up awesome sci-fi movie
Last edited by ShutMeUp; 05-23-2012 at 07:11 PM.
Reason: remembered more
The blade runner movie was stupid. I'm not sure why everyone likes it so much. Hell, the book was a lot better than the movie, and I didn't even like the book that much. FYI: The movie leaves out most of the central themes mentioned in the book.
Gattaca isn't about cloning (genetic engineering) but some of the concepts are pretty similar.