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I've used this application for years and it was amazing on all platforms including Android device on Samsung Galaxy S4. However, since I upgraded my phone to the S6, which has stupidly got rid of the menu key, I've lost access to all the functions. Any possibility of adding a menu function onscreen? EDIT Menu button and all functionality is back with the recent update! Thanks!
This application has a amazing concept, but has remained unchanged for a lot of years. There is some fertile ground here for the future. What about extending the "scrollable-planets" into maps, (just as its inverted sky-view function is)? You could add names of surface features, for example, a list of planet facts and info, a history of observation space-craft visit. And why just stick to planets? We have photos of Pluto, Ceres, Charon and Vesta now, and what about all those moons? Extend the concept, where possible.
Here comes a billion dollar campfire. At least it's amazing for something. The second of the Mars based box office bombs released in 2000, Red Planet is maybe - just maybe - worth a revisit by some who were irritated by it back on first viewing. Once knowing that this is not going to be some action packed alien movie, that it's a survivalist drama that hints its hat to 1950s sci-fi schlock, that cares about its characters, then there's a decent popcorner experience to be had here. This is not to say it's a genius entry in the sci-fi pantheon, because it's not, the same issues still exist; Terence Stamp is woefully under used (seriously they could have got any low paid hero actor to play his role), some things either don't create sense or are left unanswered, and of course it still drags in the middle as the boys chatter away on Mars whilst Carrie Anne-Moss is up at base station fretting and suffering erectus nippleus. Yet there's fun to be had here, some nutty science marries up with nice photography and splendid set design, and the makers know what sort of picture they wish to make. Where Mission to Mars sunk under the weight of its own pretensions - trying to go all elegiac and important, Red Planet nudges and winks and asks you along for the ride. So obtain on board and take it for what it is, a pretentious free location with amazing human drama at the core. 6.5/10
*SPOILERS BELOW* I frst saw this movie on its first run on CBS. I was in junior high and a hard core sci-fi fan. I was hooked from the first scene. Written by the late amazing Rod Serling based on the novel by Pierre Boulle, the story is very engaging. After we are introduced to an ANSA Mission Commander named Colonel Taylor, we are treated to a roller-coaster type sequence as we see the re-entry and crash of Taylor's ship subjectively; as if we were aboard her. The abandon ship scenes are still impressive even by today's standards. It's very simple to believe we are seeing a true spacecraft crashed in the water. The next sequence basically establishes Taylor's personality. To be blunt, he is an arrogant jerk. He mentions hoping to search something better than Man. In a literal casr of "Be careful what you want for", he spends the rest of the movie trying to prove the opposite. After he and his two squad members encounter a tribe of wild, mute humans, the sci-fi element takes on a horror flavor as a terrifying horn sounds. We are then introduced to the higher lifeforms of the planet which happen to be apes. The hunting sequences are both exciting and disturbing. As we are familiarized with the film's antagonists, we obtain a bit of comedy relief as we hear Julius, the zoo-keeper say "Human see, human do" The simian characters are all wonderfully written and acted. I had heard a lot of times about the ending, but actually seeing Miss Liberty half buried and weathered like that was still a shock. CBS edited Heston's agonized reaction to merely "DAMN YOU!!". I didn't hear the uncut ver until I rented it on VHS about 2 decades later when I got my first VCR. The fresh Apes movies are well created but I will always prefer this one. I highly recommend it if you haven't seen it.
There seemed to be a lot of dodgy thinking going on, considering this was zone exploration. For instance, spaceships going along a certain route hold on mysteriously disappearing, and the man in charge simply decides to send one more ship at a time, along the same route. What's going to happen when he runs out of men? And there are a lot of other instances that defy all attempts at logic. This is one of those movies that would have given Spock a sleepless night, allow me tell you. As I'm finishing up my now-legendary Mill Creek 50-pack, 'Nightmare Worlds', I watched this, and it was fun, fine and downright decent. I had a amazing time, and it was very enjoyable with some interesting ideas (and Richard Kiel in a rubber creature suit), once I place my brain into suspended animation. As of yet, I haven't bothered with MST3K or its similar ilk, as I fail to see the point--the idea seems stupid and condescending. It seems like if the neighbourhood prostitute regularly charged say, $5, and for $50, you would have the experience, but with two losers there, laughing at her and explaining to you why she was a whore. At least to my estimation, cinema shouldn't be experienced like that. Every movie is like a woman, appreciates its own love and understanding, and furthermore, deserves to be treated like a lady.
Your mind refuses to face the conclusion. Forbidden Planet is directed by Fred M. Wilcox and stars Walter Pidgeon, Anne Francis, and Leslie Nielsen. Screenplay is written by Cyril Hume from an original story by Irving Block & Allen Adler (original title being Fatal Planet). It is a CinemaScope production out of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and is shot in Eastman Color (not Metrocolor as suggested on some sources) by cinematographer George J. Folsey. The piece features a novel musical score (credited as "electronic tonalities") by Louis & Bebe Barron. Loosely based around William Shakespeare's play The Tempest, the story sees Nielsen and the squad of the C-57D spaceship sent to the remote planet of Altair IV. Where once was a colony of Earthlings, now the only inhabitants are Dr Morbius (Pidgeon), his daughter Altaira (Francis) and Robby, a highly sophisticated Robot that Morbius had built. It transpires from Morbius that all civilisations on Altair IV was wiped out by an unseen force, but not before he himself was able to use some of the knowledge gained from the Krell race to build Robby and the Plastic Educator. However, it's not before long something starts stalking and killing the men of the C- 57D. They must obtain to the bottom of the mystery or they too will be wiped out. The 50s was of course the decade of the B movie. A decade where science fiction schlockers and creaky monster features ruled the drive in theatres. As paranoia of potential nuclear battle and technology spiralling out of control gripped America, movie studios grasped the opportunity to create a money killing whilst providing an entertainment stress release courtesy of science fiction based movies. Be it giant insects, monsters or alien invaders, there were some fun - some poor - and some rather intelligent films that hit the silver screen. Falling into the latter category is Forbidden Planet, an smart and excellently produced film that is one of the few that genuinely holds up well over 50 years since its release. To delve further would be unfair to potential newcomers to the film, but in short the piece carries interesting motifs such as sexual awakening, the power of the sub-conscious, or more appropriately the perils of a repressed conscious. It's a Freudian twister, and then some. Also lifting Forbidden Planet a long method above those men in rubber suit films of the decade is the production value of the piece. True, the budget was considerably larger than what was normally afforded the genre (almost $5 million), but every penny is up there on the screen. The CinemaScope really brings to the front the sets and visual effects, while the Eastman Color fully enhances the animations and matte paintings on offer. The whole look and feel of the film points to it being later than 1956, so it's no surprise to see musing on the DVD extras such luminaries like Spielberg, Lucas, Cameron & Scott, since Forbidden Planet has influenced as much as it has enthralled. With one of the cleverest stories in the genre, one of its best ever robots (Robby would become a star all on his own) and certainly the best spaceship landing ever, Forbidden Planet is a genre high point and essential viewing for those interested in said genre pieces. 9/10
Allow me say right off the bat that at least for me, there were two things working in this film's favour even before I started it (as 2 nifty percent of my infamous Mill Creek 50-pack, 'Nightmare Worlds'): a) I love the old-time serials, a part a week at the theatres, each with a cliffhanger ending; and b) I'm a fan of Buster Crabbe, from seeing him previously both as Tarzan and in a Flash Gordon serial. Directors Beebe and Goodkind were masters at the format, and this is no exception (although since it's from the 30's, and with B-movie budgetary restrictions at that, I readily dismiss all negative comments from people complaining that for the 1950's, it's really crappy filmmaking--it's NOT from the 50's, but simply edited then into a feature-length movie the company could then sell, most probably to tv stations). I enjoyed it, though I want that instead of seeing this, I was watching the unedited, undiluted full serial that was originally made. I have read that the best and most exciting parts were edited out.
Excellant tool for finding just where the planets are in the sky! Simple to use and quick. Moons of Jupiter and Rings of Saturn are out there. All that is required is a little telescope and this app. Would highly recommend! Also has amazing data, links & info..... AE
One morning we saw a bright star and I wanted see if it was a planet so u came to the application shop and found this. It works really well. I also found another planet app, called planet finder, but it was a compass and it had the planets as North, South, East, and West. I like apps that you can point your phone at and it will tell you if the thing is a planet and what planet it is.
This application has no calibration issues. It shows planets accurately like the older versions of Google sky map, which no longer calibrates since they updated that app. I just [email protected]#$%! had star names and worked as well as the older versions of Google sky map. It is a bit touchy and and moves the planets just off the screen once you search them. A bit frustrating but all other apps so far never calibrate. This one at least is better at accuracy. I will hold looking. Droid Turbo 2.
Novice user level. Just shows you the general vicinity that the planet is in. Would be better if more information was given, I.E. magnitude, azimuth and elevation from relative location, rise & set times, etc.. Amazing that your allowed to key in your own coodinates.