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Many science fictions portray alien life as being somewhat similar to life on earth.
The best thing about this movie is the fact that the proposed aliens aren't just someone's made-up ideas about what aliens might look like.
The premise: A few hundred years from now, a space probe from Earth travels to a planet several light years away.
I liked a lot this 2005 Discovery Channel production, which for me is in fact a SF film disguised as a "docufiction". Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darth Maciek
If there is a Darwin 5 out there, then we need to go. Theories and concepts are well within the relm of possiblity for roboting and/or human exploration in the near future of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lloyd
I remembered when this came out on TV liked the show because it was different from anything I had seen before or even sense. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris
I really enjoyed watching this on TV. The imagination that went into making it is incredible. There is a bit of a surprise at the end of the DVD which makes me hope there will be... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Frank L. Gallagher
A thoughtful exercise about a futuristic space odyssey. Reminds us of whatever is out there, it won't be like home. Wonderful graphics.Published 10 months ago by A. J. Dragowski
Nobody knows what form life may take on an alien world. Many science fictions portray alien life as being somewhat similar to life on earth. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ron Smith
This DVD is an animation taken from Wayne Douglas Barlowe's book "Expedition", which narrates the exploration of the newly discovered planet called Darwin IV. Read morePublished 14 months ago by railfan
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|Looking for a Discovery Channel documentary that resembles Alien Planet||
The program was titled "Extraterrestrial" and shown on the National Geographic Channel some years back. It's a worthy equivalent to Alien Planet. I've looked for it on DVD here at Amz and at Nat Geo's website but I don't think it was ever produced on that medium.
Aug 9, 2008 by Christopher J. Keesing | See all 3 posts