After the Credits Episode 44 – Remembering Michael Crichton

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Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina look back at the career of Michael Crichton.

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Show Notes:

:01 – Bumper
:04 – Opening Music: The Silence Industry’s “The Edge of Illusion”
:57 – Introduction
4:50Michael Crichton
10:00 – Top 3’s
19:55 – Closing thoughts
21:07 – Closing Music: The Silence Industry’s “Awakened”

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Top 3’s

Colleen’s Top 3

3. Jurassic Park
2. Westworld
1. The Andromeda Strain

Marina’s Top 3

3. Jurassic Park
2. The Andromeda Strain
1. Westworld

Dale’s Top 3

3. Westworld
2. Twister
1. Jurassic Park

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Twister Trailer




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5 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 44 – Remembering Michael Crichton

  1. My top three would be:

    3. Westworld

    2. Runaway

    1. The Andromeda Strain

    Surprized didn't hear any love for Runaway, I always find it funny too look at what was once forward thinking for tech that now seems nostalgic. Westworld would have scored higher but it still scares me like mad.. but it does have Yul in it.

    Michael Crichton will definitely be missed.

  2. Runaway rules, at least it did when I was a teenager. Probably saw that film half a dozen times. I mean what's not to love about creepy spider robots with syringes, or bullets that turn corners (i.e. Awesomeness!)

    Also, as a piece of pure entertaiment, I adore THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY, and as a piece of great goofy stupidity, CONGO rules.

  3. Added Runaway to my zip list – Gene Simmons put it over the edge for me.

    As for Sphere – yeah…it`s not a great movie and not even particularly entertaining but when it`s on TV, I can`t help but watch. Should rent that at some point to see it from beginning to end – it`s been a few years.

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