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Coasting : Issue 15 September 2010
10 central coast • new south wales EATURE COASTING ENTERTAINMENT ® Botulinum Toxin/ Anti Wrinkle Injection c8805617-2Sep Interview with a better movie? A: The Matrix was mind-blowing at the time and, to this day, is probably one of the best sci-fi movies of the past 20 years. It was a film that you couldn't really explain to anyone and I remember just sitting in the cinema at the end of the film trying to piece it all together. Inception is another mind-bending sci-fi but the complexity of the story is far more compelling than the special effects and, again, a film that you really have difficulty in explaining. It's just a "must see" film. Which is better? I found the concept of Inception a little more believable... some government agency somewhere in the world has the technology in development. Or am I sitting in a capsule somewhere in the year 2199 with a big rod in the back of my head, thinking I'm having this film debate with myself? Q: More importantly, which of them is easier to follow? A: They are both films you need to see more than once to completely appreciate. I think Inception was slightly easier, but I'm not going to tell you that I completely grasped either of them first time round. Q: What movie can you remember being most excited about as a teenager? A: Back to the Future. I watched the movie and then got to sit in the flying DeLorean at Universal Studios. What more could a teenage boy want? SCI-FI FAN: Cinema manager Michael King at Hoyts Erina. Picture by Aaron Brown. Name: Michael King. Role: Manager of Hoyts Erina.
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