Clarke's Third Law: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
So you disagree with Clarke?Even if technology of some level can be considered to be basically magic (he, look at a lot of stuff we have today... that's already like magic) it still stays a fact it is not magic.
Oh and - faster than light travel is possible. It's a matter of the conditions of the travel, not the travel itself. According to current physics moving through the space is limited with the speed of light. If you take the room with you, then there are no limits to your travelling-speed. See for Miguel Alcubierre and his ideas. (Alcubierre drive and stuff!)Clarke's First Law: When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.
Well, in that case I suggest you to stick to Hollywood comedies, thrillers and actions movies. You know, the basic mainstream blockbusters and stuff. If even There will be blood is boring for you, then those even more unusual directors (for example Jim Jarmusch) must be living nightmares of boringness!Timodeus wrote:... I did not say the characters where flat. The characters were well-planned and crafted. But that does not change the fact the movie is boring as hell.