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The Dream Machine --- The Imagination of the World Wide Web
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The plot, although vague, certainly isn't going to win any awards for originality. The beginning is a too-long scene involving the action figure aliens, who have come to earth to warn a few scientists of the evil coming in three hundred years. Sound familiar?
Three hundred years later, Bruce Willis is a pathetic taxi-driver (his taxi floats!). For no apparent reason, (he is good-looking, if you like the rugged, muscular type) he has terrible luck with women. Then he runs into a woman who is apparently some sort of goddess-on-earth come to save the world from evil. Boom! Major romance. It's obvious where this movie's going from that point on. The rest of the movie is pointlessly violent; the cheesy special effects continue, and it becomes unbearably long...
If you like futuristic movies about good guys and bad guys kicking each other's you-know-whats, you should see it. I just prefer movies with less "Bang! You're dead!"