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All I remember about the movie was that they had CRT monitors on Mars.
There were PDA's on Mars too...in Doom 3.

And there were no tablet computers either
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As a Doom fan I have no problem with it. I just hope they get it right this time.
This.

They are rebooting the Doom movie, lets home for something decent. Not some movie loosely based on Doom.
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Yea, you say the movie is based off a video game then change daemons into a biological virus to basically copy resident evil.

I think a good plot would be a marine or special ops type person like Rambo gets back from a war then gets killed by a drunk driver. When he gets to hell basically starts to fight his way using guns that daemons used to torcher people and/or war vets like himself trying to fight his way to save his daughter type of thing.
Your few sentence plot sounds better than there multimillion dollar films one was...
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All I remember about the movie was that they had CRT monitors on Mars.
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There were PDA's on Mars too...in Doom 3.

And there were no tablet computers either
I know you guys are just poking fun, but I barely even notice that kind of stuff anymore. Back to the Future II had floating skateboards and self air-drying clothes in 2015 (predicting 26 years out). Blade Runner's dystopia, complete with flying cards, was set in 2019 (predicting 37 years out). The original Star Trek episodes had physical push-button controls and switches on a 23rd century spaceship! Movies never, never get the future right.

So I don't think it's crazy that the 1985 DOOM movie had CRTs and PDAs in a 2005 movie. Was it forward thinking? No, but I don't think it even tried to do that. It just used the most common technology around when the movie was made. I was still using a CRT and an iPaq PDA in 2005...iPhones/tablets (good tablets, anyway) didn't even exist yet, and flat screen monitors were still the exception, not the rule. (Although they probably should have used flat screens and bad tablets to make it seem a little more "futureish"...it was probably a budget decision to go with common, and therefore cheaper, technology.)
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I know you guys are just poking fun, but I barely even notice that kind of stuff anymore. Back to the Future II had floating skateboards and self air-drying clothes in 2015 (predicting 26 years out). Blade Runner's dystopia, complete with flying cards, was set in 2019 (predicting 37 years out). The original Star Trek episodes had physical push-button controls and switches on a 23rd century spaceship! Movies never, never get the future right.

So I don't think it's crazy that the 1985 DOOM movie had CRTs and PDAs in a 2005 movie. Was it forward thinking? No, but I don't think it even tried to do that. It just used the most common technology around when the movie was made. I was still using a CRT and an iPaq PDA in 2005...iPhones/tablets (good tablets, anyway) didn't even exist yet, and flat screen monitors were still the exception, not the rule. (Although they probably should have used flat screens and bad tablets to make it seem a little more "futureish"...it was probably a budget decision to go with common, and therefore cheaper, technology.)
I whole heartily agree. I don't even think that the art director is going have enough time to predict what the future counterparts of each piece of technology in a scene would look like in X amount of years. Most of the focus is really about just getting the movie done. The pieces that get the most attention are the plot devices and sometimes those designs get outsourced to sponsoring parties like the Lexus in Minority Report. Budget constraints and what is available at the time of the filming are large factors.

I usually consider the context and expectations of the movie. I don't expect anything but the best tech toys in Tony Stark's possession especially for the budget each Iron Man is given. This is also true for other big budget movies where a lot of attention to detail is given or CG is heavily implemented. Old tech like CRTs are appropriate for a dystopian world or trash heap.

Another way to ease the 'accuracy bug' is to not think about the movie as our future. Think about it as a glimpse into another parallel Universe where certain tech is behind in development. Take BSG for example, FTL drives are common place, but they still use the old wired phone radios instead of something like the communicators used in Star Trek.
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Do you smell what the rock is cooking?
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^worst mod ever

why do virgin nerds think cartoon porn is so cool?
lol just look at his name!
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Do you smell what the rock is cooking?
"Oh God! Dwayne, do that in the bathroom!"
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lol just look at his name!
your steam name
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I can't wait for this! I loved the first doom movie, hopefully this one is even better
    
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