The Crossroads of the Aether
This is in no particular order:
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Around the World in 80 Days
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
The Time Traveler
Journey to the Center of the Earth
The Land That Time Forgot
The Mysterious Island of Dr. No
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Those Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machines
I would have to say I believe it is called "Island of lost children " a french film with subtitles. It has been around for a while but it is the best steampunk film I have seen in a while. Not a lot of FX but a lot of steampunk stuff. Also Dune works for me as well
Well, the movies that I was drawn to growing up - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Time Machine, Island at the Top of the World, Journey to the Center of the Earth, had an aesthetic and technology that I really appreciated. They are still fun to watch. I had the 20,000 Leagues Viewmaster set and spent a long time imagining myself in that world. I really enjoyed Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes and Game of Shadows, although the second movie was a little over done.
My first is "Island of lost children" a french film but available at my local library then perhaps "The Wild Wild West" with Will Smith. The "Time Machine" both early one and the latest one. Dune is a bit steampunkish plus of course Metropolis and "things to come"
I watched on Netflix yesterday, "Jack and the Cuckoo-Clock Heart". It was neat, weird, and sad at the same time.
Our microbudget steampunk film version of Frankenstein has been released! (think Edwardian) Please rate and share. Original score.
For some reason Amazon separated the streaming vs the DVD reviews. If you review for one it won't show up for the other. No idea why.
Link for Amazon Streaming: (this is standard quality)
Link for DVD on Amazon: (good quality)
Thank you again everyone.
The Golden compass is one of my favorite. I personally enjoyed the role played by daniel craig.