What is the future of sex? Well, if it has anything to do with the way it’s been portrayed in the films we talk about this time around, we’ll all be in big trouble!
If I had to sum up, in one word, what watching most of these movies was like… arduous. This was not an easy episode for either of us. Not the recording of the episode, mind you… and certainly not the episode itself (or at least I hope not!) But the movies we had to watch for this episode… gah. Tedious!
There seems to have been, at one time, the belief that sex would eventually evolve into something obsolete or irrelevant. What a sad and stupid existence that would be. So, let’s look at these artifacts depicting such a world and take heed. This is not the future that we’re looking for!
Movies Discussed: Zardoz (1974), Barbarella (1968), Supernova (2000), Strange Days (1995)
Also Mentioned: CQ (2001), Modesty Blaise (1966), Demolition Man (1993), Cocoon (1985), Lawnmower Man (1992)
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