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10 Movie Astronauts You Wouldn’t Want To Be Stuck In Space With
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10 Movie Astronauts You Wouldn’t Want To Be Stuck In Space With | Battlefield Earth (2000)
Battlefield Earth (2000)

Character: Terl (John Travolta)

A sneering, superior and insufferable villain, he’s the sort of panto baddie you’d rather see launched into space on the outside of a rocket. With a ridiculous wannabe Rasta-Klingon hairdo and that stupid nose plug thingy, Terl is a fashion disaster and an alien in serious need of some attitude adjustment. Then there’s that time his race enslaved all of humanity and got taken down by a bunch of idiots with a Harrier Jump Jet and some underdeveloped plotting. He’d be better staying at home and entering cosplay competitions than going anywhere with us.

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1 What!
So like... Where was Ash of the Nostromo!? Who made this list? And IBM as a charecter??? Have a better one... More

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KHANNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!! More

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Unbelievable, Burke and Ash not mentioned, maybe even Fifield!!!!! what about Khan? More

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Today I learned that Hal 9000 is an astronaut. More

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6 As below……..
Where the hell are Ash and Burke! Both defo deserve mentions! More

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7 Solaris - Kelvin not Klein!
Clooney's character in Solaris does not "share a name with Chris Klein" since he's called Chris Kelvin... More

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8 Burke
Burke from Aliens came to mind when I first saw this More

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9 Ash
Sorely missing Ian Holm's Ash here. More

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10 Event horizon
I assume Chris wrote this with an obligatory/incessant mention of Event Horizon More

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