A movie (also referred to as a motion picture or film) is a sequence of images, usually on a celluloid strip, projected with sufficient speed to create the illusion of one, solid, moving picture.
Motion picture technology was created in the early 20th century, and quickly became a premiere form of entertainment.
Roberta Lincoln was an avid watcher of films, and often referred to current movies during her adventures with Gary Seven and Isis. (TOS novels: Assignment: Eternity, The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1, The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2) Early in their partnership, Seven informed Lincoln that spies only lived glamorous lives in the movies. (TOS - Star Trek: Assignment: Earth comic: "Brighter Than a Thousand Suns")
David Rabin was a fan of many old movies and movie genres, including Westerns (particularly those with actor John Wayne) and martial arts films. A particular favorite, given his desert background, was Lawrence of Arabia. Leonard McCoy shared a love of Western films with Rabin. (TOS novel: Vulcan's Forge)
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There have been eleven Star Trek movies produced so far based on the Original Series and The Next Generation. The first Star Trek movie was released in 1979 and the latest in 2009. All of them have novelizations based on their scripts, and many have had comic book adaptations.
|Star Trek: The Original Series|
|Episodes | TAS | Movies | Novels | Short Stories | Comics | Games|
|Star Trek: The Next Generation (2364-)|
|Episodes and movies||List of all the episodes
Star Trek Generations | Star Trek: First Contact | Star Trek: Insurrection | Star Trek Nemesis
|Novels||During the series | After the series
|Main characters||Picard | Riker | La Forge | Yar | Worf | Crusher | Pulaski | Troi | Data | Wesley|
|Ships and places||Enterprise-D | Enterprise-E
This is a list of confirmed or irrefutable allusions and references of movies, television, and miscellaneous pop culture seen on Lost (per transcript verbatum and/or crew citation). As it is a list of miscellany, it primarily lists movies, TV and comic art content that is not included in other cultural references pages.
For references from shows, movies, and other outside sources to Lost, see Outside references to Lost.
The full list of direct references to Movies, TV or miscellaneous pop culture is sorted by name below. Only direct references or influences confirmed by major contributors to the production team are given.
|The Blue Danube|
|Boston Red Sox|
|Green Lantern and Flash|
|The Wizard of Oz|
[Miles looks at Jack and points at Kate, emphasizing her point. Miles walks over to the table where Hurley is inspecting his hand.]
The following works are not directly referenced in Lost, but are confirmed influences.
The Movie of the Transformers franchise can refer to a number of things.
Associated with the 1986 film:
Associated with the 2007 film:
Movie may refer to either of the following.