As for my personal genre distinctions, I'd say that it's a sci-fi movie, but with a lot of slasher DNA mixed in
And also when you ask huge questions, like 'What is the meaning of life?' or 'What happens when you die?' — both questions that Lost took on, as does Prometheus — it's sort of hubris for me as a writer to try to answer those questions definitively."
Lindelof: That’s right. It’s order versus chaos, which is what it always was. But first it had to start as science versus faith, because Jack is a doctor and Locke is a guy who got up from his wheelchair and walked. Now the question has been boiled down to its essential root—is there a God or is there nothingness?
Carroll [a theoretical physicist]: Presumably, if it is order versus chaos or purpose versus randomness, there is no right answer. It’s not as if in the finale you’re going to say, “Yup, it was order.”
Cuse: I don’t think there’s a right answer.
Lindelof: But the show can’t have its cake and eat it, too. At the end of the day, if Locke and Jack were to sit down and say, “Well, we were kind of both right,” that would not be satisfying. It has to come down one way or another.
Get away from her you bitch!
Not bad for a human.
Is this gonna be a standup fight, sir, or another bughunt?
Game over man, game over.
They mostly come out at night. Mostly.
Boy's definitely got a corncob up his ass.
All right, sweethearts, what are you waiting for? Breakfast in bed? Another glorious day in the Corps!
Hudson: Hey Vasquez, have you ever been mistaken for a man?
Vasquez: No. Have you?
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