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At a convention, Jason is approached by a group calling themselves Thermians, led by Mathesar, who request his help. Jason thinks they want him for a promotional appearance and agrees. The next morning, when the Thermians pick him up, Jason is hung over and does not grasp that the Thermians are aliens and that he has been transported to a working re-creation of the bridge of the NSEA Protector, the starship from Galaxy Quest. Believing he is on a set and must perform in character, he confronts the Thermians' enemy, the evil warlord Sarris, who demands the "Omega 13", a secret superweapon mentioned in the final scene of the series, which has never been used and whose capabilities are unknown. Giving perfunctory orders, Jason manages to temporarily defeat Sarris.
After the grateful Thermians transport him back to Earth, Jason realizes the experience was real. He attempts to convince the other cast members, but is rebuffed. When the Thermian Laliari appears and requests Jason's help again, the cast, thinking it is a job, join him, including their handler Guy, who played an ill-fated redshirt in one episode of the series. Aboard the Protector, the cast learns that the Thermians, who possess no concept of fiction, believe episodes of Galaxy Quest are true "historical documents". Inspired by the crew's adventures, they have based their society on the virtues espoused by the show and manufactured a functioning replica of the Protector.
Our heart-to-heart with Captain Jack inspired us to set out on our own heroic adventure. Trusty steed? Check. Knight in armor? Check. Damsel in distress? Check. Here's our top 10 favorite quest films -- and the ones which had us rooting for the Dark Side.
1. Star Wars George Lucas, 1977 Undoubtedly the ultimate quest film. Rescue the princess, blow up the Death Star, bring peace to the galaxy -- but when the princess is sassy, the sidekicks are droids, the Wookie is grouchy and the hyperspace button never seems to work, how will those crazy kids thwart Darth Vader's evil plans? "Use the force, Luke..."
3. The Goonies Richard Donner, 1985 The ultimate geek quest movie sees a young (and trim) Sean Astin lead the greatest bunch of misfits in film history on the trail of a dead pirate (the questionably named "One-eyed Willie") and his loot. Armed with gadgets, quick wit and the occasional truffle-shuffle, the Goonies race to the treasure, pursued at every turn by the incompetent criminal family the Fratellis. Remember: "Goonies never say die!"
4. The Wizard of Oz Victor Fleming, 1939 Gorgeously restored in its original Technicolor, Dorothy heads over the rainbow and along the Yellow Brick Road with the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. Their quest for a heart, a brain, some courage and a ticket home leads them to the Emerald City; meanwhile, Wicked Witch of the West-induced nightmares became a rite of passage for children everywhere.
9. Monty Python and the Holy Grail Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones, 1975 "I'll bite your legs off!" The Python crew combat nubile wenches, killer bunnies and the shrubbery-loving Knights of Ni ("Ni!") in an attempt to retrieve the Holy Grail. If you're setting out on a similar quest, remember to pack a holy hand grenade...
Lord of the Rings Peter Jackson, 2001-2003 Ok, let's get this straight. We love the Lord of the Rings. But we don't love Elijah Wood's increasingly anguished expressions, which look more like curry-induced gastro-intestinal discomfort than an inner struggle against the essence of evil. Sean Astin's Sam Gamgee makes the hobbit-quest element bearable, and Andy Sirkis is stunning as Gollum, but that didn't stop us wishing they would just get on with it.
Here's something I didn't expect to discover during my Oculus Quest 2 review: the resolution is so good that it's almost as useful for watching movies as it is for playing games. Even if I wasn't interested in playing VR titles, I think the Quest 2 has plenty of utility as a dedicated movie and TV watching device.
For me, silently watching movies in bed is often necessary so as not to wake my sleeping partner. I can't turn on the TV because the light and sound will disturb her, but I can pull on the Quest, shove some earbuds in, and feel like I'm watching Transformers: Dark of the Moon on opening night (in an empty theater, obviously).
Finally, you can also transfer videos directly from your computer onto the Quest 2. The Quest shows up as a drive on PC, but on Mac you'll need to use the Android File Transfer utility. You can put full 4K movies onto your Quest 2 this way, just keep in mind that the $299 model only comes with 64GB of available space.
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