Could be Aeon Flux (2005)?
Charlize Theron's character, the main protagonist, and Sithandra, whose feet have been modified to be hands, are trying to cross a grassy area which is 'spiky'. There are elements of cloning in the plot as well.
This is probably Just Imagine (1930). The description on the "Flying Cars" page of TVTropes says:
In the 1930's sci-fi musical Just Imagine everyone has their own propeller-driven personal airplane with horizontal props inset in each wing so they can hover in midair, allowing their occupants to chat or burst into song. In a Take That! against the ...
Could this be Branded from 2012? I haven't seen it but the trailer features heavy consumerism and some scenes of quasi-organic looking things attached to people's heads. The blu-ray summary says:
BRANDED is a dark and mind-bending journey into a surreal, dystopian society where mega-corporations have unleashed a monstrous global conspiracy to get inside our ...
The scene you're talking about is from chapter 16, "Through the Trapdoor". Harry, Ron and Hermione have just told McGonagall about their suspicions, and asked to see Dumbledore. Since the headmaster is not there, they're unsure what to do.
'It's tonight,' said Harry, once he was sure Professor McGonnagal was out of earshot. 'Snape's going through ...
The Lord of the G-Strings: The Femaleship of the String (2003)
A diminutive and seductive Throbbit has been entrusted with the task of destroying the all-powerful G-String that can grant its possessor untold powers.
Dildo Saggins: Actually, the Throbbits were trisexuals. They'd try anything, the horny little bastards
Jackson decided that the elves of Elrond's court were vegetarians, according to the film's production team, WETA Workshop.
We [WETA] discuss what kinds of foods the Elves would serve in Rivendell with Food Stylist Deborah Logan. Creating a dietary guide that dictated
which ingredients and food preparation were appropriate. Elrond's
court were vegetarians ...
The chamber is capable of accurately replicating the storm, but to revert the individual to their original form requires additional power to "control the storm".
"Reed, stop," Sue begged him, not knowing where to hold him or what to do. "You need to rest your—"
"The power ... I need . . . more power ... to control ... the ...
"Robot with horns", "robot and girl companion in a military setting", "game-like animation", it's an Appleseed movie.
Specifically, it's Appleseed Alpha (2014).
This film does not follow the previous Appleseed movie canon; it is an alternate version of the story's origins. Briareos, for example, is already a ...
Yes the movie is "The Clones (1973)"
According to IMDB, the movie is about "A scientist discovers a plot to clone other scientists so the government can control the weather."
And watching the The Clones (1973) trailer, I see scenes on a roller coaster in an amusement park.
Since the query specifies the movie, here's the scene in question:
Up to Something!
Real world answer: this is just actor Alan Rickman being totally awesome, in character, and on point.
If you watch the clip, Snape looks curiously at Harry twice. When he's saying "three young Griffindors such as yourselves", his expression is one of mild suspicion, ...
This has similarities with 'Immortal', a French film IMDB Entry
In the distant future, Earth is occupied by ancient gods and
genetically altered humans. When a god is sentenced to death he seeks
a new human host and a woman to bear his child.
The film has a god-like character which has an eagle like head.
More on Wikipedia
The film takes place in New York ...
Sounds like No Such Thing, a 2001 movie with Sarah Polley. It involves a woman going to meet an alcoholic hedonistic monster in an isolated place in Iceland to make a news story about him, and also to find her fiancee. She brings the monster back to New York, where he becomes a celebrity. Things degenerate as he gets experimented on by scientists to find ...
This is the 1993 film, The Heroic Trio.
An invisible woman is kidnapping newborn babies who are destined to be emperors and delivering them to the mysterious subterranean supernatural Evil Master. The police are powerless, and the city must be saved by three very different women who share a terrible past. Anita Mui plays the mild-mannered wife of a police ...
This is The Asphyx (1973)
While filming a public execution as a protest against capital punishment, Cunningham activates a spotlight that he has crafted using phosphorus stones beneath a drip irrigation valve. Later, when viewing the film with his ward, Giles, Cunningham sees that the condemned man's asphyx was briefly held suspended in the spotlight's beam....
I really thought about the spear a lot. It bothered me at first but I've come to believe it was an important focal point for the message of the movie. I feel like Aniara was a study on how we believe everything is for us and within reach if we will only try to grab it - we have a hard time coming to peace with the fact that this isn't true.
If you consider ...
Whilst we have an accepted answer, other people who go looking for an answer to this question may be looking for Harrison Bergeron, which is a loose adaptation of the short story of the same name by Kurt Vonnegut.
In the short story, people who are more than averagely intelligent are forced to wear "handicaps" to limit their ability to think, which ...
This sounds like it could be Nemesis
In the movie, the main character Alex Raine is a cyborg former cop, in the first movie, his ex-lover, Jared is an android. With respect to her death, "It turns out that Jared was fatally wounded in her escape from LA, requiring her memory core to be salvaged from her body." I seem to remember lots of industrial ...
I remember a film like this too. In particular a scene in which the pizza slicer chases a woman around a kitchen. I don't remember the spider robots being part of this same movie though.
The name of the movie is Don't Go To Sleep (1982).