That Time INTEL made a Sci-Fi Film | Nostalgia Nerd

31 aug. 2020
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Head to ​www.squarespace.com/nostalgianerd to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code NOSTALGIANERD.... In the 90's Intel released a kit designed for schools called, Journey Inside: The Computer. It consisted of a practical experiment chip set, a guide book and a set of video tapes. It's clear however, that Intel's ambitions were more lofty than pure education, so they also created a full IMAX Feature Movie and released it in selected US cinemas. It then made its way onto VHS for our home viewing (dis)pleasure. So what is this movie? Was it any good? and what was the plot line? All these questions and more, are answered within, as you join me on a viewing session through the film.
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  • The Journey Inside was directed by Barnaby Jackson and this is the only film he ever directed so maybe that explains why they used Alan Smithee. I think this film was possibly made for museums or even Disney because these were the main places where IMAX was predominately found back then.

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  • #Gamer

    Shinji IkariShinji IkariMaand geleden
  • I love your channel, I could watch it and even listen to it for hours. It's like my own NPR lol.

    stillcoldstillcoldMaand geleden
  • Watched the full film and seeing the names of Skywalker Sound, Dream Quest Images and Ernest D. Farino at the end credits who have all contributed to a much, much better sci-fi film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger released 3 years prior to this kinda makes me wonder what are the ideas they have in their heads when they knew Intel is approaching them to participate in this project. Also I see David Shire's name. He did a soundtrack to 2010, released 10 years before this. And the editor William Goldenberg did a Michael Mann film Heat a year after this.

    Subway GarageSubway Garage2 maanden geleden
  • Sorry it is 15:00

    Šimon DobešŠimon Dobeš2 maanden geleden
  • Jimmy's father looks like a John Cena. It is in 15:10 look at it.......

    Šimon DobešŠimon Dobeš2 maanden geleden
  • ‘Earth suits’... so that was what made Trump look orange

    Kasimir den HertogKasimir den Hertog2 maanden geleden
  • That line from the alien is the best line and it's still scratching me up humans should not reach the the Central points shoots guns A rock falls down classic

    Alan AdameAlan Adame3 maanden geleden
  • I call bs on this film. Grade Schools in 94 were still teaching lesson plans written in the 1800s and refused to acknowledge computers existed. No way i’d believe a boy that age would be given an assignment about microprocessors (or a full-time Intel employee on a massive deadline would have the free time to teach it even as an elective)

    Maniac536Maniac5364 maanden geleden
  • So this is why Intel have trouble with 10nm.........

    Kicapan ManisKicapan Manis4 maanden geleden
  • I swear I thought you were going to put the tape back in it's sleave and then drop it in the trash! Looks like a great candidate for MST3K or Rifftrax!

    John MarshallJohn Marshall5 maanden geleden
  • Intel will probably get an Oscar Nominated Award.

    Osei DwomohOsei Dwomoh6 maanden geleden
  • I might be too old for this Intel movie, but I've never heard of it before. We did however have to watch a lot of odd movies in 6-9th grade IT class (1990-92) (because the teachers had no idea how to teach us anything about computers, since they didn't know how to use them). We watched Electric Dreams and Tron that I remember, and some other movie where they copied credit cards by recording the sounds the keypad made, and then we had to watch a bunch of presentation videos for various computer programs. Like we watched a presentation of the GEM work suite, which we didn't even have on the school computers, but they had the video on VHS for whatever reason.

    SteelRodentSteelRodent6 maanden geleden
  • I thought it was awesome

    JustAnotherGuy FromTheNorthJustAnotherGuy FromTheNorth6 maanden geleden
  • Worked on Star Trek Discovery and Picard? Not sure if that's a step up from this

    DocStrangeloveDocStrangelove6 maanden geleden
  • Hearing the kid went on to do work for STD and Picard makes me think he should stay far away from sci fi

    TheKillerStoveTheKillerStove6 maanden geleden
  • Underrated video. Keep up the great work nostalgic

    BishopStarzBishopStarz6 maanden geleden
  • This physically hurt to watch 😫

    SpiderSpokeJunki :3SpiderSpokeJunki :36 maanden geleden
  • Wasn't aware of this movie. Thank you. Will definitely watch the whole thing now. I love Golden trash like this. ^^

    Danny N.Danny N.6 maanden geleden
  • Alan Smithee was used by Barnaby Jackson to distance himself :) EDIT: aaand 10 minutes later he says it in the video..

    Randy Marsh 2020Randy Marsh 20206 maanden geleden
  • "Sounds of Mechanical Acceptance" Best line on NLworld currently.

    TʜᴇCʏɴᴅɪᴄᴀᴛᴇTʜᴇCʏɴᴅɪᴄᴀᴛᴇ6 maanden geleden
  • 3:46 *Laughs in current year* I think the rich are handling that well enough...

    ZoanBlade90ZoanBlade906 maanden geleden
  • Star Trek Picard. How embarrassing

    bobdole57bobdole576 maanden geleden
  • Is it available on blu-ray !

    bobdole57bobdole576 maanden geleden
  • D O U G E S S E X

    McFinnaPantsMcFinnaPants6 maanden geleden
  • Of course the bad guy has an English accent! Hollywood has brain washed Americans to think the English guy is always the bad guy!

    MiSTer MiloMiSTer Milo7 maanden geleden
  • This the Wizard level of bad...

    A N D YA N D Y7 maanden geleden
  • Say Doug Essex really fast 3 times.

    melangekenmelangeken7 maanden geleden
  • 2:38 Man, if only Intel had given up on the stupid aliens plot and just made the movie 40 minutes of magnified CPU die photography accompanied by a sweeping orchestral score... I'd watch it.

    Jackson MileurJackson Mileur7 maanden geleden
  • Alright. I put this video off for about a week, cause it seemed rather uninteresting. How wrong I was! Now let's put it back into the archive to only be discovered a hundred years later. No sooner please!

    Quietus PlusQuietus Plus7 maanden geleden
  • Don't let Octavius catch you entering your computer!

    TooleaterTooleater7 maanden geleden
  • Makes me wonder how much Intel spent on this gem. lol

    Lurker1979Lurker19797 maanden geleden
  • Love your videos, keep up the good work! :)

    StereozentrumStereozentrum7 maanden geleden
  • throws cyrix cpu in blows up intel

    scooter meowdacatscooter meowdacat7 maanden geleden
  • Have heard from Sarah recently? She hasn't posted anything in three months and I was just wondering if she was OK.

    lurkerrekrullurkerrekrul7 maanden geleden
  • Funny

    Panny MoorePanny Moore7 maanden geleden
  • this thing exist on 70mm film? should there not be a dvd, a blu ray and a uhd blu ray avaible for it then?

    WegZurHölleWegZurHölle7 maanden geleden
  • Early adopters of Intel Pentium Processors: "Why do I get wrong results for some calculations on my brand new PC?" Intel: "Aliens put a bug into the fpu"

    Tom 2404Tom 24047 maanden geleden
  • This will still hit blu-ray before The Abyss.

    RiddlewireRiddlewire7 maanden geleden
  • I think it made me blind in one eye.

    bakermanbakerman7 maanden geleden
  • i knew the spectre and meltdown flaws were from aliens

    Za96uzZ XZa96uzZ X7 maanden geleden
  • wow...just..wow.

    slinkyfpvslinkyfpv7 maanden geleden
  • Ahhhh Imax trips, one of my teenage joys in the 90's and 00's! Saw so many, cheesy cliche story lines BUT amazing visuals and always optimistic positive ideas that the world was an amazing place worth living in. Space Station 3D was great, loved Everest too, so many of those films tapped into the 90's adrenaline rush sports, parachuting, hand gliding, surfing, good times!!

    QuaddersQuadders7 maanden geleden
  • This would have been a much better video if he were relaclxed on a sofa and not in a normal setup obviously not watching anything ...

    TechnimechanicalTechnimechanical7 maanden geleden
  • i did spew coffee a dozen times

    Michael HMichael H7 maanden geleden
  • Well, it has a 7.3 on IMDB. Ist this an indication that the film isn't so bad after all, or "so bad it's good again" - or that the voting system of IMDB suffers from grade inflation?

    E RynnE Rynn7 maanden geleden
  • I'm watching this on an AMD Ryzen based laptop built by the evil Abacus.

    kemi242kemi2427 maanden geleden
  • "Aliens trying to stop aliens from slowing technology " so it's the aliens fault that Intel's behind. Makes sense

    Carter ThielCarter Thiel7 maanden geleden
  • Oh, btw dude, join one of the biggest retro face groups "RETRO Machines" facebook.com/groups/RetroMachines

    Mate OvidiuMate Ovidiu7 maanden geleden
  • 15:22 you forgot to rewind the tape!

    VK3HAUVK3HAU7 maanden geleden
  • Well... I'm now going to have to watch this entire film.

    RoseTintedSpectrumRoseTintedSpectrum7 maanden geleden
  • Still a better love story than twilight

    Ferintosh Farms PhotographyFerintosh Farms Photography7 maanden geleden
  • It would have been cool if they rereleased it in HD for the 25th Pentium aniversary. Its so rare I can't even find a rip on "those" sites... Edit: He uploaded the full movie, look in the description. Big thanks!

    TheRailroad99TheRailroad997 maanden geleden
  • 10:00 "Eventually they rock on over too...." disappointed you didn't say Electric Avenue :(

    Planet BarryPlanet Barry7 maanden geleden
  • Couple more Star Trek connections. Costume designer was Durinda Wood who did season 3 of The Next Generation (she did the initial costume overhaul that carried out the rest of the series) and Marc Okrand, doing the alien language here like he did for Klingon.

    Duotronic NoneDuotronic None7 maanden geleden
  • I'm sorry but I just can't like a video with a sponsorship stuck on the middle interrupting the content

    rager trolling korea음경rager trolling korea음경7 maanden geleden
  • Intel exec in 1993: we need to waste this shitload of money "for marketing" or we won't get same amount next year. Some random dude with a friend who worked on some movie: k.

    Space JAGASpace JAGA7 maanden geleden
  • So Intel makes their workers sign NDAs but they just let kids run around their plant?

    Matthew GivenMatthew Given7 maanden geleden
  • I reckon Jennifer is one of the aliens. That hair just disguises her weird shaped alien head. But as far as aliens go, give me Diana from V in that red catsuit any day.

    Mark BozMark Boz7 maanden geleden
  • this looks like intel's version of star wars holiday special the skeleton in the cupboard they wish they could forget ;)

    Electrons NeededElectrons Needed7 maanden geleden
  • Looks like a prequel for Stargate SG-1, but with the Goa'ulds of micropocessor technologies 😂

    Friday CaliforniaaFriday Californiaa7 maanden geleden
  • explorers meets wierd science meets the goonies

    lordmuaddiblordmuaddib7 maanden geleden
  • According to IMDb the director's name is Barnaby Jackson.

    Thomas BohnThomas Bohn7 maanden geleden
  • Yeah, I don't need shit read to me. Unsubbed.

    CreepCreep7 maanden geleden
  • Looks fun.

    ERIS CreationsERIS Creations7 maanden geleden
  • Wait, there was life before video games and computers? Why wasn't I informed of this?

    Christopher GravesChristopher Graves7 maanden geleden
  • Do the Lego NES!

    Tom OdlinTom Odlin7 maanden geleden
  • Tron did it better.

    mgabrysSFmgabrysSF7 maanden geleden
  • Nostalgia Nerd can you please show us the full 40min video (if it doesn’t break copyright)

    Cricket EnglandCricket England7 maanden geleden
  • Rewound - which means it’s never been watched...

    Cricket EnglandCricket England7 maanden geleden
  • Hmmm bug in floating point... That's why first Pentium had bug, aliens did that!

    FlopsPLFlopsPL7 maanden geleden
  • 1:57 "Be kind. Please rewind".

    Kenneth RogersKenneth Rogers7 maanden geleden
  • Do people in the UK dream of living in a very adequate flat with a reasonable amount of belongings? Great video BTW! Thanks!

    bwgtibwgti7 maanden geleden
  • Oh, so it’s ALIENS who were responsible for the pentium FDIV bug.

    fluffyfluffy7 maanden geleden
  • This would be perfect for MST3K or RiffTrax.

    Stephen BlomstedtStephen Blomstedt7 maanden geleden
  • Ben Eater did a far better job of explaining how a CPU works. Of course, he took around 45 short NLworld videos to do it in. But he still did a far better job. And if you follow him along you end up with a working computer, albeit a computer which can't really do anything useful... unless you take what you learned during those videos and end up expanding the computer to the point where it has some proper real-world interaction.

    Melkior WisemanMelkior Wiseman7 maanden geleden
  • It is better than Picard

    BizzLeVraiBizzLeVrai7 maanden geleden
  • Oh you , I got that damn outro song stuck in my head!

    thecoshmanthecoshman7 maanden geleden
  • This is so bad it's good.. I must watch the whole thing!! Can someone upload it?!?! This is rife for Rift Tracks!!

    graphicsgodgraphicsgod7 maanden geleden
  • Oi mate, don't censor your naughty lingo with high pitched noise

    Gevell TorturerGevell Torturer7 maanden geleden
  • That was some RISC-y business

    Jordan SmithJordan Smith7 maanden geleden
  • Intel meets Tron! 15 years after the original movie.

    arbutuswatcherarbutuswatcher7 maanden geleden
  • Just wait till the aliens see smartphones. Really blown there minds.

    Me my opinion ScheMe my opinion Sche7 maanden geleden
  • How did they fit a whole IMAX camera in a chip factory? That is the real magic inside. 😂

    HicknopunkHicknopunk7 maanden geleden
  • What would have made the movie, is after he threw the processor through the wormhole and the explosion occured, if the "intel inside" logo popped up and it did the little intel jingle.

    Shiver2002Shiver20027 maanden geleden
  • Cough cough Spectre, cough Meltdown cough cough.

    Ian DarleyIan Darley7 maanden geleden
  • After he discovered it was just a dream I was expecting the movie to end with him or his dad turning to the camera with bright werewolf eyes together with a laugh in the background and a freeze frame, disappointed...

    OwwZOwwZ7 maanden geleden
  • Jimmy works on STD and STP? Great... Now aliens are really screwing his abilities.

    ccateni 28ccateni 287 maanden geleden
  • Were they really teaching kids how to fry CPU's by hot plugging them?

    Rubén BaleaRubén Balea7 maanden geleden
  • Hang on.. the bomb was so small it was on a micro chip? Explosion wasn't a threat then unless your a midget dwarf ant. Seen a bigger explosion from a mouse's arse with diorreah

    Neon EucNeon Euc7 maanden geleden
  • 9:00 sounds like an emergency meeting at intel to get a 10nm product to launch before the annual stockholders' meeting.

    James MikeJames Mike7 maanden geleden
  • Yep, a massive house is the only way to go when you have land to build on. BTW that is not considered a massive house in the America.

    The KobraThe Kobra7 maanden geleden
  • Oh Jimmy .... will you EVER learn

    Johnnyafc _Johnnyafc _7 maanden geleden
  • Three things: This had so much cringe, I had to take breaks watching you, watching it. Never more happy to have a square space bumper... 2.) Nothing wrong with that kids cordless phone. I mean, they were down to the $50 mark, so many people had one, maybe not just in the kids rooms though; 3.) This must be based on real life. The aliens planted bugs in the CPUs, which explains the P5 math issue.

    slightlyevolvedslightlyevolved7 maanden geleden
  • I seen it at the "Science Museum of Minnesota" when i was a kid. I don't remember it being this bad. But i was a kid and it was a class trip, and any movie is better than school.

    CakeCake7 maanden geleden
  • Another disappeared Imax film: Special Effects Anything Can Happen (1996)

    The Man Who Knew Too MuchThe Man Who Knew Too Much7 maanden geleden
  • hum..maybe they tried. remember the P90 FDIV error.......

    Didier DubosDidier Dubos7 maanden geleden
  • 7:32 oof

    MadsterVMadsterV7 maanden geleden
  • I have never seen you before! good to meet you finally.

    jarlaxle2445jarlaxle24457 maanden geleden
  • Funny, just yesterday I thought again about a tech fair in the '90s that I visited with some of my friends (we were teenagers then), where there was a (presumably) hydraulically controlled simulator cabin for 6 or 8 persons, with a screen in the front, in which you could enjoy a CGI inside-the-processor flyby for a few minutes. It was definitely an Intel show (with the Intel logo on the outside of the cabin too, IIRC), and very similar to that which is in this movie, but longer. That was fun :)

    Elemér Sipos SzabóElemér Sipos Szabó7 maanden geleden
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