Solaris (2002) is a speedy remake of the famous Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky's original, released in 1972 and 165 minutes long. Director Steven Soderbergh cuts the action almost in half and adds Hollywood special effects and star power from George Clooney to tell the story of a space station where dreams are manifested into reality by the weird, undulating planet Solaris. Clooney brings his dead wife, Natascha McElhone, back to life, and the two promptly do some undulating of their own. This is lust in space for the thinking man. And, this is Clooney’s first naked-on-film moment: there are two long, generous shots of the Clooney cushion that’ll make you wish he’d re-film all the Ocean’s 11 movies.