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Neil deGrasse Tyson Thinks 'The Black Hole' Is The Most Scientifically Inaccurate Movie Ever

06/06/2014 08:45 am ET | Updated Jun 06, 2014

Turns out, Neil deGrasse Tyson hates another science-based movie more than "Gravity." TMZ caught up with the "Cosmos" host and asked him which space movie is the most scientifically inaccurate. After calling the gossip site "the dark energy permeating the vacuum of space wherever you look," he awarded the title to the original Disney movie "The Black Hole."

Tyson is known for his obsession with perfection when it comes to space in movies (James Cameron altered the skyscape in "Titanic" at the astrophysicist's request), and he called the "The Black Hole" "embarrassing" before going on a rant about all the flubs and liberties Disney took in making the 1979 hit.

"They not only got none of the physics right about falling into a black hole, had they gotten it right it would have been a vastly more interesting movie," he told the TMZ cameraman. Check out the video above, but "Black Hole" fans (are there "Black Hole" fans?) best look away.

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