Sci-Fi movies are often thought of as being “out there” in terms of science and technology. But many of these films also explore themes that are just as important now as they were when they first came out. Here are top 10 Science-fiction movies we think are the best:
This movie blew my mind when I first saw it. The idea of living in a simulated reality is both terrifying and fascinating, and the action scenes are just incredible.
The Matrix trilogy was released in 1999, 2001, and 2003. It tells the story of Neo, who discovers that he is living inside a computer simulation called “The Matrix.” Neo learns that there are people who control humans through drugs and technology. They’ve enslaved humanity by creating a world where everyone is addicted to virtual reality.
Another classic science fiction movie that is just as relevant today as it was when it was released. The idea of a machine becoming self-aware and turning against humanity is still terrifying.
In this high-octane thriller, a cyborg assassin (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger) is sent back in time to kill the mother of the future leader of the human resistance. It’s up to a lone warrior (played by Linda Hamilton) to protect her and stop the Terminator from carrying out his mission.
Sci-fi movies are some of the most popular films ever made. They often feature complex plots with lots of twists and turns. And while they might not seem as realistic as other genres, sci-fi movies are actually more relatable than people think. In fact, there’s even an entire genre called “sci-fi” that focuses on stories set in the future.
Extinction is a 2018 science fiction thriller film directed by Ben Young and written by Spenser Cohen and Brad Kane.
The year is 2045, and the world is on the brink of extinction. A new Ice Age is coming, and the only hope for humanity is to find a way to stop it. When a group of scientists discover a way to travel back in time, they must use it to save the future.
In 2023, an astronaut named Alex O’Connor returns home after spending six months alone on Mars. He’s shocked to discover that his wife has remarried and he’s not allowed to see his daughter. After a series of events, Alex must decide whether to return to space or stay with his family.
In the future, we will live in a world where we are constantly surrounded by artificial intelligence. We’ll be able to communicate with our computers and robots through voice commands, text messages, and even holograms.
Black Mirror: Bandersnatch
This Netflix original movie was released in 2018 and follows a young programmer who has to make a choice between two different realities. It’s based on the popular British TV show “Black Mirror.”
Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2
In the first film, we saw how Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) became an intergalactic hero after he joined up with the Guardians of the Galaxy. Now, in the second installment, we see how he becomes even more heroic as he tries to save his home planet of Xandar.
Blade Runner 2049 (2017)
It’s not often that a sequel surpasses its predecessor, but Blade Runner 2049 does just that. Director Denis Villeneuve has crafted a stunning sequel that builds upon Ridley Scott’s original vision while also expanding the world of the movie.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
In the year 2159, Earth is struggling with an energy crisis. A group of explorers travel through space to find new sources of power, but they soon discover something much more dangerous than they ever imagined.