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I'm looking for a good list of the best science fiction movies to track and watch .. If anyone would like to share some of his/her best science fiction movies please write it down . Thank u 🤍
@tm here's some oldies but goodies...
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
The Fifth Element
@janet Thank u .. I will check on those I didnt watch before 🤍
@tm John Carter, Galaxy Quest, 12 Monkeys, Blade Runner/Blade Runner 2049
@matt_aranha Will check on that thanks 😉
@tm A cure for wellness (2016), has dome kind of sci-fi, fantasy and horror elements.
Coma (1978) I guess this is just a thriller.
-- just realized u asked for merely sci -fi. I guess these don't fit in the category, but I'll leave it like that xD
@danii Thank uuuu i will check on them 🤜🤛
Metropolis. A silent movie about being a human. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolis_(1927_film)
in the mouth of madness is an eternal masterpiece , splinter as well , the thing (both versions old and new), slither , the fly , dagon is a very forgettable masterpiece as well , event horizon , color out of space ,erazerhead
10 Cloverfield Lane
Hardcore Henry (russian movie)
This Is the end
@tm The therory of everything
@cactus99 I actually admired ur confidence listing only one lol thanks will check on ur pick 😉
- The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
- Guardians of the Galaxy 1 and 2
- The Expense (its series but it should be decent, haven't watched but I have read a book and it was quite good)
- Love Death + Robots (collection of different series, different stories art styles , quite cool)
@mylifebelongs Thanks filip will check on them 😁
Dark City and Brazil are two of my favourite underappreciated classic sci-fi movies. Original Blade Runner is still a masterpiece, as is 2001: A Space Odyssey. The new season of Star Trek is pretty good so far, has similar tones to the original series, which if you haven't seen is worth watching in it's entirety.
If you're into games play the Mass Effect Trilogy and if you fancy reading I'd recommend almost any book by Philip K. Dick and Arthur C. Clarke (a lot of films/series in this thread are adapted from their novels)
Everything, Everywhere All At Once
Children Of Men
Under The Skin
Slightly off-topic, I'm unfamiliar with Cronenberg's body horror, so if anyone could watch Crimes of the Future and let me know if I should spare myself a cinema ticket, I'd be forever grateful.
@alicey2k Thank u so much 🤍 I will look on what i can in ur list
@pamela The movie in the trailer looks sick thanks for the suggestions 🤍