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Marker lived long enough to see his fatalistic vision become a Bruce Willis movie, 12 Monkeys , but the original can't be beat for sheer elegance. Kubrick and Burgess were satirising new forms of psychotherapy, while Cold War totalitarianism was also on their minds.
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Gondry became more capable than his usual craftsy music videos, and Charlie Kaufman, the screenwriter, proved himself deeper than his reputation suggested. The biggest revelation comes in the shape of Jim Carrey and his turn as the squirmingly uncomfortable Joel.
Meanwhile, Kate Winslet plays Clementine, one of the great sphinxes in modern movies: voluminous, punkish, soulful, cherishable. She would be hard to forget after a breakup. Let it be stressed: at the root of every great sci-fi film is a killer script, not special effects or lasers.
It helps when your star is Michael J Fox, captured at the peak of his youthful heroism. Add to this some still-impressive effects, a wonderful swooping electronic score and the dry, ironic presence of that mechanical icon Robbie the Robot, and the result is a film that stands up to modern scrutiny at every turn. Is there another film that leaves audiences as sick to the stomach as The Fly? You watch Children of Men with a sinking feeling.
Everything in this nightmare vision of the future is recognisable. What qualifies it as sci-fi is the setting and global infertility crisis — no child has been born since Like the city, Clive Owen, a pen-pusher at the Ministry of Energy, is a shell of a man, talked by his ex, the leader of a terrorist guerrilla group, into aiding an African refugee.
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In the midst of investigating these claims, his spouse Natalya Bondarchuk miraculously reappears, and things only get stranger from there. With Aliens , James Cameron proved his mastery of the stakes-raising sequel. But in terms of budget, scope and epic action, Terminator 2 took it to a whole new level.
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Two decades later, The Matrix remains sci-fi at its smartest. The opening sequence of The Thing is unbeatable — a relentless, ice-cold nerve-jangler. A helicopter flies in low over an American scientific research station in the Antarctic. The dog turns out to be a parasitic alien organism that can imitate any life form, and which proceeds to pick off the Yankees one by one.
John Carpenter prolongs this gut-twistingly tense paranoia throughout the whole film, and Kurt Russell leads an ensemble cast of totally believable, blue collar guys, bored to death and stir crazy. Not anymore. When the Frenchman found out that said family flick would also involve a stranded alien, he laughed out loud. We reckon he was laughing on the other side of his impish visage when ET went on to become the most successful film of all time.
Minute in scale, intimate in tone, it is one of the finest films ever made about how kids think and how families fit together. The Empire Strikes Back is truly wonderful: a textbook example of how to take a successful but fairly simplistic sci-fi formula and transform it into something emotionally absorbing, philosophically rich and — most importantly — deliriously enjoyable.
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Lowry dreams of soaring high like a mechanical bird and sweeping a beautiful mystery woman Greist off her feet. In reality, he finds himself at the heart of a confusing scandal involving presumed terrorists and a case of mistaken identity, reluctantly taking up a job at a government department called Information Retrieval so he can seek answers. But this is something altogether more majestic, ambitious and troubling. A pop masterpiece that redefined an industry, Star Wars updated sci-fi with unfashionable positivity, taking home a massive global haul that had studio execs salivating.
Suffice it to say, the stakes were raised and the space blockbuster was born. But chiefly, this was a film that launched a million toys — and, not insignificantly, a million dreams. Harrison Ford became a megastar overnight; ditto the black-masked Darth Vader, whose synthesised breathing noises entered the lexicon.
Almost three decades on, Aliens still looks like some kind of miracle. How did James Cameron, the veteran of precisely two films one of which was unwatchable manage to match, some would say improve upon, one of the most inventive sci-fi movies ever made?
Where did that script spring from, so streamlined and propulsive yet at the same time so sharp and quotable? And how, on a budget that would barely have covered the on-set sandwich trolley for Avatar , did he manage to create such an all-encompassing world, such dangerously droolsome hardware, such repulsively believable xenomorphic monsters? Admittedly, there are a lot of borrowed ideas in Aliens: the creatures, corridors, corporations and kick-ass heroine from the first movie, the sympathetic android from Blade Runner , militaristic dialogue straight from a Vietnam flick, costumes and weapons torn from the pages of countless comic books.
Cameron has never managed to repeat the trick. There are great moments in his later movies, but like his Alien antecedent Ridley Scott, Jim did his best work in his second and third films. Well, that and the breathtaking special effects. The appearance of the mothership over the mountain is one of the great visual punches in cinema.
And the gloriously unflashy performances — Truffaut and Bob Balaban make a perfect nerdy double-act. How many non-musicals feature their score so prominently? The result is pure joy distilled onto celluloid. Maybe God does have a beard, after all.
Space can also be a bleak, functional hellscape — just another workplace. Alien was the film that turned the Star Wars template on its head, keeping the cutting-edge effects and sense of a used universe, but making it so much more real, gritty and, ironically, more human. If the robots are programmed with more soul and compassion than the humans, how do you tell the difference? And does it matter? Blade Runner is the kind of spectacle that science fiction was invented for: immersive other worlds that can be explored to reflect our own fears, doubts and disturbances.
And it succeeds flawlessly. And so we reach the top of our list by a galactic margin , a film that scrapes the farthest edge of cinematic achievement. By and his fearsomely brilliant Dr. Strangelove , Stanley Kubrick was already the most scientific mind to ever step behind a camera. It made sense, then, that he would dive into an unprecedented four-year production process to bring sci-fi up to his exacting standards.
Secretly, The film was impressively open-ended for a mass entertainment, allowing for plenty of speculation. The way ahead is full of stars — we only need the minds to take in the view. About us. Contact us.
The best sci-fi movies of all time From human clones to alien invasions: we asked scientists, filmmakers and writers to select the best sci-fi films in cinema history. Discover the best of the city, first.
We already have this email. Try another? Independence Day Film Science fiction. Read more. Dune Annihilation The Endless. Film Thrillers. Serenity Film Action and adventure. Alphaville THX Black Panther. Solaris Attack the Block Film Fantasy. Fantastic Voyage Minority Report High Life. The Damned The Andromeda Strain Director: Robert Wise Cast: Arthur Hill, James Olson, David Wayne They call it science fiction, but only too rarely does the cinematic genre tackle a subject which focuses primarily on the science.
Frankenstein Film Horror. Things to Come Director: William Cameron Menzies Cast: Raymond Massey, Ralph Richardson, Edward Chapman For good or for ill, producer Alexander Korda allowed HG Wells to have creative control over this future-gazing epic and adaptation of his own novel — marking a rare occasion when a literary sci-fi giant has guided their own work on celluloid.
Cloud Atlas The Iron Giant The Mitchells vs. Ghost in the Shell Film Animation. World on a Wire Film Drama. Avatar Arrival Director: Denis Villeneuve Cast: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker Big-scale moviemaking embroidered with small human moments and done on Avatar 's canteen budget, Arrival is the kind of cerebral sci-fi moviemaking that scores its director, Denis Villeneuve, a gig like, say, Blade Runner or Dune.
Flash Gordon The American Astronaut Film Comedy. Seconds The Prestige Iron Man Westworld Director: Michael Crichton Cast: Yul Brynner, James Brolin, Richard Benjamin Twenty-four years before creating Jurassic Park , Michael Crichton directed his own screenplay for the first time with this cautionary tale about another fail-safe theme park attraction going seriously awry.
The Thing from Another World The Abyss The War of the Worlds Sleeper Dark City Director: Alex Proyas Cast: Rufus Sewell, Jennifer Connelly, Kiefer Sutherland Like science itself, sci-fi loves to probe the nature of what we call reality — in films as diverse as Blade Runner and Solaris , questions about subjective perception versus objective fact form the core of the story.
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior Director: George Miller Cast: Mel Gibson, Bruce Spence The first Mad Max had a faint whiff of sci-fi, but that could have been the desolation of the Aussie landscape conjuring up visions of post-nuclear hell. Quatermass and the Pit But not even the Nazis masterminded explosives containing insectoid alien dwarfs with horns… The perfect meeting of sci-fi and horror, the Quatermass series influenced everything from Gravity Donnie Darko The Time Machine Repo Man Soylent Green Akira Predator Fantastic Planet Under the Skin Director: Jonathan Glazer Cast: Scarlett Johansson The set-up is fairly simple: an alien lands on Earth and tries to fit in while also having to sate an appetite for human flesh by assuming the form of a beautiful woman Scarlett Johansson and luring keen men to their deaths.
Starship Troopers Director: Paul Verhoeven Cast: Caspar Van Dien, Denise Richards, Michael Ironside Satire in science fiction is nothing new — but creating a perfect balance of entertainment and politics requires a particular set of skills. Ghostbusters Director: Ivan Reitman Cast: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis Another film that balances on the edge of science fiction — perhaps explaining its relatively low placing on this list.
Contact Her District 9 Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan Director: Nicholas Meyer Cast: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Ricardo Montalban Only one Star Trek adventure managed to crack our top though First Contact missed out by the slimmest of margins , but then the series never did have quite the same broad appeal as their more easy-to-swallow Star Wars rivals. Total Recall The Fifth Element Director: Luc Besson Cast: Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Gary Oldman Never a critical favourite, the French filmmaking magnate Luc Besson has resolutely persisted in following his own idiosyncratic taste, and this wayward fantasy has an individuality distinct from Hollywood formula.
They Live WALL-E Director: Andrew Stanton Cast voices : Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight Three years before The Artist reminded audiences that silent films exist, Pixar played the neater trick of channelling the pre-talkie era into a luscious computer-animated cartoon. Dark Star Invasion of the Body Snatchers Primer Inception Read review. The Man Who Fell to Earth Galaxy Quest Director: Dean Parisot Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Tim Allen, Alan Rickman Star Trek fandom was a phenomenon just begging to be lampooned, as that wonderfully dry, mismatched original cast grudgingly surrendered their lives to a legion of mega-nerds in jumpsuits with Plasticine stuck to their faces.
Silent Running Gattaca The Day the Earth Stood Still Jurassic Park Planet of the Apes A Clockwork Orange Director: Don Siegel Cast: Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter, King Donovan Establishment scaremongering about the communist threat against American freedom of conscience seemingly underpins this drumhead-tight B-thriller about sinister extraterrestrial pods taking over small-town California in its sleep.
Ex Machina AI Artificial Intelligence Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Back to the Future Forbidden Planet The Fly Children of Men Terminator 2: Judgment Day Stalker Director: Andrei Tarkovsky Cast: Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy, Anatoliy Solonitsyn, Nikolay Grinko It may have been loosely based on a science fiction novel — Roadside Picnic by Boris and Arkady Strugatsky — but Stalker pushes the definition further than just about any other film on this list.
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