Greatest Sci-Fi Films of All Time

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Metropolis (1927)

Fritz Lang suggested the scope and scale and sheer possibilities of the future with his breathtaking silent feature.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Stanley Kubrick mounted this exploration of the world beyond and the world in the future, turning Arthur C. Clarke's original story into a haunting narrative about humanity.

Alien (1979)

Ridley Scott directed this film about a crew in outer space that discover unforeseen presence in the vicinity, blending sci-fi and horror into a single, outstanding production.

Stalker (1979)

Andrei Tarkovsky directed this film that married science fiction and fantasy and followed three characters seeking out their innermost desires in a wasteland.

The Thing (1982)

John Carpenter's film also married science fiction and horror, taking place in Antarctica, where a research group discover a hitherto unknown presence known as "The Thing".

Children of Men (2006)

Alfonso Cuarón directed this film about the possibility of human society completely collapsing as a consequence of human infertility.

Interstellar (2014)

Christopher Nolan directed this time bending space opera about life on other planets and the bond between a father and his daughter.

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