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Why you should watch: Originally, this movie started out as a Stanley Kubrick project, before Steven Spielberg took over and there's evidence of both film maker's styles here. Thankfully, this is much more than just a glorified interpretation of "Pinocchio" however, the pacing suffers from the two director's different styles, especially towards the end, which is a shame, as the story suffers and it drives a wedge between you and the cinematic experience, so characters you were once heavily invested in, no longer really seem to matter. That said, as a Saturday afternoon matinee, you could do a lot worse. Stellar performances from Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law and Frances O'Connor carry the movie as far as it can go.
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Why you should watch: Simply put, "Alien" is not only one of the best sci-fi movies ever made, it's one the best movies ever made. Period. The production design is extraordinary, the story is simple but brilliantly effective, the tension is built up flawlessly and the performances from every member of the cast are incredible. Sigourney Weaver, Veronica Cartwright, John Hurt, Tom Skerritt, Yaphet Kotto, Harry Dean Stanton and Ian Holm star in what is probably Ridley Scott's finest film.
Why you should watch: The production of this movie was fraught with problems, to say the least, so much so that director David Fincher wanted his name removed from the credits. And despite some slightly suspect events in the first few minutes that weren't necessary really, if there was actually going to be a third "Alien" movie, it actually has a mostly solid story, strong cast and ingenious set pieces. The special edition features an extended chase sequence through the maze of tunnels within the prison facility, but this theatrical release is still worth a watch.
Why you should watch: This movie is great fun...and that's about it. It's not a big-budget, Michael Bay blockbuster, it's a small-scale independently-made feature that more or less launched the career of John Boyega. It's well-written and thankfully doesn't take itself too seriously, plus there are a couple of fun cameos too. In essence, this is a great warm up flick, for a night-long marathon of sci-fi horror movies for Halloween.
Why you should watch: This B-movie with a bigger budget than most has an important part to play in the history of sci-fi cinema. It launched the career of James Cameron, who was working in the art department and this is where he met his future production partner and wife Gale Anne Hurd, which resulted in "The Terminator" and "Aliens." Producer and director and B-movie maestro, Roger Corman, sadly had to use much of his budget just to pay overpriced stars George Peppard and Robert Vaughn, but the end result is still good fun, plus the James Horner soundtrack is great (this was his first major motion picture score).
Why you should watch: The premise of this movie is mostly nonsense, but it's a well-made popcorn flick and as such, surprisingly enjoyable. The plot doesn't stretch the imagination and it's kept relatively simple, but the connection to the board game, on which this is very loosely based, is cleverly incorporated. The action is exciting, the accompanying rock ballads are well placed and thankfully it's not overloaded with cheese. A solid cast including Alexander Skarsgård, Adam Godley and Rihanna, all deliver solid performances in fun, entertaining, military-themed sci-fi movie.
Why you should watch: This is a Russian indie sci-fi flick that is extremely enjoyable. It has high production values despite not having a blockbuster budget, the performances are good, and an unusual story with a good twist at the end makes this a solid sci-fi movie worth making time for.
Why you should watch: Based on the graphic novel published in 2006, this is an entertaining mix of two very disparate genres. Despite being well worth a watch, with Harrison Ford possibly giving his best performance since "The Fugitive," this movie didn't exactly set the box office on fire. It has however, slowly gathered a cult following since its theatrical release in 2011. Jon Favreau directs a strong cast including Clancy Brown, Sam Rockwell, Olivia Wilde and Daniel Craig, who tragically, still hasn't mastered an American accent.
Why you should watch: Hmmm. There is a reason...just let me remember what it was. Ah yes, maybe to watch New York City flood, then freeze over. This is a mildly entertaining end-of-the-world disaster flick with a good cast on paper at least. The problem is that the actual character played by Jake Gyllenhaal is incredibly annoying. And in fact, so is his entire story arc. Dennis Quaid makes up for it a little bit, but not enough to ever watch this movie more than about three times.
Why you should watch: If you have a thing for extreme close ups of insects, then this movie is definitely for you. If you enjoyed Invasion then you'll probably enjoy this; it's a beautifully filmed, character-driven sci-fi. OK, it has a few plot holes, and it even suffers from a few clichés, but thankfully, these can be fairly easily overlooked. You'll soon get drawn into the enthralling "is-he, isn't-he" plot, which is boosted further by phenomenal performances from Ahmed and Lucian-River Chauhan and Aditya Geddada, who portray his two sons.
Why you should watch: Do we really need to explain this one?! This is up there with "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" as one of Spielberg's best movies, ever. Granted, even the movie-making legend himself suffered a temporary George Lucas Moment and had all the police officer's and FBI agent's guns and gun holsters digitally changed into walkie-talkies for the movie's 20th anniversary release, but at least he realized later that was a terrible mistake. Why? Because this film, like so many others, is a time capsule: it portrays society at that time...and tragically, we haven't improved much since then.
Why you should watch: This is truly classic science fiction and should be held in similar regard to other epic, groundbreaking sci-fi movies of the late 50s, including "The Day The Earth Stood Still," "The Day the Earth Caught Fire" and "The Thing From Another World." It's actually based on a serialized story by Jack Finney that appeared in Collier's magazine in November 1954 and was published in book form the following year. An uncomplicated plot together with incredible performances from McCarthy and the angelic Dana Wynter make this a case study in how to produce a thrilling sci-fi/drama screenplay featuring an early and extremely effective example of flashback storytelling.
Why you should watch: Who isn't a fan of "Galaxy Quest"? It's often called the second best "Star Trek" movie ever made (after "The Wrath of Khan" of course) and you might think you know all the trivia connected with the making of "Galaxy Quest," but this documentary made by the Screen Junkies team will still surprise you. The cast talk about their experiences making the movie and how close the TV series actually came, before the tragic, untimely departure of the great Alan Rickman. You'll laugh and you'll cry a little bit, but most of all, you'll enjoy the best movie about fandom in another, new way as a result of watching this documentary. Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Sam Rockwell, Tony Shalhoub, Justin Long, Wil Wheaton, Brent Spiner, Rainn Wilson, Missi Pyle and Dean Parisot, all share their thoughts on this epic sci-fi comedy.
Why you should watch: This movie should've been a worthwhile remake, at least as good as the original. However, ludicrous amounts of interference from Sony studio executives ensured that it would never reach its full potential, despite the best efforts of director José Padilha, who has publicly talked about the experience. He wasn't even allowed to produce an R-rated movie, this is PG-13; a far cry from the original. Even a frankly mind-blowing cast, including Joel Kinnaman, Michael Keaton, Samuel L. Jackson, Jackie Earle Haley and Gary Oldman, tragically couldn't save it. But, it's still worth a watch, not least for the interesting reinterpretations that have been woven into the fabric of story.
Why you should watch: During the second half of the 80s and the first half of the 90s, a whole slew of truly epic sci-fi movies were produced, including "Predator," "Total Recall," "RoboCop" and "The Running Man" to name just a few. This is actually based on a Stephen King novel, back when he was starting out and still wrote under the pseudonym Richard Bachman. It doesn't take itself too seriously and yet is frighteningly prophetic. There's a healthy dose of gratuitous violence and solid performances from an impressive cast, including Maria Conchita Alonso, Yaphet Kotto, Marvin J. McIntyre, Richard Dawson and of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Even "Star Trek: Discovery" borrowed heavily from it in the episode "Scavengers" (S03, E06).
Why you should watch: This is very much a popcorn sci-fi blockbuster, equal to the likes of "Independence Day" or "Battle: Los Angeles," and in fact you will notice the influence of other sci-fi movies like "The Thing" or "Edge of Tomorrow" and "Millennium" throughout. And while this won't win any awards for the story writing, it's wanton destruction on a massive scale.
Why you should watch: Here's the thing: once you get past the absurd part of the plot that has the Martian tripod war machines having been buried on Earth, then this is actually a pretty good movie. Cruise is frankly brilliant and so is Dakota Fanning and Tim Robbins, it's just such a shame that Justin Chatwin's character is so incredibly annoying. There is a massive underlying theme reflecting on the events of 9/11, but thankfully it's not too obvious and Steven Spielberg handles the set pieces as you'd expect, with creative cinematography and masterful direction. 350c69d7ab