#19

WALL·E 2008

At its heart, WALL·E is a simple and charming love story between two mismatched robots. But it is also a space adventure that sweeps a little robot off the trash-filled and abandoned planet Earth onto a distant … More

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A roller coaster ride of violence and dark humor, A Clockwork Orange, follows a cheerful – and brutal – young hoodlum who steals what he pleases with a smile and a swift punch. In a future England, he and his mates go … More

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A tense drama about first contact with aliens, The Day the Earth Stood Still tells the story of an alien messenger sent to Earth with a stern warning for the human race. Upon landing, he is shot by a nervous soldier as … More

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#16

Galaxy Quest 1999

A ridiculously funny space adventure, Galaxy Quest begins when a hapless group of aliens (who believe that all Earth television shows are true ‘historical documents’) search out the washed up stars of a cancelled television series, Galaxy Quest, in order to help them defeat a real enemy that  … More

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#15

The Thing 1982

A horror thriller set in the frigid and isolated American Research Facility in Antarctica, John Carpenter’s The Thing plants a truly nightmarish alien—which can perfectly mimic any living being—into the middle of a tight-knit crew of twelve men. After witnessing some bone-crunchingly … More

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The Fifth Element is a wildly entertaining jumble of action, love story, frenetic comedy and alien space opera — all rolled into an adventure that has as many twists and turns as it has aliens and visual effects. Fate drops a vulnerable and powerful woman … More

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#13

Forbidden Planet 1956

At a time when most sci fi movies had to get by with small budgets and cheesy effects, Forbidden Planet was a spectacular, effects-filled, big-budget exception. Set in a distant corner of the universe, a crew from Earth must learn why the survivor … More

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