What will you do when you get bored? Maybe watching movies is the right entertainment. In addition to easy, many movie references can be an option for a long time. One of the most popular genres of people is Sci-Fi. Yes, this genre makes human fantasies come true in the form of films. Sci-Fi has become the main attraction of cinema for several years and the most widely used theme is the space adventure. Here are the best Sci-Fi movies of all time for your list:
1. A Space Odyssey
Although released more than half a century ago, A Space Odyssey recorded as the best film that inspired the next space themed films. Unlike most films, A Space Odyssey does not have a clear path, only divided into four unrelated parts. Starting from a collection of herbivorous monkeys that have turned into carnivores since finding the monolith, until the exploratory mission to Jupiter. The film is full of philosophical content.
The space explorers must leave the earth in search of another ‘earth’. The mission is to save the future of mankind. Because the planet earth is now less conducive to inhabited. The space explorers cross the wormhole to find the real planet.
The film is wrapped with visual effects that amaze you with the splendor of the solar system. On the other hand, the story is also embellished by an emotional nuance, when Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) must be willing to leave his children for the mission.
Dr. Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) underwent his first mission into space with astronaut Matt Kowalski. Initially, everything went smoothly as they repaired the Hubble telescope. However, frantic flying spacecraft hit the spacecraft so that it makes their situation oscillate. Kowalski sacrificed his life for Dr. Ryan Stone. The woman had to continue the struggle alone.
Dominic Cobb (Leonardo diCaprio) is a dream explorer called an extractor. His job is to dig up information about a person’s identity by entering his dream. Cobb’s ability and his colleagues attracted Saito’s attention. They are also assigned to enter the dream world of Robert Fisher and inculcate thought to close his father’s company. Apparently, Robert Fisher’s dream world is complicated enough to make extractors work harder. Not only breaking the imagination, Inception is also colored by exciting action scenes.