The 10 Best Sci-Fi Movies on Netflix Right Now
If you’re in the mood for some speculative fiction and your pile of Arthur C. Clarke books has been exhausted, you could do worse than to tune into Netflix. The streaming service is constantly acquiring new films in the sci-fi and fantasy genres that should satisfy most fans of alternative futures. Here are 10 of the best sci-fi movies美女视频黄频大全视频 on right now.
Scarlett Johansson explores alien seduction as a being from another world who arrives on Earth to pursue companionship. Unfortunately, she prefers short-term commitments. This erotic sci-fi drama was nominated for Best British Film at the BAFTA awards, the British equivalent of the Oscars.
Great Scott! The enduring comedy and sci-fi classic starring Michael J. Fox as decade-hopping Marty McFly remains a highlight of '80s cinema. Revisit Marty's rivalry with Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson), his weird pseudo-romance with his mother (Lea Thompson) and his bromance with Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd.)
In a dystopian future—in sci-fi, there may not be any other kind—a train carrying cars separated by social class circles the globe. Soon, the have-nots (led by Chris Evans) decide to defy authority and get answers from those in charge.
Heavily maligned for booting original directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller in favor of Ron Howard, Solo doesn't break any new ground for the storied Star Wars franchise. What it does do is manage to navigate its well-publicized production troubles to deliver a generally satisfying and entertaining origin story of reluctant hero pilot Han Solo, played with sufficient swagger by Alden Ehrenreich. His space scoundrel charm doesn't come as easily as it did for Harrison Ford, but the production design and pulp novel-paced narrative make for a movie that might be the most light-on-its-feet of the Disney-era Star Wars美女视频黄频大全视频 chapters to date.
Alex Garland's quiet—and quietly subversive—robot parable didn't arrive with all the hype of a major studio sci-fi release, but still manages to outdo most big-budget android tales. As the enigmatic CEO of a robotics company, Oscar Isaac uses an underling (Domhnall Gleeson) to test his eerily lifelike AI (Alicia Vikander). But Gleeson may be the one who's really being tested.
Keanu Reeves utters many a "whoa" on his way through this sci-fi classic about a computer programmer who discovers reality is just an artificial simulation. Bullet Time is still just as spectacular as it was when the film premiered 21 years ago.
The perils of falling in love with artificial intelligence are at the core of Her, which features a terrific performance by Joaquin Phoenix as a rumpled office worker who finds his soulmate in something without a soul: An Alexa-esque disembodied voice (Scarlett Johansson).
A pre-Batman Christian Bale is a gun fu expert in this Matrix-inspired story of a man who rebels against the dystopian society holding emotions at bay.
Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg collaborate on this high-concept feature美女视频黄频大全视频 about PreCrime expert John Anderton (Cruise) who investigates crimes before they're committed and soon finds himself the anticipated and unlikely perpetrator of a murder.
Christopher Nolan directs Leonardo DiCaprio in a sci-fi thriller about a group that can enter and influence the subconscious mind, calling reality into question for both themselves and the viewer.