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List Of 1997 Science Fiction Films

Say what you will, we really liked 'A Lost World' and that has nothing to do with the fact that FilmFish cofounders Alex and Phil were 5 years old at the time it came out...

List Of 1997 Films

Really quite a good year for film, make sure to check out the sci-fi classic 'Gattaca'.

Ethan Hawke Drama

Hawke's leading roles seems to voscillate between disarming romantic goofball and highly-trained, stone-cold killer. If you haven't seen 'Boyhood' yet, don't worry, he plays the former. Although that would have picked up the pace a bit…

Shows like For All Mankind: Hard Science Fiction

What makes science fiction "hard" is a respect for logic and adherence to the known laws of physics, versus "soft" science fiction which assumes we can innovate around any limitation (often including holes in a plot). Hardness is pretty subjective (just check out the debates on Reddit), but this list includes series that are generally seen to qualify.

Movies Like The Martian: Best 'Hard' Science Fiction

Webster's English Dictionary defines hard science fiction as being 'characterized by an emphasis on scientific accuracy or technical detail or both' (just kidding it's Wikipedia). So, basically sci-fi that would satisfy 'Comic Book Guy' from The Simpsons.

Jude Law Movies

Jude Law's unmissable charisma made him the perfect choice for Dickie Greenleaf in 'The Talented Mr. Ripley', and sometimes one can't help feel a bit like the obsessive Tom Ripley when watching him. So get your creep on by watching every single one of his starring roles!

Jude Law Romance

British charmer Jude Law must have a portrait of tucked away somewhere doing his aging for him, because from the beginning of his career to present day he hasn't seem to age a bit. Enjoy the sight of his baby-blue-as-ever eyes with one these leading romantic roles.

Sci-Fi Classics

Here it is: a comprehensive list of the best sci-fi films from 1970-2000, including animated gem 'The Hidden Giant', surreal dystopian thriller 'Dark City', and the undisputed 80s champ 'Terminator'. Watch them all to achieve pure geekdom!

'Movies Like Total Recall': Dystopian Sci-Fi Classics

After the fall of fascism and the growth of communism, Hollywood was inundated with speculative sci-fi imagining how the future might look if 'The Man' got his way. Having passed many of the years these films were set in (e.g. 1984), all we can say is : 'Thank God it's not THAT bad!'

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