The Top 14 Netflix Movies for Sci-Fi

The Top 14 Netflix Movies for Sci-Fi ...

"Any good sci-fi movies on?" My house is always the same. We wait for 10 minutes and someone asks if there is a decent science fiction film we can watch. It's okay to say yes. There are a number of excellent science fiction movies on Netflix. In no particular order, we've decided to make a list. Here's how you can see it.

Adam Project (2022)

The Adam Project isn't a perfect film, but it is perfect for those looking for an easy movie night. Ryan Reynolds is a time-traveling pilot working with his 12-year-old self on a mission to save the future. Look, it's a crowd friendly!

Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

It's wild that Denis Villeneuve's somehow tries to live up to that legacy, while creating one of its own. A stunning film.

Okja (2017)

Is Okja science fiction? It's a long journey, but it's a good film. So you can watch it anyway.

Synchronic (2019)

Synchronic is a popular genre on Netflix, and we stand by it. It's annoying, inconsistent, and sometimes makes no sense, but it's also great.

The Platform (2019)

The Platform is a Spanish sci-fi horror film that features a gruesome high concept. Prisoners in a correctional facility receive a large amount of food, but individuals below receive their remaining treats. It's not perfect, but it's still worth watching.

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Don't Look Up (2021)

Is this sci-fi? I think it's sci-fi. It's sci-fi. The end of discussion. Don't Look Up is far from a fantastic film. It's too long and far too chewy on the nose. But it still feels important and also... quite funny? I think Don't Look Up is a movie that has had a lot of positive on the planet and it's worth watching.

Inception (2010)

I'll share my thoughts with you: I kinda hate Inception. I think it's a cold, pretentious film for people who are really hesitant to pretend they're smart. But most people love it, so I put it on the list. Each to their own. Please enjoy this film!

(1997): Starship Troopers

I love this film. Starship Troopers has evolved dramatically on a regular basis. It's also a really fun, straightforward watch.

Gattaca (1997)

Gattaca is a true science fiction film based on genuine scientific ideas and their potential impact on the human race. It's a documentary about eugenics, essentially, but also poses serious questions about predestination, and how we can return on determinism. Very cool, very interesting. A must watch.

(2013) Looper

Looper is a fantastic science fiction novel. It's bold with its time travel choices, and it's just an incredibly impressive film.

Blade Runner: The Final Cut (1982)

Is there a more critically acclaimed science fiction film than Blade Runner? If there is, I can't imagine it. Perhaps the original Alien or The Thing? There are two, however, neither of them is currently on Netflix, and thus Blade Runner is likely to be the must-watch sci-fi movie on the service.

I'm my mother (2019)

I Am Mother, an Australian-made sci-fi thriller starring Hilary Swank and Rose Byrne, tells the post-apocalyptic tale of Daughter, a character raised by Mother, a robot who is tasked with repopulating the Earth. Very tense, very strange, very helpful.

(2021) The Mitchells vs. the Machines

The Mitchells vs. The Machines is one of the most smart, most popular children movies of the last few years. It's the sort of movie that kids and parents can watch together, and both have a great week. I should know, my kids have made me watch this so far? Sweet.

The Colony (2021)

The Colony was just a sight to see recently. It's surprisingly good! It follows a very familiar trope: Rich people returning to Earth years after leaving it, to discover it overrun by new, unknown threats. The Colony also subverts some of these cliches, although it has a number of wonderful things to say about our dehumanization.

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