The Greatest Science Fiction Movies of All Time

The Greatest Science Fiction Movies of All Time

Movie Geeks United discusses the greatest science fiction films of all time as determined by Total Sci-Fi.

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360shon says:

What about Peter HYams "OUTLAND"??

budwhite1 says:

Great movies. I've made a top 10 sci fi movies, so check it out and give your opinions if you like peeps 😀

Farrell Rose says:

calling u guys stupid was uncool, i just get annoyed when people seem to diss that film like it was just another action movie, it is so much more than that

Movie Geeks United! says:

I wasn't aware that all of us wrote off Total Recall. Personally, I'm a fan of Verhoeven and have been chasing him to appear on the show for a while. Regardless, I appreciate you listening, Colt.

Farrell Rose says:

"its like saying The Godfather is a mob movie" The Godfather IS a mob movie, just like Raging Bull is a boxing movie…it doesn't make the film any less brilliant. Putting something in a genre is not demeaning it.

Farrell Rose says:

jesus are you guys stupid. Verhoeven's Total Recall is so fucking original in tone, style and content im amazed it managed to get made in the hollywood studio system. its a brilliant, surrealistic, gonzo trip of an action film with stunning 90s visual FX and imaginative design, and so what of it shares characteristics with Robocop. It's like saying E.T. sucks because it's similar in tone to Close Encounters. it always amazes me when people write off Total Recall.

Movie Geeks United! says:

Thank you for listening! The top 100 list is located on Total Sci Fi Online.

Xenu says:

"They have a greatest 100 sci-fi movies…" Who has? I would put the Star Wars trilogy way above "2001." The latter was a magnificent novel but the film is too boring for my taste. "Planet of the Apes" is a brilliant film, written by two brilliant screenwriters – Michael Wilson and Rod Serling.

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