Wall-EWhat if mankind had to leave Earth? And somebody forgot to turn the last robot off? After hundreds of lonely years of doing what he was built for, Wall-E discovers a new purpose in life when he meets a sleek search robot named EVE. EVE comes to realize that Wall-E has inadvertently stumbled upon the key to the planet’s future, and races back to space to report her findings to the humans. Meanwhile, WALL-E chases eve across the galaxy and sets into motion one of the most exciting and imaginative comedy adventures ever.
'Ra.One'The movie received a lot of flak. However that didn’t deter Shahrukh Khan to get on the roof and promote his movie. The film is about an antagonistic game character, 'Ra.One' which escapes the confines of the game into reality killing everyone including the game designer. From then on the movie gets predictable. We suggest see it, India’s attempt to science-fiction!
Koi Mil Gaya & KrrishHrithik Roshan as Rohit Verma added some meat to this alien visitation film. The film shares many plot elements with Satyajit Ray's The Alien and Steven Spielberg's E.T. Watch it for the versatility of an actor. In the sequel ‘Krrish’ we see Hrithik saving kids from a burning circus.
' The Matrix' The Matrix captured the imaginations of sci-fi lovers everywhere and offered them a type of film they hadn't seen before. The Matrix is brimming with all sorts of philosophical questions. What is reality? Is the world around us real or an illusion? Whose kung fu is strongest?
E.T: The Extra Terrestrial This Steven Spielberg movie made us laugh, cry and be compassionate. The story is about Henry, a lonely young boy living with his single mom and siblings. The boy finds some direction and meaning in his life when he stumbles upon a lovable alien critter.
'Star Wars'Yes, we are aware technically ‘Star Wars’ is not supposed to be in this list. Obviously, we remember characters like Chewbacca and Darth Maul are aliens. But what about Han Solo? Does the fact that he’s from a long time ago and a galaxy far, far away make his arrogance any less human?
'Avatar'The men in blue saved village folk won hearts and got the girl – much like our ‘Bollywood’ movies. The reasons the movie was a success because of its simple, engaging story. Avatar is a story about a man who went in search of a new life and found the happiness he long craved. That's something humans desire too!
District 9The story of District 9 is that deals with some real-life issues that humankind is facing now. The movie is full of action scenes and visual effects, this film seemingly appeared from out of nowhere to stun genre fans and remind us that great sci-fi can still happen, giant robot movies notwithstanding.
'Star Trek II: The wrath of the Khan' The best of the Trek movies tackles some of the series' heaviest of themes; themes centered around using space exploration as means to feel young despite life's way of always coming to an end.
Planet of the ApesSpawning four sequels, two reboots, a TV series, a cartoon, comics, toys and every kind of marketing tie-in you can dream of, the original 1968 'Planet of the Apes' isn't just a great sci-fi film, it's also one of the very first genre franchises to come out of Hollywood. Do we need to say more?