Best Futuristic Movies

  • Minority Report

    Minority Report (PG-13, 2002)

    Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, Kathryn Morris, Samantha Morton, Max von Sydow
    Based on a short story by the late Philip K. Dick, this science fiction-thriller reflects the writer... read more's familiar preoccupation with themes of concealed identity and mind control. Tom Cruise stars as John Anderton, a Washington, D.C. detective in the year 2054. Anderton works for "Precrime," a special unit of the police department that arrests murderers before they have committed the actual crime. Precrime bases its work on the visions of three psychics or "precogs" whose prophecies of future events are never in error. When Anderton discovers that he has been identified as the future killer of a man he's never met, he is forced to become a fugitive from his own colleagues as he tries to uncover the mystery of the victim-to-be's identity. When he kidnaps Agatha (Samantha Morton), one of the precogs, he begins to formulate a theory about a possible frame-up from within his own department. Directed by Steven Spielberg, who hired a team of futurists to devise the film's numerous technologically advanced gadgets, Minority Report co-stars Colin Farrell, Max von Sydow, and Neal McDonough. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi
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      fb1303250428: f suspense, thrills, and plot twists, "Minority Report" succeeds because it couples it's intriguing futuristic concept with profound ethical and philosophical questions.
      Reviewed 8 months days ago
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      fb212300943: . i... i just do. maybe it's my love of futuristic movies... i dont know.
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
    • Hamee
      Hamee: I loved this story and the crazy portrayal of futuristic crime solving. Cruise and his bad acting are the only thing that I have anything bad to s
      Reviewed 21 months days ago
  • Equilibrium

    Equilibrium (R, 2002)

    Christian Bale, Emily Watson, Taye Diggs, Angus Macfadyen, Sean Bean
    A man who dares to feel finds his life in danger in this cautionary science fiction drama. In the fu... read moreture, after a Third World War has decimated much of the Earth's population, a new nation known as Libria rises up under the unquestioned leadership of Dupont (Angus MacFadyen). Believing human emotions and their expression were to blame for the failings of past societies, The Father has decreed that all citizens must take a daily dose of Prozia II, a drug which levels out the emotional landscape, and that all forms of creative expression are against the law; violating either regulation can be punished by death. John Preston (Christian Bale) is a Grammaton, an elite law enforcement officer who tracks down and punishes "sense offenders." One day, Preston accidentally fails to take his Prozia II, and for the first time begins experiencing emotions himself. Preston becomes aware of an underground of rebels who refuse to take their medication and have embraced art and literature, and he finds himself becoming infatuated with one of their number, Mary O'Brian (Emily Watson). Equilibrium is the second feature-length directorial effort from Kurt Wimmer, whose screenwriting credits include The Thomas Crown Affair and Sphere. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb555716550: movie worthwhile but the only thing disturbing is the fail at making the movie look like it's in a futuristic setting.
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
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      fb551727298: . The creation of the world this film is set in is great, with futuristic building and high tech vehicles. The special effects are top-notch, and all the violence
      Reviewed 22 months days ago
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      fb517087984: Pretty nice movie - action packed and I like futuristic type of movies with things that will never happen but are still entertaining .
      Reviewed 21 months days ago
  • The Island

    The Island (PG-13, 2005)

    Ewan McGregor, Scarlett Johansson, Sean Bean, Steve Buscemi, Djimon Hounsou
    Blockbuster action director Michael Bay delivers a striking look at a strange world of the future in... read more this sci-fi action drama. Midway through the 21st century, Lincoln Six Echo (Ewan McGregor) lives in a confined indoor community after ongoing abuse of the Earth has rendered most of the planet uninhabitable. One of the only places in the outside world still capable of sustaining life is an idyllic island where citizens are chosen to live through a lottery. Or at least that's what Lincoln and his fellow citizens are taught to believe; the truth is that Lincoln, like everyone he knows, is actually a clone who is kept under wraps to provide needed organs when the person who supplied his or her DNA falls ill. When he becomes aware that his existence is a fraud, Lincoln escapes to the outside world with a fellow clone, Jordan Two Delta (Scarlett Johansson), though the powers that be are determined to see that no one gets away alive. The Island also stars Steve Buscemi, Djimon Hounsou, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Sean Bean. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      hpfan05: . I had to see this film as an assignment turned out better than I thought. :) In a futuristic time('15) where people were even trying to defy death, cloning became the ultimate choice
      Reviewed 24 months days ago
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      fb573276964: . It is a face paced futuristic thriller that is definitely worth watching.
      Reviewed 21 months days ago
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      fb734971799: along with such a consistently intense action without getting blasà (C) and boring, with believably futuristic scenes throughout.

      The only thing with is film is its shouting to be longer, and parts t
      Reviewed 15 months days ago
  • Blade Runner

    Blade Runner (R, 1982)

    Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh
    A blend of science fiction and noir detective fiction, Blade Runner (1982) was a box office and crit... read moreical bust upon its initial exhibition, but its unique postmodern production design became hugely influential within the sci-fi genre, and the film gained a significant cult following that increased its stature. Harrison Ford stars as Rick Deckard, a retired cop in Los Angeles circa 2019. L.A. has become a pan-cultural dystopia of corporate advertising, pollution and flying automobiles, as well as replicants, human-like androids with short life spans built by the Tyrell Corporation for use in dangerous off-world colonization. Deckard's former job in the police department was as a talented blade runner, a euphemism for detectives that hunt down and assassinate rogue replicants. Called before his one-time superior (M. Emmett Walsh), Deckard is forced back into active duty. A quartet of replicants led by Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) has escaped and headed to Earth, killing several humans in the process. After meeting with the eccentric Eldon Tyrell (Joe Turkel), creator of the replicants, Deckard finds and eliminates Zhora (Joanna Cassidy), one of his targets. Attacked by another replicant, Leon (Brion James), Deckard is about to be killed when he's saved by Rachael (Sean Young), Tyrell's assistant and a replicant who's unaware of her true nature. In the meantime, Batty and his replicant pleasure model lover, Pris (Darryl Hannah) use a dying inventor, J.F. Sebastian (William Sanderson) to get close to Tyrell and murder him. Deckard tracks the pair to Sebastian's, where a bloody and violent final confrontation between Deckard and Batty takes place on a skyscraper rooftop high above the city. In 1992, Ridley Scott released a popular director's cut that removed Deckard's narration, added a dream sequence, and excised a happy ending imposed by the results of test screenings; these legendary behind-the-scenes battles were chronicled in a 1996 tome, Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner by Paul M. Sammon. ~ Karl Williams, Rovi
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      ajquioc: . A true science fiction story or film is about ideas, not spaceship battles, futuristic gadgets, or weird creatures. "Blade Runner" fully qualifies as this in its examination of
      Reviewed 18 days days ago
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      fb755078042: . He has done a great job with this film, totally capturing the futuristic and melancholy look of Los Angeles in 2019, with the help of the visual effects team of c
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      fb100000222539113: ... Time to die.

      "A Futuristic Vision Perfected"

      A chilling, bold, mesmerizing, futuristic detective thriller. The concept and plot of the movie is so brilliant and complex with th
      Reviewed 12 months days ago
  • I, Robot

    I, Robot (PG-13, 2004)

    Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan, Alan Tudyk, Bruce Greenwood, Chi McBride
    Director Alex Proyas (Dark City, The Crow) helmed this sci-fi thriller inspired by the stories in Is... read moreaac Asimov's nine-story anthology of the same name. In the future presented in the film, humans have become exceedingly dependent on robots in their everyday lives. Robots have become more and more advanced, but each one is preprogrammed to always obey humans and to, under no circumstances, ever harm a human. So, when a scientist turns up dead and a humanoid robot is the main suspect, the world is left to wonder if they are as safe around their electronic servants as previously thought. Will Smith stars as Del Spooner, the robot-hating Chicago cop assigned to the murder investigation. Bridget Moynahan, Bruce Greenwood, James Cromwell, and Chi McBride also star. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi
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      phubbs1: ore and there isn't anything really outstanding on offer in the sense of 'things looking flashy and futuristic' but it all looks very clean smooth and realistic. The addition of the super sleek Audi c
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
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      fb1401503889: Will Smith is great in this Sci-Fi/Futuristic film! Combines crime/cop stuff into a technology feel
      Reviewed 22 months days ago
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      Director Proyas succeed in creating a believable futuristic world populated by robots. It's different from the cinematic modernized environment of "T
      Reviewed 16 months days ago
  • Babylon A.D.

    Babylon A.D. (PG-13, 2008)

    Vin Diesel, Mélanie Thierry, Michelle Yeoh, Lambert Wilson, Mark Strong
    Hong Kong action icon Michelle Yeoh stars alongside American muscle Vin Diesel in this science ficti... read moreon thriller concerning a nun who is charged with the task of caring for a young girl who may be the carrier of a deadly virus. Based on author Maurice Dantec's Babylon Babies, this tale of genetic manipulation comes to the screen courtesy of director Mathieu Kassovitz. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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      fb509096183: . My jaw dropped to the floor when I saw the visionary futuristic version of Manhattan. Even little things, like the apartment they stay in are visually as
      Reviewed 12 months days ago
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      fb1600112465: Competent but uninspired futuristic (and dystopian) actioner, with the gravelly voiced Vin Diesel as a mercenary hired to esc
      Reviewed 4 months days ago
    • kliffaa
      kliffaa: quite ok futuristic film .. not a hit or anything really exceptional, but better than average imo ...
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
  • The Fifth Element

    The Fifth Element (PG-13, 1997)

    Bruce Willis, Milla Jovovich, Ian Holm, Gary Oldman, Chris Tucker
    Good and evil battle for the future of 23rd century Earth in this visually striking big-budget scien... read morece fiction epic. In the movie's prologue, which is set in 1914, scientists gather in Egypt at the site of an event that transpired centuries earlier. Aliens, it seemed, arrived to collect four stones representing the four basic elements (earth, air, fire and water) - warning their human contacts that the objects were no longer safe on Earth. A few hundred years later (in the 23rd century), a huge ball of molten lava and flame is hurtling toward Earth, and scientist-holy man Victor Cornelius (Ian Holm) declares that in order to prevent it from destroying the planet, the same four elemental stones must be combined with the fifth element, as embodied by a visitor from another world named Leeloo (Milla Jovovich). However, if the force of evil presents itself to the stones instead, the Earth will be destroyed, and an evil being named Zorg (Gary Oldman) will trigger the disaster. Despite her remarkable powers, Leeloo needs help with her mission, and she chooses her accomplice, military leader-turned-cab driver Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis), when she literally falls through the roof of his taxi. Writer and director Luc Besson began writing the script for The Fifth Element when he was only 16 years old, though he was 38 before he was able to bring it to the screen. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb881835330: Strong fantasy and imagenative beyond reason in a futuristic world... its die hard vs star wars, and its soooo goooood! Milla Jovovich best role and G
      Reviewed 13 months days ago
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      fb1382028818: a good futuristic movie....enjoy it everytime i see it.
      Reviewed 14 months days ago
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      Leelu was the only good character. Even the futuristic setting saves the film.
      Reviewed 18 months days ago
  • Southland Tales

    Southland Tales (R, 2007)

    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Seann William Scott, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Curtis Armstrong, Joe Campana
    California is at the epicenter of a political and environmental disaster that threatens to destroy t... read morehe world in this ambitious fusion of comedy, drama, dystopian science fiction, and music from writer and director Richard Kelly, his first film after gaining a cult following with Donnie Darko. In the year 2005, a nuclear attack wipes out part of the state of Texas, and three years later America is a virtual police state, with the government taking control of nearly every part of people's lives, supposedly for their own good. A German firm has found a way to generate energy using seawater, but both public and private concerns are desperate to prevent the new technology from being introduced in the gasoline-starved United States. A Marxist underground based on the West Coast is determined to bring down the federal government through violent revolution.In this midst of this chaos, we follow a number of stories that continually return to three principle characters. Boxer Santaros (Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock) is an actor famous for his role in action films; he's trying to secure financing for a new project, but reality keeps mirroring the events in his script and he struggles to hold on to his identity following a bout with amnesia. Krysta Now (Sarah Michelle Gellar) is a porn star who is reinventing herself as a television pundit offering her views on politics, contemporary culture, and teenage sex. And Roland Taverner (Seann William Scott) is an L.A. police officer whose identity has mysteriously split in two, and he struggles to track down his other half. Featuring a massive supporting cast which includes Mandy Moore, Miranda Richardson, Wallace Shawn, Jon Lovitz, Kevin Smith, Amy Poehler, and Justin Timberlake, Southland Tales received its world premiere at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival; director Kelly also created an accompanying series of three graphic novels that chart these events and characters prior to this story. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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      fb550977450: Strange sci-fi movie, it is set in the present time but it is a futuristic present with technology and medical advances that are not invented yet. This film is also
      Reviewed 14 months days ago
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      Southland Tales is an ensemble piece set in the futuristic landscape of Los Angeles on July 4, 2008...

      Dwayne Johnson: Boxer Santaros / Je
      Reviewed 16 months days ago
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      studmuffin0681: an ensemble piece set in the futuristic landscape of Los Angeles as it stands on the brink of social, economic and environmental
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Repo Men

    Repo Men (R, 2010)

    Jude Law, Forest Whitaker, Alice Braga, Liev Schreiber, Carice van Houten
    Writers Eric Garcia and Garrett Lerner team with director Miguel Sapochnik to adapt Garcia's novel a... read morebout a repo man named Remy whose body has been constructed almost entirely of artificial organs. When Remy (Jude Law) fails to keep up on payments for his recent heart transplant, his former partner vows to take back the organ by force if necessary. Meanwhile, Remy finds an unexpected ally in the form of his long-lost wife, Beth (Alice Braga), who has also been retrofitted with numerous artificial organs. Now, despite the fact that they haven't seen each other since Remy joined the army ten years ago, the desperate repo man and his sympathetic wife attempt a daring escape from a man who holds the lives of millions in the palm of his hands. Forest Whitaker and Liev Schreiber co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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      fb1008742212: because it doesn't go too far into the future, and therefore blends a contemporary timeframe with a futuristic one.
      But the negative quality of this is that most of the visual science fiction qualiti
      Reviewed 3 months days ago
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      fb511873620: Looks like a goofy retread of the futuristic chase/action movies, such as Minority Report or... uh, actually I don't know too much abo
      Reviewed 14 months days ago
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      fb8809205: . The license to murder these Repo Men were given seemed unrealistic as the worlds only futuristic aspect is these organs. Everything is the same as today except a few small extras the Rep
      Reviewed 2 years days ago
  • Surrogates

    Surrogates (PG-13, 2009)

    Bruce Willis, Radha Mitchell, Rosamund Pike, Boris Kodjoe, James Francis Ginty
    The filmmaking trio behind the hit sci-fi sequel Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines re-team to explo... read morere a future in which humans live in isolation while only communicating with their fellow man through robots that serve as social surrogates and are better-looking versions of their human counterparts. Bruce Willis stars as an FBI agent who enlists the aid of his own surrogate to investigate the murder of the genius college student who invented the surrogates. As the case grows more complicated, however, the withdrawn detective discovers that in order to actually catch the killer he will have to venture outside the safety of his own home for the first time in many years, and enlists the aid of another agent (Radha Mitchell) in tracking his target down. Jonathan Mostow directs co-screenwriters Michael Ferris and John Brancato's adaptation of the graphic novel by author Robert Venditti and illustrator Brett Weldele. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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      fb782384637: Futuristic and confusion as most future tech savvy movies are. Willis seems out of place in this fi
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
    • Zero2tm
      Zero2tm: Although similar in feel to 'Bicentennial Man' and 'I Robot', this futuristic movie shows what could happen if technology gets too advanced and making the human race t
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
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      fb593930021: I'm a sucker for futuristic crime thrillers. it takes an interesting idea - controlling robots remotely to live out o
      Reviewed 4 years days ago