Based on the Robert A. Heinlein short story ‘All You Zombies’, this Australian sci-fi movie involves a complex manhunt and time travel. Ethan Hawk’s performance as the lead character is sure to keep viewers on the edge of their seats and leave them guessing to the very end.
2. Monsters: Dark Continent
The sequel to Godzilla director Gareth Edwards 2010 film ‘Monsters’, this movie seeks to take the sci-fi environment of the first film to new levels. Whether it will continue to focus on interpersonal drama like its prequel or emphasize action set pieces as yet remains unknown.
The latest film by Christopher Nolan, the acclaimed director of Inception and The Dark Knight features Matthew McConaughey as a reluctant astronaut searching for a new home for humanity. Strap in for an interesting mix of CGI and practical effects, in what is sure to be a mind-bending film.
4. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1
Jennifer Lawrence once again reprises her role as Katniss, in Mockingjay Part 1. The film takes a turn away from the reality TV inspired Hunger Games and more begins to resemble a futuristic war movie, as the rebellion against the oppressive Capital gains pace.
5. The Zero Theorem
An interesting and exceedingly colourful indie film by Terry Gilliam, the director behind Brazil and 12 Monkeys, about a man seeking to find meaning in a futuristic world. Stars Christoph Waltz who previously was acclaimed for performances in Django Unchained and Inglourious Basterds.
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