Here are the 100 best science-fiction movies of all time according to Paste Magazine:
82. Inception (2010)
Nolan’s filmmaking and Inception’s dream-delving work toward the same end: to offer us a simulation that toys with our notions of reality.
64. Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
Edge of Tomorrow is a blast, and Cruise carries the surprisingly amusing action like a pro—his skill with deadpan comedy proving even more valuable than his infamous enthusiasm for sacrificing his flesh over and over and over.
47. Annihilation (2018)
This is a film about loss, and regret, and the sensation that the world is constantly crumbling and rearranging all around you every possible second.
11. The Matrix (1999)
There is little to add about what’s been already codified about the film that made cyberpunk not stupid—and therefore is the best cyberpunk movie of all time
1. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
That the end of Kubrick’s odyssey returns us to the beginning only reaffirms that purpose: We are, and have always been, the navigators of our destiny.
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