Sci-Fi Since 1902

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Sci-Fi Since 1902

Sci-Fi Since 1902

This is a montage of some of the best science fiction films ever made. A total of 62 films ordered by release year, from 1902 to the present.  How many can you name?

Introduction speech by Orson Wells: “War of the worlds”, BBC radio.

1902- Voyage dans la lune/A Trip to the Moon
1927- Metropolis
1929- Fraud in Mond
1931- Frankenstein
1933-The Invisible Man
1936-The Devil Doll
1951- The Day the Earth Stood Still
1953- The War of the Worlds
1956- Forbidden Planet
1956- Invasion of the Body Snatchers
1957- The Incredible Shrinking Man
1960- The Time Machine
1960- The Village of the Damned
1966- Fahrenheit 451
1968- 2001: A Space Odyssey
1968- Planet of the Apes
1971- A Clockwork Orange
1972- Solaris
1973- Fantastic Planet
1974- Soylent Green
1977- Close Encounters of the Third Kind
1977- Star Wars: Episode IV, A New Hope
1979- Alien
1979- Stalker
1980- Star Wars: Episode V, The Empire Strikes Back
1982- Blade Runner
1982- E.T.
1982- The Thing
1982- Tron
1984- Terminator
1985- Back to the Future
1985- Brazil
1986- The Fly
1987- Predator
1987- Robocop
1989- Back to the Future II
1990- Total Recall
1991- Terminator II
1993- Jurassic Park
1995- Ghost in the Shell
1995- Twelve Monkeys
1997- Abre los ojos
1997- Cube
1997- Gattaca
1997- The Fifth Element
1999- The Matrix
1999- Being John Malkovich
2002- Akira
2002- Minority Report
2005- V for Vendetta
2006- Children of Men
2008- WALL-E
2009- Avatar
2009- District 9
2009- Moon
2009- Watchmen
2010- Inception
2011- Super 8
2013- Star Trek Into Darkness
2013- Gravity
2013- Her (only voice)

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