Every weekend, take the opportunity to review the catalog of different platforms in search of films that may interest you. Today I wanted to take advantage of the “Spiderhead” premiere and the arrival of Ridley Scott’s great work on the live stream to propose 4 great futuristic sci-fi movies to see in NetflixAnd the Amazon Prime VideoAnd the Disney + s hbo max.
If you are a fan of the genre, I remind you that we also have lists of 4 great space science fiction movies available to stream and 4 great movies of a genre that fail unfairly on the platforms. And if you prefer series, we also have 4 essential fantasy and sci-fi series. And if you’re looking for something more general, take a look at our review of the best Netflix movies of 2022. Without further ado, Let’s go with the elect today.
“Big Hero 6”
Tabuk: Don Hall and Chris Williams. sound cast: Ryan Potter, Scott Asset, Daniel Henney, TJ Miller, Jimmy Chung, Damon Wayans Jr., Genesis Rodriguez, James Cromwell, Maya Rudolph, Alan Tudyk.
A movie that blends Marvel superheroes with Disney animation, resulting in a great adventure with enough pretension to connect with all kinds of audiences. Of course, above all else, Baymax stands out, one of the most wonderful characters that modern cinema has given us. In addition, the science fiction element is used very well, generally opting for a more realistic touch that perfectly matches those details that bring its visual ending closer to the world of animation. One of the best Disney classics.
‘Big Hero 6’ movie review
Tabuk: Alex Garland. distribution: Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac, Sonoya Mizuno, Corey Johnson, Chelsea Lee, Tiffany Pisani
A great example of a futuristic film that presents this element more as a necessity to story creation than as a want to deeply explore the universe in which it is set, but various aspects of its technological advancement, suggests an interesting reflection on artificial intelligence thanks to Garland’s flawless script. Visually stunning without compromising simplicity and with great work by its protagonists, it’s one of those works that are small in appearance but enormous in what they end up giving you.
“Ex Machina” review
“Lobster” (“The Lobster”)
Tabuk: Yorgos Lanthimos. distribution: Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, Jessica Bardeen, Olivia Colman, Ashley Jensen, Ariane Lapid, Angelique Papulia, John C. Reilly, Lea Seydoux, Michael Smiley, Ben Whishaw, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Rosanna Holt, Heidi Ellen Love
If “Ex Machina” leaves aside the community in which the story took place, the exact opposite happens here, because the disturbing near future proposed by the director of “The Favourite”. Without giving up his extravagant style, here he proposes a dystopian society with the need to find a partner as a starting point for a great act that embraces the absurd once he embraces thought, playing all the sticks he sees fit without any fear of it. which can lose balance. It is often a share.
‘Raising the level of’
Tabuk: Lee and Neil. distribution: Elisabeth Moss, Storm Reed, Harriet Dyer, Aldis Hodge, Oliver Jackson Cohen, Zara Michaels, Michael Dorman, Benedict Hardy, Renee Lim, Brian Megan, Nick Keske, Vivian Greer, Nicholas Hope.
This second feature film from the director of “The Invisible Man” takes us to a near future where technology controls practically everything. The intriguing thing is that this futuristic element is actually used to tell an ancient revenge story, thus using the best of both worlds to make a powerful, even unruly at times action movie, which also makes effective use of humor. It would soon become a cult movie if it wasn’t already.
Hope some of you are interested. And feel free to use the comments to make recommendations as you see fit and Thus it completes the selection you have made. For my part, I note that they were about to get into the song “Her” (available on Amazon Prime Video and in two movies) and “Snowpiercer” (you have it on Prime Video).