Slant Magazine's the Best 100 Sci-Fi Movies of All Time
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"J.G.Ballard may have been right that literary sci-fi has provided all the interesting themes and ideas for which sci-fi in general has become known, but he failed to grasp how cinema has expanded our understanding of sci-fi by pricking at our collective visual consciousness. The titles on our list of the 100 best sci-fi movies of all time have shown us utopias, dystopias, distant planets, and our own Earth destroyed. Some of these depictions are humorous, others haunting. Some rely on complicated special effects, others use none at all. But they're united by their fearlessness in breaking down boundaries and thrusting us into worlds beyond our own."
avg. score: 33 of 100 (33%)
required scores: 1, 18, 27, 35, 47