Sci-Fi movies are always a source of fun but like most of the Human population, you ask yourself a question? Is it humanly possible? Well, when some of the movies came out it maybe seemed like a fantasy now that the science has progressed a lot. The impossible can be changed into possible.
It was released in 2009. It was based on the story of paralyzed man who is linked to the Na’ vi Hybrid because hybrids cannot survive in their world they need a human lineage to survive , not only the paralyzed guy enjoy’s the epic life of being a Na’vi he also falls for one of the hybrids there as well. This story is quite unrealistic considering it was released back in 2009 when there was nothing called Virtual Reality. But today it is quite possible, there are many devices in the market these days who can promise you something good as Reality. if you don’t believe take a look at your iPhones today.
The Terminator: Best action Sci-Fi Movie
it was released in 1984. A soldier from the future comes to rescue a waitress, As her future baby seems to harm the outcome of future war, A soldier named Terminator is also sent to kill the woman, making the movie epic. Time travel is not possible right now but the weapons used in the movie are real and available in the market these days. Highly Efficient computers that were portrayed in the film are also a reality today.
Released in 2002 starring Mila Jovovich, the corporation named Umbrella creates bioweapons and the human population is at risk. A girl named Alice and Matt breaks into the Lab to shut off the computers. The concept of the movie seems accurate as today in 2019 where artificial intelligence is a reality Bioweapons are not far.
Gravity: Space-Based Sci-Fi Movie
released in 2013 , when a space shutter is destroyed leaving girl named Ryan and guy named Matt stranded in space. The movie is so close to reality many space accidents had happened in the past , making this movie more thrilling.
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