• 10 Sci-Fi Movie Dystopias That Are Actually Not So Bad

    9 monthes ago - By Screen Rant

    The word dystopia is tossed around a lot when people describe the plots of different science fiction movies, but how many of these people actually use the word correctly? Technically, a dystopia is a "bad place" based on its translation from Ancient Greek. Considered the opposite of utopias, dystopias are defined by declines in society. Through war, tyranny, or disasters, dystopias are places - past, present, or future - where freedom and equality are compromised. RELATED: 10 Classic Sci-Fi Movies That Haven't Aged Well In science fiction movies, dystopic societies are often ruled by...
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  • 10 Amazing Sci-Fi Movies That Didn't Use CGI | ScreenRant

    10 Amazing Sci-Fi Movies That Didn't Use CGI | ScreenRant

    9 monthes ago - By Screen Rant

    Nowadays it's hard to find a sci-fi film that isn't big on CGI. Stellar visuals, immersive 3D and an overdose of special effects seem to be the norm in Hollywood, be it for the Marvel or the Star Wars movies. In fact, it seems pretty much impossible to imagine a good sci-fi film without these qualities. But that wasn't always the case. RELATED: 10 Most Terrifying Aliens In Sci-Fi Movie History Although practically all mainstream films use CGI and special effects now, there are a few that do not rely on those entirely, and instead focus on dialogue and an engaging plot to keep the audience...
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