The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever

Sci-Fi Movies has been seen as a not so accurate compared to real science, but today we will be tacking a u turn because in this article we have listed The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever.

Thankfully, not every film seeks out to reject recognized science in favour of entertainment. When filmmakers engage the assistance of real scientists in the scientific field, we get films that truly hold up in terms of reality.

1. 2001: A Space Odyssey

In this mysterious version of a story “ by famed sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke, an enormous black building serves as a link between the past and the future. When Dr. Dave Bowman (Keir Dullea) and other astronauts are dispatched on an unknown mission, their ship’s computer system, HAL, begins to exhibit increasingly unusual behaviour, culminating in a suspenseful showdown between man and machine that ends in a mind-bending journey through space and time.

2. The Martian

MV5BMjA5MTgwNjcwMV5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTgwNDE0MDE5NTE@. V1 - The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever

When astronauts launch out from Mars, they leave behind Mark Watney (Matt Damon), who was presumed dead following a violent storm. With only a few resources, the stranded visitor must rely on his brains and will to live on the dangerous world. Meanwhile, back on Earth, NASA and a multinational team of experts labour feverishly to bring him home, while his crewmates devise their own daring rescue effort.

3. Apollo 13

Based on the events of the Apollo 13 lunar mission, astronauts Jim Lovell (Tom Hanks), Fred Haise (Bill Paxton), and Jack Swigert (Kevin Bacon) discover that everything is proceeding as planned after departing Earth’s orbit. However, the anticipated moon landing is cancelled when an oxygen tank explodes. Following disagreements within the crew, as well as various technological issues, the astronauts’ lives and safe return to Earth are jeopardised.

4. Moon 

image - The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever

Astronaut Sam Bell’s (Sam Rockwell) three-year stint at a lunar mine is coming to a close, and he’s excited to see his wife (Dominique McElligott) and small daughter again. Suddenly, Sam’s health deteriorates dramatically. He experiences horrible migraines and hallucinations, and nearly dies in an accident. He encounters a younger version of himself, possibly a clone. Sam has a limited amount of time to solve the riddle before the company crew arrives.

5. Her 

A sensitive and sensitive man earns a living by writing personal letters for others. After his marriage ends, Theodore (Joaquin Phoenix) gets obsessed with a new operating system, which he claims grows into an intuitive and distinct entity in its own right. He begins the programme and encounters “Samantha” (Scarlett Johansson), whose bright voice reveals a sympathetic, playful nature. Though they begin as “friends,” the relationship quickly develops into love.

6. Interstellar 

image - The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever

A global crop plague and a second Dust Bowl will gradually render Earth uninhabitable in the future. Professor Brand (Michael Caine), a brilliant NASA scientist, is working on plans to save humanity by sending Earth’s population via a wormhole to a new home. But first, Brand must dispatch former NASA pilot Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) and a team of scientists through the wormhole and across the galaxy to determine which of three worlds could be humanity’s new home.

7. Gattaca 

image - The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever

Vincent Freeman (Ethan Hawke) has always wanted to travel to space, but his position as a genetically inferior “in-valid” keeps him grounded. He decides to defy his fate by obtaining the genes of laboratory-engineered “valid” Jerome Morrow (Jude Law). He adopts Jerome’s DNA and joins the Gattaca space programme, where he meets and falls in love with Irene (Uma Thurman). Vincent’s preparations are complicated by a probe into the death of a Gattaca officer (Gore Vidal).

8. Contact

image - The 8 Most Accurate Sci-Fi Movies Ever

Dr. Ellie Arroway (Jodie Foster) races to analyse a possible message from the Vega star system in this Zemeckis-directed adaptation of Carl Sagan’s novel. Once first contact with an extraterrestrial intelligence is established, Arroway must battle with repressive National Security Advisor Kitz (James Woods) and religious fanatics intent on controlling the consequences of such an occurrence. A fantastic message has been discovered hidden in the signal, but will Arroway be the one to answer its call?

Advertisement

Latest articles

Related articles