Top Sci Fi Decade

Based on the most frequently viewed sci fi movies on the web, which is the best decade. 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 2000’s, and 2010’s

I know these are just a few, so feel free express your opinion. But don’t be so quick to opine this will take some thought.

 

70’S
Alien
Close Encounters
Star Wars IV
Star Trek
SuperMan
Planet of the Apes

80″s
Blade Runner
E.T
The Terminator
The Empire Strikes Back
The Wrath of Kahn
Aliens
RoboCop
Tron
Back to The Future
Mad Max 2
The Abyss
Flash Gordon

90’s
T-2
The Matrix
Jurassic Park
Total Recall
The Phantom Menace
First Contact
12 Monkeys
Contact
Lawnmower Man
Demolition Man
Alien 3
Gattaca
Back to the future III

2000’s
Avatar
Minority Report
A.I
Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith
District 9
Serenity
Pitch Black
T3
28 Days Later
Star Trek
Matrix Reloaded
X-Men

2010’s
Inception
The Hunger Games
Tron:Legacy
The Avengers
Iron Man 2
Star Trek Into Darkness
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Book of Eli
Man of Steel

 

7 thoughts on “Top Sci Fi Decade

  1. This has got to be one of the most challenging questions I had. I love so many of the movies on these lists as well as others during any of those eras not mentioned. Hmmm, I am torn between the 80′ and the 90’s. I love every single movie on that list. But I know Mike you are twisting my arm here so I’m going with the 90’s. The Matrix movies pushed me over the edge.

  2. Excellent choice. I don’t that you can go wrong with any of them, but when push comes to shove I choose the 2010’s. The Matrix would have done it for me as well however when I thought about what I missed with The Hobbit movies I was done.

  3. I think each one offers something different. I think the Matrix was brought something out of movies that was missing. It surely wasn’t the acting … but it did excite a lot of people again about SciFi in movies. I love the list.

  4. Guys it has to be the 1970’s! Star Wars and Aliens sparked off Franchises that we enjoy today. And if it was not for Star Wars would Sci-Fi even be where it is today? JP

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