Three science-fiction movies in streaming for all tastes and that are worth revisiting

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From a semi-unknown classic of science fiction from the seventies at the hands of one of its great visionaries to a blockbuster with spectacular special effects that went unnoticed a couple of years ago. Our selection of genre films available for streaming is more varied and for all tastes than everand our advice is… that you see them all.

‘Gemini’

Released at a very difficult time, at the end of 2019, everyone seems to have forgotten this film of semi-catastrophic box office and that was promoted at the time as the ultimate in special effects. The truth is that in this story of cloned super-assassins, the action and the spectacle are not revolutionary, but the effects that show us Will Smith meeting a rejuvenated version of himself are… especially since we have seen Smith often in hit movies from a very young age. The feeling is very curious and the film deserves to be revisited.

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‘dyssomnia’

Of all the movies of the “end of the world with limitations” variant (can’t talk, can’t watch, etc), this is one of the most interesting, a Netflix movie that has been somewhat forgotten. In her what people cannot do is sleep, which guarantees catastrophic consequences in just a few days: who can is a girl who may keep the secret of the survival of humanity, which starts a race against time between a creature always sleepy and a bunch of adults completely out of their minds, like an apocalyptic version of ‘Alice in Country of Wonders’.

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‘mystery ships’

Douglas Trumbull’s directorial debut, the pivotal special effects designer whose mastery provided us with key pieces of the genre like ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ or ‘Blade Runner’. This film is one of the cult classics of science fiction in the seventies and tells us how in a space station, the scientist who keeps alive the last terrestrial botanical species (Bruce Dern) receives the order to destroy them.

From a semi-unknown classic of science fiction from the seventies at the hands of one of its great visionaries to…

From a semi-unknown classic of science fiction from the seventies at the hands of one of its great visionaries to…

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