5 futuristic sci-fi films to watch on your day off

To kick off our entertainment sector of The Unidentified, we asked a few of the Uniden team members what their favorite sci-fi films are to watch during down time. Because techwear has a futuristic feel to it, we thought it would be fun to see where the team lands as far as the best portrayal of the science fiction genre. 

Interstellar

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James - "Interstellar is just one of those films that truly messes with our understanding space travel and time. I still watch this film to this day and it blows me away with how Christopher Nolan was able to capture those deep scientific subjects."

Yijihoon - "I honestly just love all of Christopher Nolan films. I don't think he has ever made a bad film. He is one of the best directors of all-time. Can you tell I'm a Christopher Nolan fan?"

 

Tenet

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    James - "Tenet is just a crazy film. Nolan does it again. He really makes me question reality with his films sometimes. I mean, are we in a simulation?"

    Yijihoon - "Christopher Nolan."

      Ex Machina

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      Gabe - "That spine tingling and thought provoking ending."

      James - "I still think we're in a simulation."

      Gantz:0 

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      Gabe - "for it's impressive 3D visuals and suit design."

      Yijihoon - "I've never been a fan of 3D animation in anime, but this movie truly blew my mind......Christopher Nolan."

      Ghost in the Shell (anime)

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      Yijihoon - "Chris....ok, but really, this is one of the original films that still inspires a lot of technical clothing to this day. I think what draws me into this movie is its Cyberpunk aesthetic, but more than just aesthetic, the nature of how humans interact with technology. Conversely to Ex Machina, it gives far more hope with how humans could eventually interact with A.I."

      James - "A.I. scares the hell out of me, but this is a classic anime film that should be watched by anyone who thinks the robots will eventually take over." 

      Let us know in the comments what you're favorite sci-fi films are, and why we should be watching them.