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Movies Like The Hunger Games: Dystopian YA Movies

Movies in the vein of 'Hunger Games': YA sci-fi adventures set in dystopias that are often weirdly concerned with the romantic affairs of tweens. Well, to be fair they do seem to be the ones regularly taking down governments.

'Movies Like Star Wars the Force Awakens': Modern Space Epics

Seen 'Guardians of the Galaxy' recently and looking for some more swashbuckling extraterrestrial action? Look no further than this collection of contemporary space operas: epic adventures set in distant galaxies (where thankfully everyone still speaks English).

'Movies Like The Giver': Modern YA Sci-Fi

Be whisked away from that teenage angst to a cool dystopian world, a vast spaceship or a world in which you have super powers! (for all of about 90 minutes...)

'Movies like Oblivion': Modern War Sci-Fi

With perhaps the largest budget on average of any science-fiction sub-genre, Military Sci-Fi combines the gritty action of a war movie with the dazzling tech of modern sci-fi. Think 'Edge of Tomorrow' and 'Battle Los Angeles'. Check our 'Classic Military Sci-Fi' list for earlier gems like 'Starship Troopers' and 'Predator'.

'Movies Like War of the Worlds ': Epic Alien Invasions

The aliens in these modern sci-fi blockbusters are interested in far more than just carrying out a couple invasive medical tests; in fact, they want to take over planet earth. Oh well, they can't do a worse job managing the planet than we are!

'Movies Like Oblivion': Whopping Budget Sci-Fi

Ever wondered what $160 million could buy you? Only the very cheapest of these films, for starters. If you like eye-popping CGI, star-studded casts, and characters that are just begging to be made into action figures, then check out this collection of the biggest sci-fi blockbusters Hollywood has to offer.

Best Family Movies 2013

Heard enough of “Let It Go?” Have your kids talk like Minions for hours on end instead. For a more mature family movie, try “The Kings of Summer.” Of course, you can always watch “Frozen” again.

Best Sci-Fi of 2013

The year of the robot suit, think 'Iron Man 3', 'Pacific Rim', and 'Elysium'. Sandra Bullock also had a pretty impressive exoskeleton in 'Gravity', but it didn't do her much good. SPOILER ALERT.

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