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.
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'.
What's worse than a deadly robot, armed to teeth with rockets, lasers, and infrared targeting? What about the same robot, but clicked and dragged 10x (don't forget to hold shift, or the dimensions will be off).
These oversized monsters in these modern movies have a serious distaste for tall urban structures, and the tiny ant-like creatures that inhabit them. Check out such modern creature-feature classics as 'Cloverfield', 'Trollhunter', and Gareth Edward's 2014 Godzilla reboot.