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.
While we do find it hard to swallow the Marxist undertones contained in these Hollywood produced blockbusters, they do ask important questions about wealth inequality in today's society. But wait, doesn't Bernie Sanders do that for us now? Please ignore. List obsolete.
Punch like a girl will take on a whole new meaning after you watch these badass female leads do their thing. Includes everything from grindhouse classic 'Coffy' to modern YA blockbuster 'The Hunger Games'. See what happens when you tell little girls they can grow up to be anything!
Action-packed movies where the contestants (typically unwilling) are forced to fight to the death for the entertainment of twisted spectators. Includes YA blockbuster 'The Hunger Games' right alongside cyberpunk classic 'The Running Man'. So, who are you betting on?
Thanks Obama! Ponder what society could be if controlled by a government who hated free-speech, listened in to your conversations at all times, and patrolled the skies with unmanned robots. Oh wait...thanks Obama!
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.
As 2012 was predicted to be the end of the world, many films featured post-apocalyptic content. How very unusual for the Sci-Fi genre. Will life as we know it survive? There’s only one way to find out.