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List Of 2003 Science Fiction Films

Two Matrix films and the Animatrix, what more do you want?? Don't like it? There's always the blue pill.

List Of 2003 Action Films

This year's action is decidedly adventure orientated. With a bit of 'Bad Boys II' for good measure.

'The Steamiest of Punks': Steampunk Movies

We love a well defined sub-genre here at FilmFish, and do they come more defined than steampunk? Adventures set in cool alternative worlds where electricity never surpassed steam power.

Sean Connery Movies

A man whose sex appeal seems to grow, not diminish, with age. Check out Sean Connery's evolution as an actor from rug-chested secret agent in the Bond series to silver-haired fox in 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' and 'Finding Forrester'.

'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.

The Modern Superhero Round-Up

Here it is, a collection of the very best superhero movies of the millennium. Whether they're from Marvel, DC, Darkhorse, or just the top of a daring director's head, the supernatural vigilantes in this list are sure to entertain.

'Movies Like From Hell': The Dark Mind of Alan Moore

Movies based on the work of the greatest graphic novelist of all time: Alan Moore - responsible for alternate-reality 1980s game-changer 'Watchmen' and dystopian thriller 'V for Vendetta'.

'Movies Like Guardians of the Galaxy': Superheroes Get Quirky

Sick of morally pure cape crusaders or dark and brooding vigilantes? This collection features supernaturally gifted individuals who add an unexpected twist to the superhero formula. Don't think they're real superheroes? Why don't you say it to their face.

'Movies Like Riddick': Modern Dark Sci-Fi

Asimov's first law of robotics states a robot may not injure a human being. Well, it looks like some of the tech on this list viewed this as more as a suggestion. Oh well, we had it coming.

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