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  • 1) "The Best (Golden Eagles): 1 Gattaca (Andrew Niccol, 1997). 2 Metropolis (Fritz Lang, 1927). 3 A tie! The Day the Earth Stood Still (Robert Wise, 1951) and On the Beach (Stanley Kramer, 1959). 4 A Beautiful Mind (Ron Howard, 2001). 5 Contact (Robert Zemeckis, 1997)." Source: The 5 Best and Worst Science Based Movies of All Time (Sidney Perkowitz) http://discovermagazine.com/2007/nov/none-found Here a discussion forum about this list: http://science.reddit.com/info/5zvj1/comments/ 2) "No. 1: Contact (1997) No. 2: Children of Men (2006) No. 3: Gattaca (1997) No. 4: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) No. 5: Brazil (1985) No. 6: A Clockwork Orange (1971) No. 7: The Abyss (1989) No. 8: Vanilla Sky (2001) No. 9: Metropolis (1927) No. 10: Flight of the Navigator (1986)" Source and further information: 10 Best Intellectual Science Fiction Movies: (with a bad movie list also) http://worldsandtime.blogspot.com/2007/03/10-best-intellectual-science-fiction.html 3) Further information: Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film (once a year since 1972) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_Award_for_Best_Science_Fiction_Film http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/467501 4) Personally, I like: 2001: A Space Odyssey Total Recall Blade Runner The Fifth Element Until the End of the World 5) Actually, I noticed that this rather addresses the question: "What is the best science *fiction* based movie of all time? " The reason is probably because we are more interested in what could be in the future that in what is or has been. Except, something got bad. For instance there is a movie about "Apollo 13" but I do not remember a big movie about "Apollo 11".

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