The term “science fiction” refers to movies and television shows that focus on technology, science or technology-related stories.
They often have a strong focus on the idea of technology as the ultimate solution to all our problems.
Here’s a list of some of the most popular sci-fi movies of the last 50 years: Star Trek (1966) – The original Star Trek episode was about a human race that is stranded on a distant planet after their spaceship has crashed into a nearby asteroid.
They’ve been stuck there for years, and have come to terms with the fact that they’re not the dominant species.
They decide to get a starship, and they’re in a hurry.
The ship’s weapons systems are outdated, but it’s still a dangerous ship.
The original episode had some of science fiction’s best actors.
Also, the crew is led by Captain Kirk, played by Gene Roddenberry.
The movie was nominated for a Golden Globe for best original screenplay and Best Sound Editing.
The Enterprise (1966-1969) – Another Trek episode, this one about a starship called the Enterprise, that goes out into the universe to find a way to get back home.
It’s a very different ship from the Enterprise seen in the Star Trek films.
It was the first show to feature a woman as captain.
It also was nominated in a few categories, including Best New Series.
Star Wars (1977) – This is the second Star Wars movie, and it’s set in the early days of the Galactic Empire.
The Empire is a military dictatorship that uses a dark side of the Force to rule the galaxy.
They are led by Darth Vader, played brilliantly by George Lucas.
The first Star Wars film was released in 1977, and was nominated twice for Best Sound Design, Best Original Score and Best Original Song.
The sequel, The Empire Strikes Back, was released a year later.
The third movie, The Phantom Menace, is set nearly 20 years after the events of the first two films.
There are several versions of this movie.
One is the prequel, Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, which stars Harrison Ford as Han Solo and Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia.
The other is Star Wars Episode IV: A New Republic, which takes place roughly three years after A New Way Home.
A third film, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, was also released in the 1970s.
The fourth Star Trek movie, Star Fleet, was produced in 1979.
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1977-1979) – A movie that had a strong theme of science.
The plot is about the crew of the USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) returning home from a voyage to the planet of Alpha Centauri.
They find that their ship has been attacked by an alien race that wants to conquer Earth.
They have to escape and find a new ship to fight the race, the USS Voyager.
It stars Harrison Johnson as Captain Kirk and Robert Picardo as Chekov.
The film received three Golden Globes for Best Original Music, Best Cinematography and Best Editing.
Star Destroyer (1982) – It was another Star Trek film, this time about a group of space-faring explorers, led by Kirk and Spock, that are sent on a mission to an unexplored planet.
It follows them as they explore the planet’s surface, and discovers something strange.
It won a Golden Globys for Best Visual Effects.
It is also nominated for two Oscars, Best Screenplay and Best Score.
It has been compared to The Day the Earth Stood Still, and also the original Star Wars.
The final movie in the series, Star Tours (1982-1986) – Again, a Star Trek sequel.
This time, they’re sent to the far reaches of the galaxy to stop a dangerous alien race called the Vong.
They travel through space and into the heart of the unknown.
The Star Tours movie is about a team of explorers, including a boy named Trip (played by Sean Connery), a woman named Samantha Carter (Samantha Morton) and an older man named Tom Riker (Michael J. Fox).
The film is nominated for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor.
The Final Frontier (1983-1987) – An adventure film starring Gene Hackman as a bounty hunter who has been hired to find and track a mysterious alien being called the Rancher.
This film is about an alien ship, which was being used to track a fugitive from the planet Rancor.
The Rancer was being held on Rancar, who was being hunted by bounty hunter Boba Fett (Bruce Greenwood).
It’s an action-packed film that was released as a limited edition of 500,000 copies.
The filmmakers also directed an animated feature called Star Wars Attack on Rooftop, which is set in Rancorr.
Star Raiders (1988) – In this sci-Fi film, a group called