1. Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005)
While Danny and Walter are driving their parents crazy, their older sister tries to ignore them. The two brothers barely get along. Despite their differences, the brothers are able to work together to play Zathura, an ancient mechanical board game. They discover, however, following their first move that the game appears to have expelled them, their sister, and their entire house into outer space, as well. As a result, they deduce that the only way to get back home is to win the video game. However, new threats appear almost every time the siblings move, forcing them to work together in ways they never imagined as they come to appreciate how much they mean to each other.
2. Ender’s Game (2013)
The Formics, a mysterious extraterrestrial race, decimated much of the planet. Fifty years later, the people of Earth are still united in their efforts to keep this technologically advanced alien race from destroying them. Wiggin, a shy but brilliant young man, has the potential to save humanity. He’s taken to a battle school in space away from his beloved sister and his terrifying brother. After being put to the test, he will become a skilled killer who hates what he does, all in the name of saving the planet and his family.
3. Click (2006)
To advance in his career, Michael Newman (Sandler) must please his boss (Hasselhoff). The issue is that he is spending less time with his family and longs for a remote control that allows him to take control of his day-to-day activities. When Newman meets Morty (Walken), a crazy salesman with the ultimate remote, his dream comes true. Muffling, skipping, and dubbing his life are all possible with this remote. The opportunity he sees here will allow him to not only skip over every argument, but it will also allow him to skip straight to promotion. Until the remote goes horribly wrong, he thinks it’s a good idea.
4. Signs (2002)
When Mel Gibson’s character, Preacher Graham Hess, loses his wife in a tragic car accident, he begins to question God’s existence. He shares a farmhouse with his wife and children, as well as his brother Merrill. Graham dismisses the appearance of crop circles in their corn fields as the work of pranksters. The family becomes suspicious of extraterrestrial activity after hearing strange noises and seeing news reports about crop circles appearing all over the world. They must now remain united as a unit and have faith in one another in order to make it through this ordeal and find a way out.
5. Labyrinth (1986)
Sarah, a teenager, is made to babysit her younger brother Toby by her father and stepmother while they are away from home. Toby’s tears won’t stop flowing, and Sarah longs for the Goblin King to come and take her brother away. It appears as if the Goblin King has granted Toby’s wish and he has been taken to the Goblin City, in the middle of a labyrinth, by the Goblin King Jareth. When Sarah goes to look for Toby, she discovers that he has stopped crying. Despite Sarah’s sincere apologies, Jareth insists that she rescue her brother before midnight, or he will be transformed into a goblin. The cowardly goblin Hoggle soon joins forces with the beast Ludo, the knight Didymus, and their dog Ambrosius to help Sarah on her quest. Are they going to be able to save Toby in time?
6. Battle Los Angeles (2011)
After hitting the earth’s atmosphere, meteors, which have been hammering Los Angeles and other cities for years, appear to be slowing down. Aliens from another planet have crashed on the coast of Los Angeles, and people in the area are being killed one by one. The military has been given the go-ahead to begin operations. Staff Sergeant Nantz (Aaron Eckhart) is reassigned to a new platoon after being about to retire. The platoon is being led by a new 2nd Lt. Martinez, who was flown in by chopper to the forward operating base at Santa Monica Airport (Ramon Rodriguez). They’ve been dispatched to an alien police station to rescue some stranded civilians. Only three hours remain for them to finish their mission and escape the area before the Air Force begins bombing it.
7. The Host (2006)
Park Hee-bong, a man in his late 60s, is the focus of the film. He has two sons, a daughter, and a granddaughter, and runs a small snack bar on the Han River. To look at their way of life, the Parks appear to be no different than the average Seoulite. Hee-eldest bong’s son Gang-du, who is in his 40s and divorced, is an immature and incompetent man. When it comes to their two children, Nam-il is the youngest and an unhappy unemployed grouch, while Nam-joo is an Olympic gold medalist in archery and a member of the South Korean national team.
An unknown monster emerges from the Han River’s depths one day, causing panic and killing people. It also takes Gang-daughter du’s Hyun-seo hostage and disappears. Everyone in the family is distraught over the death of a beloved family member. Nevertheless, when they learn that she is still alive, they make the decision to intervene and save her.
8. The Transformers: The Movie (1986)
Despite being based on a popular animated television series (and a popular line of robot toys), this theatrical film didn’t do well at the box office. There are twenty years between the events of the television series and those depicted in the film, which takes place in 2005, and follows the heroic Autobots as they battle the evil Decepticons on their homeworld of Cybertron. As a result of their mutual rage, both sides have become completely oblivious to the impending danger. The hideous threat is Unicron, a gigantic planet with the capability of consuming anything in its path. The Autobot Matrix of Leadership, which the Autobots currently possess and which the Decepticons intend to take away from them under Unicron’s orders, is the only thing that can stop Unicron.
9. Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)
Lt. Commander Data suddenly behaves as if his life is in danger while on a mission to observe the peaceful Ba’ku. When it comes to immortality, the Ba’ku prefer to live in harmony with nature instead of relying on advanced technology because their planet has regenerative radiation. The Federation is secretly studying their planet and culture in conjunction with an extraterrestrial people known as the Son’a. Nevertheless, the Son’a plan to kidnap the Ba’ku in order to seize the planet for themselves and the Starfleet officials, who all wish to regenerate their bodies…………………………………… In the end, they didn’t care about the loyalty of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and his crew to the Prime Directive.
10. After Earth (2013)
Nova Prime, the new home for mankind after a thousand years of cataclysmic events on Earth, has been established. The legendary Cypher Raige returns home to his estranged family after a long tour of duty, ready to be a father to his son Kitai, 13 years old. Because of the damage caused by an asteroid storm, Cypher and Kitai’s ship is destroyed, and they crash land on a strange and dangerous world. Kitai must trek across hostile terrain to recover their rescue beacon while his father lies dying in the cockpit. All Kitai ever wanted was to be like his father, a soldier. He’ll have the opportunity to prove himself today.
11. Edge Of Tomorrow (2014)
An alien race has launched an all-out assault on Earth that no military force on the planet can stop. As a new officer, Major William Cage (Cruise) is unceremoniously assigned to a mission that amounts to a suicide mission. After being shot and killed in a matter of minutes, Cage is now trapped in an endless loop, fighting and dying over and over again. But as the battles progress, Cage and Special Forces warrior Rita Vrataski become more proficient at engaging their opponents (Blunt). And as Cage and Vrataski continue to engage the aliens, they’re getting closer and closer to winning the war!
12. 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)
After a car accident, Michelle wakes up in a mysterious bunker with Howard and Emmett, two men she doesn’t recognize. In order to help her with her leg injury from the car crash, Howard gives her a pair of crutches and tells her to “get good on those” before she leaves the bunker. She’s been informed that an alien invasion has occurred, and the rest of the world has been contaminated. The intentions of Howard and Emmett, on the other hand, are soon called into question, and Michelle is forced to decide whether she prefers it inside or outside.
13. Toy Story (1995)
Andy, a young boy, enjoys playing with his toys in his room, especially his doll “Woody.” But what happens to Andy’s toys when he isn’t around? They come to life. Woody is content with his lot in life as a toy. It’s not just Andy’s birthday party that worries him; he has to worry about his family moving. After Buzz Lightyear (an action figure) is given to Andy by his mother, Woody has no idea that it is an actual toy. Buzz Lightyear quickly becomes Andy’s new favorite toy. Woody, who has become envious, makes an effort to eliminate Buzz. Afterwards, neither Woody nor Buzz can be found any longer. But first, they must survive a terrifying encounter with Sid Phillips, a maniacal toy killer, before they can return home.