The Most Underrated Sci-Fi Mysteries of the 21st Century
Collider lists 10 of the most underrated science fiction movies of the 21st century. While they may be labelled as underrated, some weren’t marketed well and others were just ahead of their time (no sci-fi pun intended).
The 21st century has had an embarrassment of riches when it comes to great science fiction movies. Not only did the last quarter-century feature the first science fiction film to ever win the Academy Award for Best Picture thanks to The Daniels’ Everything Everywhere All At Once, but it saw the return of legendary franchises like Star Wars, Star Trek, Mad Max, Alien, Predator, and Blade Runner.
While it’s great to see new sequels fulfilling the high expectations of fans, originality is always where science fiction fans turn to great new stories. Here are the ten most underrated science fiction mysteries of the 21st century, ranked.
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