Some movies transport us into the future. Sometimes we wonder if it is possible. Leaves its question, leaves us with a pleasant taste in our mouths and is now part of our film archive. Today, I’ve selected Five films that merge science and cinemaThese videos will make you think about many things that you didn’t know before. Have a good time ahead…
Construction Year 2017
Director: Ben C. Lucas
Cast: Jessica De Gouw, Thomas Cocquerel, Shalom Brune-Franklin
Ren Amari is the inventor and innovator of revolutionary medicine. OtherLife is the story of Ren Amari, a man who created a virtual reality for the human mind and developed a drug that changed the perception of time. OtherLife is a drug that creates a virtual world in the user’s mind. Expand your mind to improve your mental ability It can also affect your sense of time. People who take the drug can live for hours within minutes. Ren and his colleagues race against the clock in an effort to bring the drug to the market. In the end, the government decides that the drug can be used as a radical way to reduce prison overcrowding. Virtual prisons will be created for criminals within a matter of minutes using the drug. Criminals can be sentenced and then rehabilitated in just a few seconds in virtual prisons. But, it doesn’t produce the same results as expected.
Construction Year 2014
Director: Wally Pfister
Cast: Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany
Dr. Will Caster, a scientist with significant discoveries, is currently leading an important artificial intelligence project. This is why he attracts the attention of some radical groups that oppose technology. In the end, he is killed and attacked by terrorists because they do not give him the technical assistance he wants. Evelyn, Will’s wife, is a scientist just like him and integrates Will’s brain to an advanced supercomputer. Will’s brain is reunited with his wife even though his body has been taken. Will also begins to warn the rest of the world via the internet about the imminent terrorist threat. When the terrorist group realizes Will is still breathing, they decide to destroy the supercomputer.
Construction Year 2014
Director: Alex Garland
Cast: Domhnall Gaeson, Alicia Vikander & Oscar Isaac
Caleb is just 24 years of age and works as a software specialist for the largest technology company in Silicon Valley. Nathan, the mysterious CEO, is a private man who lives away from the company and its employees. Caleb is awarded a 1-week “prize”, which Nathan gives to the winner of a competition. He is not aware of the experiments he will be involved in. Caleb is waiting in the body Ava, a beautiful robot-girl.
Construction Year 2013
Director: Spike Jonze
Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Scarlett Johansson
Theodore Twombly is a writer who earns his living from handwriting letters. These letters have been a rare find in the past few years. Nowadays, Work of people Computer programs now make it possible. He now lives alone in an apartment after Theodore divorced from his wife. The world changes. He is surprised to find a technology ad. Samantha, a beautiful woman, is introduced to him by a new operating system. It delivers an excellent artificial intelligence program. Samantha, a virtual being who is only a voice, introduces Theodore into a new reality. She asks questions about life and the world. Theodore, who is suffering from severe depression, gradually begins to see the positive aspects of life and his relationship with the artificial Intelligence program becomes more bizarre.
Year of Construction: 2014
Director: Christopher Nolan
Cast: Matthew McConaughey. Anne Hathaway. Michael Caine.
Cooper is a skilled farmer who uses his technical knowledge and skills to make a living farming large corn fields. Cooper’s goal is to provide a secure life for his children. Murph is his only 10-year old daughter. She has an amazing intelligence. Cooper is missing the science career he was pursuing in the past. He receives an unexpected offer and must make a hard decision for the safety and well-being of his family.
Construction Year 2014
Director: Mike Cahill
Cast: Michael Pitt, Brit Marling, Astrid Berges-Frisbey
Ian Gray, a Molecular Biologist, is working with his lab colleagues, Karen and Kenny to study the evolution and origins of the human eye. This research could have implications that can affect the fate of all human beings. Ian is captivated by Sofi’s completely different appearance and falls for her instantly. This is the turning point of his life.