The best 2022 science fiction movies give a glimpse into possible futures. The Pink Cloud was written and filmed before the pandemic so it hits close to home as an anxiety driven sci-fi thriller. There are also 2022 sci-fi films like Bigbug from Jean-Pierre Jeunet that serves as a cautionary tale about our reliance on technology and robots. The Adam Project boasts an all-star cast and is streaming straight to Netflix. More than than that, they're really cool and some of these upcoming 2022 sci-fi films could even be considered great science fiction films. But which one is the best of this year? You get to help decide with your votes.
Vote up the the 2022 science fiction movies that got you thinking about future possibilities, life beyond our planet, or what it's like to time travel and meet your past self. Be sure to check back for new science fiction movies as they are released this year.
With a feature debut like Swiss Army Man you know the Daniels are going to give us something unexpected and incredibly entertaining. While Awkwafina didn't make the final cut due to scheduling conflicts, the cast still boasts Michelle Yeoh, Jenny Slate, and Jamie Lee Curtis, you know there are going to be some comical moments as well as incredible fight scenes.
You'll get an unexpected tug at the heart strings in this sci-fi action film. Shawn Levy teams up once again with Ryan Reynolds in a hilarious and explosion packed adventure flick. Don't skip this one if, especially if you have a Netflix subscription.
Jordan Peele is back with another horror hit with the sci-fi western Nope. Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer play siblings and owners of Haywood Hollywood Horses and ranch, who notice mysterious happenings on their land. This genre-bending spectacle is sure to get your heart pumping and you jumping out of your seat.
The Pink Cloud
This sci-fi thriller mirrors the pandemic more than was previously intended when it started filming. While it seems more plausible than ever, thankfully The Pink Cloud in the film remains purely science fiction.
Roland Emmerich returns to form with this sci-fi disaster film that has us remembering his past films such 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow. This time it's up to Halley Berry, Patrick Wilson, and John Bradley to save the world, if it's even possible. Get ready to go on a moon-sized adventure, that's out of the this world.