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Top science fiction movies
Midnight in Paris
Questions about the nature, composition, and impact of supposed parallel worlds have been the starting point of many works of art whose creators portray these factors as their own, taking them as their setting of events and as means of communicating their implied messages. The following is a series of multi-category films based on the idea of multiple worlds or an alternative reality.
The film Midnight in Paris is about Gale, who travels with his fiancee to Paris for recreation, but their relationship is quickly strayed by differences in character and divergence of interest, while Gale is surprised to be mysteriously moving at midnight into an alternate reality, Paris in the 1920s, where he meets many cultural and artistic figures and events escalate.
The 2011 film Midnight in Paris, directed and written by Woody Allen, won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and won three other Academy Award nominations, including its Academy Award for Best Picture nomination, with cast members Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, and Kurt Fuller.
Coherence's film combines horror with global fiction, set in a thrill of eight friends meeting for a dinner party, coinciding with a comet passing through the sky, and a series of strange physical phenomena begin to occur, and they are surprised by the fact that there are parallel universes, and then events unfold, caught in a series of unexpected conflicts
Coherence premiered in August 2004 and received positive reviews and relatively high ratings on major film vents, directed by James Ward Burkett, who wrote the story and co-wrote the screenplay, while the cast included Emily Baldony, Murray Starling, and Nicholas Brendon.
Sliding Doors is set in the British capital, London, where Helen lives abruptly complicated by being fired, and, on her return, something strange happens beyond expectations, with time slipping back a little and redoing a double life with two completely different timelines in which she experiences completely different events and swings.
The comedy film Sliding Doors, released in mid-1998 and scoring medium to high critical ratings, was written and directed by Peter Hoyt and starred Gwyneth Paltro, John Hannah, and John Lynch.
Avengers: Endgame completes Avengers: Infinity War, where the team of heroes tries to come together and deal with the disastrous consequences of their big battle against Thanos' army, but changes abruptly when they find a way to reverse the situation, and then changes to the past, altering some events and creating an alternate world or timeline known as "the time frames".
The 2019 film Avengers: Endgame - an introduction to multiple worlds and parallel universes likely to be the focus of the next stage of the Marvel Film Universe (MCU), directed by Anthony and Joey Russo, starred the entire Marvel Universe film stars with Robert Dawney Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johanson, and Mark Ravello.
Another Earth is about an ambitious girl, Roda Williams, who is led to contribute to the discovery of a planet similar to ours, but one evening the wife and son of musician John Burrows is killed in a car accident and her entire life collapses.
But after serving her prison sentence, she begins to explore how to use her scientific discovery - the other Earth - to get rid of the guilt complex.
The family man
The Family Man recounts the story of Jack Campbell, a businessman who has sacrificed everything - including his emotional relationship - in order to achieve his career aspirations. Indeed, he is able to make a fortune and become a prestige investor in the United States. One day, however, he wakes up living a completely different life.
He married his girlfriend and they had two children, but he works as a simple salesperson, but he finds it difficult to accept the fait accompli and struggles to regain his wealth and his original life!
The 2000 film The Family Man, a combination of comedy, fantasy, and drama, was directed by Brett Ratner and starred as Nicholas Cage, Thea Leonie, Don Shiddle, and Jeremy Bevin.
And there are still a lot of movies to be shown soon that are interested in the issue of different parallel worlds, and they are also of interest to scientists, and they have a theory that they really believe in, and that list is about the best movies that I have on this from my point of view.