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Global Top Ten Alien Movies Ranking   chatgpt   2023-07-15  

I believe everyone will have watched movies about aliens. What is the best alien movie you have seen? What is the most classic alien movie in my mind? The editor has listed the top ten alien movies for everyone, including E.T. Aliens, Avatar, the Fifth Element, Man in Black, Martian playing around the earth, and so on. These classic and good looking alien movies will certainly be familiar to everyone. Which one do you like best?

1. Alien E.T

Alien E.T. is a science fiction family movie directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Melissa Matheson, starring Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Robert McNafton, etc. The film tells the story of a young boy named Elliot who establishes a pure friendship with aliens. The film was released on June 11, 1982 and was remade and re released in 2002. An alien was accidentally left on Earth by his companions, but when he was lonely and helpless, he was fortunate enough to be discovered by the kind-hearted little Elliot. He secretly took the alien away from his mother and named it E.T. Although they cannot communicate verbally, they have established emotional connections that can overcome all external obstacles.

2. Avatar

Avatar is a science fiction film directed by James Cameron, produced by 20th Century Fox, starring Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña and Sigourney Weaver. It was released in North America in 2D, 3D and IMAX-3D formats on December 16, 2009. The film mainly tells that human beings wear the body of Avatar and fly to the distant planet Pandora to exploit resources. After being injured, former Navy Jack, who used a wheelchair instead of walking, voluntarily accepted the experiment and came to Pandora with his avatar. After meeting the local Na'vi princess Neytini, Jack is caught in a dilemma in a war between humans and Pandora's soldiers and civilians.

3. The Fifth Element

The film The Fifth Element is a science fiction film produced by Columbia Pictures in 1997, directed by Luc Besson, and co starred by Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm and Milla Jovovich. The film was released in the United States on May 7, 1997. The movie story takes place in the future of New York in 2259, where an evil force in the universe wants to rule Earth and humanity faces an irreversible dark world. The extraterrestrial forces of kindness foresaw the arrival of this day and have been keeping an eye on the development of the situation, but their "fifth element" sent to Earth to save humanity and the universe was shot down by evil forces. Humans restored the 'Fifth Element' and sent former agent Cobain, who appeared as a New York taxi driver, to assist, ultimately destroying the evil forces and saving humanity.

4. 'The Man in Black'

The Man in Black is a science fiction comedy film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld in 1997, adapted from Lowell Cunningham's comic book of the same name, starring Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Linda Francino and Vincent D'Onofrio. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on July 2, 1997. The story of the film takes place in the future era, where a large number of extraterrestrial beings seek refuge on Earth due to the constant chaos of space warfare. As a special police officer dedicated to dealing with aliens, the Black clad Man is committed to preventing the secret invasion and destruction plans of evil aliens towards Earth.

5. Martian Play Around the Earth

Martian Playing the Earth is a science fiction film produced by Warner Bros., directed by Tim Burton, and co starred by Jack Nicholson, Pierce Brosnan, Rod Steiger, Sarah Jessica Parker, etc. The film was released in the United States on December 13, 1996. The film tells the story of how, due to translation errors, Earthlings treat invading aliens as peace messengers and end up being killed or destroyed. The strange appearance of Martian is weird and comic. The process of human confrontation with Martian is sometimes frustrating and sometimes laughable. The regular army was vulnerable, but it was two boys playing space video games who really fought against Martian.

6. Aliens

Aliens "is a science fiction horror film directed by Raleigh Scott that was released in 1979, starring Tom Skerritt and Cherie Weaver. The interstellar ship "Nosimo" is a large commercial transport ship carrying seven crew members. It is returning to Earth with a large amount of ore. The crew members who were in a dormant state midway were awakened by the main computer. Originally, the spacecraft received a set of signals, and according to the instructions received, they had to change their navigation, investigate the cause of the incident, and take appropriate rescue activities. The team members sent to the ground discovered the wreckage of a ship, and the crew had already died, becoming fossils. But many large round balls resembling insect eggs were found in the bottom cabin, protected by a layer of radiation and seemingly alive.

7. World War

The film 'World War' is directed by renowned American director Steven Spielberg and co stars Dakota Fanning, Tom Cruise, Tim Robbins, and Morgan Freeman. The film was released in North America on June 29, 2005. In the movie, Tom Cruise and child star Dakota Fanning play a father and daughter, telling the story of Tom Cruise's Ray Ferry as a lazy father. When aliens invade Earth, Ray Ferry takes on his father's responsibility to help his daughter Rachel Ferry survive in a desperate situation. When the film was filmed in New Jersey, local residents lined up to ask Tom Cruise for his signature. Cruise's request was that people should not push and he would immediately stop if he violated this rule. As a result, when a woman pushed in the queue, Cruise immediately got up and left.

8. The Pacific Rim

The Pacific Rim is a science fiction film directed by Gilmore Del Toro, starring Charlie Hannam, Rinko Kikuchi, Idris Elba, Ron Perlman, etc. It was released in the United States on July 12, 2013. The film mainly tells the story of humans developing tall robot warriors to resist the attacks of monsters and confront them.

9. Independence Day

Independence Day is a science fiction film released in the United States in 1996, directed by Roland Emmerich and co starred by Will Smith, Bill Pullman and Jeff Goldblum. It was released in the United States on July 3, 1996. The film mainly tells about a huge alien mother ship entering the earth orbit, and releasing more than 30 small ships into the Atmosphere of Earth, staying over several major cities in the world, causing panic. The United States President collaborates with leaders from various countries to discuss solutions, and scientists and Marine Aviation Captain Stephen Hill collaborate to fight for the fate of humanity, thereby preventing extraterrestrial invasion and defending the story of Earth.

10. "Tomorrow's Edge"

"Tomorrow's Edge" is a science fiction action movie directed by Doug Riemann, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Bronte, adapted from Sakurazaka's Japanese light novel "All You Need Is Kil" written in 2004. Tomorrow's Edge was released simultaneously between China and the United States on the early morning of June 6, 2014. The film is set against the backdrop of mysterious extraterrestrial creatures attacking Earth. Major Bill Cage made a tragic sacrifice on the battlefield upon his first appearance, but he regained his life due to some unknown reason. In the cycle of life and death, Bill became more and more aware of the method of defeating the enemy, and ultimately achieved victory.

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