Can you name the sci-fi smash from the poster?

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Science fiction is where all of our aspirations and fears meet, where humankind's vision of the future is trumped only by humankind's folly.

So, how big of a sci-fi fan are you, anyway? Do you know your robot movies from your alien movies?

We've gone to great lengths to obscure the titles of these ten great sci-fi movies so that you can guess what they're named. Give it a shot, and share your score and thoughts in the comment section below!

  1. We're going chronologically. This one is from 1954.
  2. Here's a classic from '56. What's it called?
  3. 1956 must've been a good year. What's this movie titled?
  4. If we jump two years to '58, can you tell us what this movie is called?
  5. 1968 saw the release of this movie, titled _________________
  6. Can you name this 1970 sequel?
  7. Name this sci-fi flick from 1976, please!
  8. 1985 saw this release of this movie, which has what for a title?
  9. In 1987, we saw Schwarzenegger in this sci-fi movie, but what's the name?
  10. For our final question, a sci-fi movie that is just as good as a satire. What's the name?

Can you name the sci-fi smash from the poster?

Your Result...

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LibraBaby0921 1 month ago
9 out of 10; better than I expected.
Snickers 2 months ago
10/10 About as easy as they come for a true sci-fi fan.
Dave62 3 months ago
Just missed one. I shouldn't miss the one on the planet of the apes.
BenSobeleone 3 months ago
I've seen Beneath the Planet of the Apes on the CBS Friday Night Movie back in the 1970s. James Franciscus read the script for the movie. He didn't like his dialogue so with permission he wrote his own dialogue to make his character more interesting. He was also a writer.
BorisK 3 months ago
10/10 I was 9 when my grandfather took my older brother and me to The Hollywood Pacific Theater to see 2001: A Space Odyssey. We sat front row in the balcony. I then (and still do) thought the 1/2 hour opening ape sequence was far too lengthy but was wowed by the rest of the movie. Pretty amazing. Most of all -- the poster was killer.
BuckeyeBeth 3 months ago
Sci-Fi movie quiz? Hell yeah! I’m a massive Sci-Fi nerd!

Oh wait. Pre-70s stuff? Not so sure now. Oh well, let’s give it a try.

10/10 I’m a bigger Sci-Fi nerd than I thought 🤣

As others have said, if you want to make it harder you need to blur out the names of the bottoms of the movie posters. I would have gotten #8 correct just from the actors names but the title of the film made it extra easy. Great quiz though MeTV Staff!
Lacey 3 months ago
9/10 I missed the Arnold one as I thought about it too hard.
BenSobeleone Lacey 3 months ago
"Get to da choppa!"
Moverfan Lacey 3 months ago
Well, I thought it was Total Recall, so don't feel too bad.
Cheddar8 3 months ago
9/10 Got Arnold's picture wrong
AlbertHanson 3 months ago
10/10. One of the easy quizzes.
barrier 3 months ago
10/10. Number 3 is my favorite sci-fi of all time!
SteveMcnary 3 months ago
9/10 Just forgot which Planet Of The Apes movie was which.
Mcharney0 3 months ago
#7 & #10 have the name of the movie written at the bottom of them along with the credits!
mugens 3 months ago
Way too easy, at least to me. 10 out of 10.
LeeHarper 3 months ago
Way to go! The future will be lucky to have you!

Moverfan LeeHarper 1 month ago
And may the Schwartz be with you, too, Dark Helmet...
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