Three spectacular sci-fi movies of the best kind.
In the mid-21st century, the nations of a dying Earth look starward for a solution and set out to colonize Mars. But something no one could have expected awaits. Houston, we have big trouble. Val Kilmer, Carrie-Anne Moss and Tom Sizemore star in this taut adventure about humankind's first mission to the mysterious Red Planet. Also on the mission is the multifunctional robo-assistant AMEE. In one mode, she's a as loyal as a puppy. But a malfunction has locked her into a far different mode: a killing machine bent on destroying the crew. Yet that's not the end of the expedition's perils. Because Mars may be barren, but it's not uninhabited.
2010: The Year We Make Contact
A new time, a new odyssey, a new chance to confront the enigmas arising from the daring Jupiter mission of the year 2001. Crew members aboard the Leonov are on course to rendezvous with the sill-orbiting Discovery. And that their fate will rest on the silicon shoulders of the computer they reawaken, HAL-9000. Based on Arthur C. Clarke's sequel novel to 2001: A Space Odyssey, director Peter Hyams' spellbinder - nominated for five Academy Awards - stars Roy Scheider, John Lithgow, Oscar winner Helen Mirren, Bob Balaban and Keir Dullea.
The profoundly exciting adventure of the day we make contact with life beyond Earth, Contact connects with a dazzling visual sweep that extends to the outer reaches of space and the imagination. Jodie Foster is an astronomer, a women of science. Matthew McConaughey is a religious scholar, a man of faith. They're opposite ends of the spectrum - and sudden players on the word stage as the countdown to humankind's greatest journey begins.