10 Sci-Fi Movies on Netflix Canada That Will Blow Your Mind

Oblivion (2013)

Tom Cruise has starred in no less than four sci-fi epics since 2000, and Oblivion is by far the most beautiful—and the most underrated—of the bunch. 

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Source Code (2011)

The pulse-pounding sophomore feature from Duncan Jones (Moon) follows Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal), a U.S. army pilot who wakes up on a Chicago commuter train—in the body of another man.

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The Invisible Man (2020)

One night, Cecilia Klass (Elisabeth Moss) completes a daring escape from the compound of her boyfriend, Adrian Griffin, a wealthy but violent and manipulative scientist.

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Don’t Look Up (2021)

When two astronomers (Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio) discover that a comet is on a collision course for Earth, their grave findings are greeted with…indifference, jeers and opportunism.

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Pacific Rim (2013)

When a portal opens at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, bringing with it droves of monstrous alien creatures called Kaiju, the Earth's nations unite to avoid extinction.

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Edge of Tomorrow (2014)

Like Groundhog Day but with more explosions, this shoot-‘em-up stars Tom Cruise as U.S. Army Major William Cage, a public relations officer in France who is thrown into a never-ending battle against aliens after getting stuck in a time loop.

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Sorry to Bother You (2018)

Horse/man hybrids, union-busting mega-corps, cultish worship of CEOs, and the primacy of the all-powerful meme

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High Life (2018)

Devotees of French filmmaker Claire Denis know that regardless of what genre the French auteur decides to work in, audiences should expect elements of horror and gore.

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Snowpiercer (2013)

South Korean master Bong Joon-ho’s first English-language film transports viewers to Snowball Earth, a post-climate-collapse society where the few remaining humans subsist on a train that perpetually circles the globe.

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Mother/Android (2021)

Following the familiar trope in which the machines revolt against their human masters, Mother/Android sees our robot friends develop a will of their own, turning smartphones into incendiary devices and androids into attackers.

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