Movies tend to combine different genres, mainly because it helps them to be more complex, to play with the assumptions of the viewer, and often to turn them against them. Even though movies belonging to a single genre can still perform, and always do, true fun happens when you make an elegant combination of two or more genres. Sci-fi comedies are but one example of this.
They take comedic elements and put them (or the other way around) into a science-fiction world. There are a lot of science-fiction comedies online, but the next 10 are some of the best and you should give them a try.
1. Thor Ragnarok
Thor arrives back with a boom, wakes up in the chains, and is tackled by Surtur. This is a scene that’s enough to get the film worked up. It’s the third film in the Thor trio that isn’t set in Asgard or Earth, rather than space. Thor struggles against his elder sister Hela, who wants to govern Asgard and then the entire universe with the aid of his brother Loki, Hulk, and Valkyrie.
The Immigrant Song by Led Zeplin is sure to give you some chills in the final battle between Team Thor and Hela. You will certainly watch it again.Thor: Ragnarok has a lot to do with the rest of the cast, particularly because it features none other than the glorious Cate Blanchett, who manages to dominate the entire screen at every time she appears.
2. Guardians of the Galaxy
It is the first MCU film set in space and other worlds, rather than earth, as the base of the storyline. It features a bunch of crocks rocket, star lord, Gamora and Groot. The main antagonist of this film is Ronan, the accuser who is a kree and serves Thanos as the big bad guy of the entire MCU; the film is the space jewel of the MCU, the comic chops are on par with the plot. The soundtrack and the music is also a bonus for this film; you’re going to be hooked on a sensation.
When it was published in 2014, very few would have thought that the Guardians of the Galaxy would be a big hit, particularly because it seemed very tangential to the rest of the MCU.
Very soon, though, it became obvious that the artistic team caught electricity in a glass, and the film was a tremendous success. It manages to be both entertaining and amusing at the same time, with lots of fantastic shows, and it’s a reminder of how amazing the MCU can be.
Typically, as aliens appear in movies, they are a source of dread and paranoia, a manner in which society can work through the prejudices of others. In a film like this, though, this is certainly not the case, since the title character is an alien who just doesn’t appear to be very threatening.
Given that the comedy stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, with Seth Rogen supplying Paul’s voice, it’s no wonder that this is a genius science fiction parody.
Paul is one of those performers who manage to excel in whatever sort of film he happens to be. Although he definitely excels in satire, he still has a dramatic side that can be used to the fullest effect.
Both are on view in Ant-Man, one of the many films that make up the MCU. There’s no doubt that SAVE is the right guy to play the reluctant hero in this film, and he owns the role from the beginning of the film to the final scene.
Ant-Man is a character who can be shrunk to the size of the ant. Paul Sturdy stars as an ant man in movies, he’s had his ups and downs in the film, but he’s got a decent start on the audience, and the story ends in a good and happy way. This is the first incarnation of Ant-Man on the big screen, and the film stars Michael Douglas as Hank Pym.
5. Back To The Future
Until Futurama and Rick and Morty, there was the Return to the Future trilogy, which remains one of the greatest science-fiction comedies of all time. Both of the preceding examples are extensively taken from this masterpiece by Robert Zemeckis. The film story, I can’t share because it would be kind of secrets, but the idea is that the normal teenager is traveling back in time with the aid of his scientist pal. We can see the happiest side of the dire consequences contained in the time-travel paradoxes of this film sequence.
6. The World’s End
Given that Nick Frost and Simon Pegg are two of the funniest men in British cinema, it’s not shocking that another of their films will be on this list, in this case, The World’s End. To no one’s dismay, the two actors once again have to deal with some kind of cataclysmic case, this time an invasion by aliens. As is always the case when these two are involved, there are funny hijinks, and the film is a blast from the beginning to the end.
7. The History of Future Folk
This parody directed by J is boldly low in budget and almost as boldly absurd. Anderson Mitchell and Jeremy Kipp Walker tell us what happened when General Trius from Nils d’Aulaire came to the Earth in search of a new home for his creatures, a man on his way to a devastating collision with a comet.
His goal was to destroy the earthlings and take over the world, but when he heard music, something obscure to Hondo, he became a lover of the earth as well as a banjo player. Kevin (Jay Klaitz), sent from Hondo to take over the mission of the general, is similarly captivated by the music, and he and the general, playing in their spacesuits, win over the New York club scene and save both worlds.
Strange sea monsters are not the only enemies you will battle in science-fiction comedies. Zombies are a common choice for a multitude of reasons, but they typically feature in horrors, not in science-fiction comedies. Zombieland is an exception to this law, and what an exception! In case you don’t know the story, it’s about a group of zombie apocalypse survivors who join forces and move to the United States.
character is entirely different, which means a lot of fun, even more so when you add zombies into the mix. Both films are worth seeing, the first was released in 2009 and the second ten years after.