Sci-Fi for the weekend – Informative Codex

The upcoming release of the fourth Matrix movie sparked interest in science fiction among millions of people. Códice Informativo puts at your disposal some of the platforms where you can rediscover your favorite sagas

Following the announcement of the premiere of the fourth Matrix film, in December of this year, we recall some of the most iconic sagas of movies to marathon this weekend.

Let’s start, of course with the Matrix, today’s cinema owes a lot to sisters Lana and Lily Wachowski, who released this film in 1999. The film starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Ann Moss revolutionized the genre of science fiction, action and cinema in general. The triad of these films is available in full on Netflix.

Science fiction has left us some of the greatest gems of cinema, which have been a watershed in the creation of worlds that inspired an entire generation such as Return to the future, whose sequels can be seen by streaming on the following platforms:

Return to the future, on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and HBO
Back to the future 2, on Netflix and HBO
Back to the future 3, on Amazon Prime Video and HBO

Another classic film is Terminator, an original film produced by Hemdale Film Corporation and distributed by Orion Pictures. In it Schwarzenegger plays the Terminator, a murderous cyborg sent through time from 2029 to 1984 to assassinate Sarah Connor, played by Linda Hamilton. Its sequels and spin-offs can be seen on the following platforms.

‘Terminator’ and Filmin
Terminator 2: the final judgment ‘on Amazon Prime Video and Netflix
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines’ on StarzPlay
Terminator Salvation and StarzPlay
‘Terminator Genesis’ on Amazon Prime Video and HBO
Terminator: Dark Fate in Movistar +

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Alien, the sci-fi saga par excellence, tells the story of Lieutenant Ellen Ripley, starring Sigourney Weaver and her fight against an alien life form, known simply as “the alien” or xenomorph. The series began in 1979 with the 20th Century Fox film Alien, the eighth passenger and from this there were three sequels and two prequels, which you can find in

‘Alien. The Eighth Passenger ‘on Disney +, HBO, and Amazon Prime Video
‘Aliens’ on Disney + and HBO
‘Alien 3’ on Disney + and HBO
‘Alien: Resurrection’ on Disney + and HBO
‘Prometheus’ on Amazon Prime Video and HBO
‘Alien: Covenant’ on Rakuten TV

Jurassic Park, directed by Steven Spielberg was released in 1993. Its plot is based on the homonymous book by Michael Crichton and tells the experiences of a group of people in an amusement park with cloned dinosaurs, created by a billionaire philanthropist and a team of Scientists, however, living with dinosaurs may not have the best result.

‘Jurassic Park’ on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Movistar +
‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video
‘Jurassic Park III’ on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video

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