Now that we live in the age of the algorithm, our tastes in TV, clothes, and even food decided for us by machines according to sample sets of data, we're constantly asking ourselves if it all really works. Can a machine really pick apart the nuances of the human consciousness and create a formula to flawlessly predict something as esoteric as personal preference? In the latest foreign-language Netflix original seriesthe French sci-fi drama Osmosishumans live in a future in which predictive technology is not only the norm, but actually trusted with matching a person with their one true soulmate.
When you think of the term "sci-fi," the next word to pop into your head probably isn't "sexy. However, I would argue that if you look a little deeper, you can see that they're not mutually exclusive. Sci-fi movies often place characters in dangerous or unfamiliar situations, leaving a lot of tension in the air.
Science fiction is a genre dedicated to taking risks and breaking new ground, and with filmmaking technology more advanced than it's been in the history of moviemaking, sci-fi films are getting bigger and more impressive every year. We saw some truly mind-blowing stuff infrom Annihilation to The Endless to Tom Hardy's Venomand it'll take some doing for to reach those heights. Summer blockbuster season has only just hit us, but we've already seen some great stuff this year.
For decades, rumors have swirled of a sequel, remake, or TV adaptation of the Aquarius-era stoner film about a stunning young woman who sleeps her way through the galaxy. In the aughts, Robert Rodriguez was attached to a remake that would have starred his then-girlfriend and muse, Rose McGowan. That never materialized, nor did a proposed TV adaptation whose pilot was to be directed by Nicolas Wending-Refn.
Science fiction has long encompassed every aspect of human experience — including sex. For as long as we've dreamed of going to space, we've dreamed of getting it on there. And porn has embraced science fiction as well — from 's softcore masterpiece Barbarella to the s cyberpunk boom to the recent craze for porn spoofs, there has always been science fiction porn.
Played by: Zachary Quinto Film: J. Need we say more? Played by: Jason Behr and Katherine Heigl Show: Roswell Forgetting their stone-cold looks, these royal twins had touch-based powers — many of which could be used as aphrodisiacs.
Isaac wants Gleeson to give his latest invention the Turing test — to determine whether or not she is indistinguishable from a human. Ex Machina is a smart, elegant thriller posing some juicy questions about artificial intelligence, consciousness and gender. This often enables the movie to raise pertinent points about consciousness and technology while also giving male viewers an eyeful of female flesh.
Sign in. Not Rated 82 min Action, Crime, Drama. Marking the 75th anniversary of his birth, Shotaro Ishinomori's classic spy heroine manga "" has been adapted into a live-action motion picture for the first time ever. Votes:
The Sexy Character: Living in a strange future that sort of looks like a fetish version of the sixties, Barbarella Jane Fonda jets off into space after being ordered to retrieve a doctor from a distant planet. And enjoys taking off said clobber in retro-soundtracked montages. Hottest Detail: Her tempter?
Those of us within the culture know that this view has shifted in recent years what with nerds being trendy now and all but it may help explain why sci-fi movies are filled with some of the most insane sex scenes in cinema history. The genre lends itself well to bizarre, pantless situations and the boundless technology amidst the background of space certainly makes one ponder how boring Earth-sex can be perverted to include werecats, virtual reality, and aliens that feed off pheromones. Total bummer. Werecats are also incestuous by nature, so sleeping with one of your siblings will actually not result in a metamorphsis.