underrated, unknown and forgotten Sci-Fi movies by christian-hennemann-762-561521 | created - 25 Jul 2016 | updated - 25 Sep 2019 | Public Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc It's all in their heads, of course, but their joint dedication to Terabithia is absolutely infectious, and it's brought to life brilliantly by Peter Jackson's Weta Digital. is just as impressive in terms of its visuals, set design, and music (the original Tangerine Dream soundtrack) as those aforementioned films, but hasn’t gotten the same attention. Ladyhawke (1985, Richard Donner) The most maligned 80s Fantasy film on this list is almost certainly Ladyhawke. Or sometimes it does well at first but slips from memory as the years tick by, something that seems to happen all too often with the fantasy genre. While he would go on to make many famous fantasy films, this one, which was his first work in color, somehow gets left out. 1. In fact, “Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within” was the first film ever to do so. Douglas Menville served as editor, and Robert Reginald as associate editor. That means it relies on cliches more often and relies on William’s manic performance to pull it through. Yvaine is in great danger, for the king’s sons need her powers to secure the throne, and an evil witch (Michelle Pfeiffer) wants to use her to achieve eternal youth and beauty. In return for his previous help with the cyclops on Colossa, Sokurah demands that Sinbad retrieve a lamp he lost on the island. | 2nd Opinion Podcast... Sony Pulls Cyberpunk 2077 from PlayStation Store, Offers Full Refunds, Back 4 Blood Gameplay Revealed, Closed Alpha Begins Today. 5. An adaptation of the Road Dahl novel, brought to life with Jim Henson-engineered puppets and an unforgettable performance from Angelica Houston. The Stars: Marc Singer, Tanya Roberts, Rip Torn, John Amos. Director Matthew Vaughn, Robert DeNiro, Claire Daines, Charlie Cox, Michelle Pfiffer, Sienna Miller, Vaughn showed us his creative genius in his, movies, and this one is a precursor to that type of tongue-in-cheek zany entertainment. It's hardly a groundbreaking setup, so how come Seventh Son bounced back? 5. The former Monty Python man went on to establish himself as a visionary director with films like Time Bandits, Brazil, Twelve Monkeys, and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, but before any of those, he made a film loosely inspired by Lewis Carroll's poem Jabberwocky. Others haven’t met the potential their creative clout deserves. Managing editor. Thanks to VOD and streaming services it’s easier than ever to access these forgotten gems, and you really should. Why it Deserves Better: Read that plot synopsis. But more than just being a fantasy film, this one has real world implications – which doesn’t happen enough in the genre. From must-see late '70s debuts that nobody ever talks about to the 2014 flick that recently found a new lease on life, these are the forgotten fantasy movies you should go back and watch. Perhaps best known for her sci-fi series Legend, Marie Lu is every bit as masterful in this standalone fantasy novel, which centers a real-life woman forgotten to history: Nannerl, the older sister of Amadeus Mozart. But as the water horse grows larger, eventually becoming the fabled Loch Ness monster, Angus must protect his friend from those who would want to do it harm. Much to everyone's surprise, Sergei Bodrov's film popped up in Netflix's top ten most-viewed movies section in August 2020. However, Max soon finds that being king is not easy and that, even being with the Wild Things, there is something missing. By the time the 1980s rolled around, Disney was in a slump. "I couldn't face another overexposed, 'grown-up' superhero tale, so I ended up seeing a kids' movie which could be the year's most underrated film," The Guardian's Peter Lyle said in his glowing Bridge to Terabithia review. is one of their best. 20 Coolest '80s Fantasy Films. The 2000s were a decade when medium and small-budgeted movies could do big business before being forgotten… Gilliam is a director who does his own thing, and what results are often wild films. “Dinosaur” This is the type of crowd-pleasing, enjoyable film you would expect to be showing on reruns of cable TV, but isn’t. The film broke even but, regarded as an oddity, has been largely forgotten. It is one of the most imaginative and interestingly made films I have ever seen. As he’s about to hit rock bottom, Lucas meets a homeless man named Parry (Robin Williams), whose wife was killed by the caller Lucas pushed to the brink. "It was a huge set with a sea, waves, the streets, the canal — it looked amazing. The director earned praise from fans of the source material (it stays true to the "core of Howard's original character," Fanboys of the Universe said), but what really makes Solomon Kane worthy of reconsideration is the leading man's performance. Gilliam was keen to distance this film from his previous work, but execs wouldn't listen. The first day we got lost in the set, it was so big; it was unique. Why it Remains Obscure: Until Blade Runner’s story became appreciated for being ahead of its time, Legend was written off (and is still being written off) by critics and audiences for the same reason – being a visually stunning, yet boring and shallow film. The Stars: Directors Marc Caro and Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Ron Perlman, Dominique Pinon. Some of the acting is wooden and much of the lore isn't elaborated upon. What about The Neverending Story, Labyrinth, Legend, or the family favorite The Dark Crystal. 25 Mostly Forgotten Number 1 Movies from the 2000s. The production design and costumes in this film are simply amazing, and the script is heat-felt and inspirational. As a result, the film’s intended audience isn’t well defined, which I think dilutes what it accomplishes. The Brit was reportedly furious when he found out it was being marketed as Monty Python's Jabberwocky in the States, and he was vindicated when it ended up doing better in places where Monty Python remained largely unknown. Ask Question Asked today. Active today. Mentally scarred by his loss, Parry spends his days searching for the Holy Grail. As a result, the film’s intended audience isn’t well defined, which I think dilutes what it accomplishes. Of course, you remember iconic '80s movies such as The Breakfast Club, Top Gun, and Back to the Future.But what other films have you forgotten? The City of Lost Children is the perfect fantasy film for steampunk fans. An unnamed Dungeons & Dragons movie is currently in planning and rumored to be set in the Forgotten Realms. And so today the script feels just as uninspired as it did back in 1985. Why it Remains Obscure: Because it is a fantasy movie. 1 Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals (1994) 2 Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) 3 Final Fantasy: Unlimited (2001) 4 Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (2005) 5 Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Complete (Extended Version of Advent Children) (2005) Hitting cineplexes the year after The Empire Strikes Back, Dragonslayer was hastily dismissed as a Star Wars rip-off, and it's easy to see why. They have several creative, but strange films which have become cult hits here in the US, and The City of Lost Children is one of their best. Eventually, the owners began to branch out to television, soundtracks, books and final fantasy movies. When you think of heart warming family fantasy films, few can match this one. With their wild … There have been exceptions (Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, maybe Pirates of the Caribbean, even Shrek) but the genre has yet to have its Star Wars moment – a moment which changed the commercial potential of the genre to be more sustainable (for the purposes of this discussion, I am considering science fiction as separate from fantasy films). The Plot: Sailing to Baghdad after a narrow escape from the monster island of Colossa, the wedding plans of legendary hero Sinbad (Kerwin Mathews) and Princess Parisa (Kathryn Grant) are spoiled by the scheming sorcerer Sokurah (Torin Thatcher). What Tristan finds, however, is not a chunk of space rock, but a woman (Claire Danes) named Yvaine. However, not every fantasy film becomes ingrained in the pop culture. Really, that is the trick with this film. It’s just a weird movie. The film follows Arthurian legend so closely that the final result was simply too dense for some, but for fantasy fans, it's an absolute must-see. Fantasy is still very much the weird genre – full of quaint characters, wild creatures, and strange settings. Why it Deserves Better: An adaptation of the Road Dahl novel, brought to life with Jim Henson-engineered puppets and an unforgettable performance from Angelica Houston. Adventure-Fantasy Films 1970 to 1996 by al_moozaayaaf | created - 28 Nov 2010 | updated - 29 Nov 2010 | Public my search for Adventure-Fantasy 70's and 80's + early 90's PS : these list is made for me all these film are film i want to see or try , film i saw is not here Why it Remains Obscure: The low budget and silly nature of the film certainly have not helped it to be taken seriously by people who did not grow up with it. Part of the problem is that even though the special effects are good, the story is pretty much as you would expect. Most of the movies listed here are photo-realistic computer animated. The low budget and silly nature of the film certainly have not helped it to be taken seriously by people who did not grow up with it. As a result, the film has kind of been lost in the middle (in several regards), where few have been able to find it. Mentally scarred by his loss, Parry spends his days searching for the Holy Grail. What Should You Buy? The commercial failure of 1982's Blade Runner baffled Rutger Hauer, who delivered a career-defining performance as the leader of the renegade Nexus-6 replicants, Roy Batty. Director Spike Jonze, James Ganolfini, Catherine O’Hara, Catherine Keener, Mark Ruffalo, Forest Whitaker, Spike Jonze found a lot of success with his latest film, 2013’s. The film has become "a kind of missing link between the Monty Python movies and Terry Gilliam's solo efforts," according to IndieWire, which called Jabberwocky one of the most underrated films ever. Laputa: Castle in the Sky is a sweeping movie set to a gorgeous score by Miyazaki's go-to composer, Joe Hisaishi, and the animation is simply breathtaking at times. It has a great cast, an inspired direction. Why it Deserves Better: Spike Jonze found a lot of success with his latest film, 2013’s Her, and his 1999 film, Being John Malkovich is also a fairly popular and very fun fantasy. Why it Remains Obscure: I think the biggest problem with the film is that it was based on a children’s book that deals with some pretty heavy emotions. Among all of the major genres in film, the fantasy genre is perhaps the one which has had the least amount of mainstream success. And some of those titles are likely to be featured in this post: Forgotten fantasy films from the 1990s. The result is a true spectacle, but sadly, it never got the recognition it deserved. The film revolves around three siblings who turn to an astronaut (Dax Shepard) for help after the titular board game transports their house to outer space. If you grew up in the 1980s, you probably noticed a bit of a movie trend. "It's rarely discussed even among fans of both, or either." Quite possibly his best. Why it Remains Obscure: This film has the same problem as Where the Wild Things Are. Hauer was proud of his turn as Etienne Navarre, a hunted knight who's been cursed by a jealous bishop — Navarre turns into a wolf by night, while his true love, Isabeau of Anjou (Michelle Pfeiffer), transforms into a hawk during the day, keeping them together yet always apart. The Grand High Witch (Anjelica Huston) reveals a plan to turn all children into mice through a magical formula. Anyone know the name? It doesn’t have the same type of appeal. Many of the best sci-fi movies in recent years are those that also unfortunately had the lowest turnout in theaters. The film kind of feels like a generic fantasy story. The boy’s father, One (Ron Perlman), the hulking strongman of a traveling circus, and his precocious 9-year-old friend, Miette (Judith Vittet), join forces to defeat Krank’s minions and save Denree. The Sinbad trilogy is a criminally underseen set of classic adventure movies. As a kid growing up in the era, it had everything you would want from a movie. puts some constraints on Gilliam, so it isn’t quite as creative as his other work. Director Nicholas Roeg, Anjelica Houston, Rowan Atkinson. The film has a strong cast, a very imaginative story, and is a thrilling adventure – the latter two attributes are not seen enough these days. They can also be hard to find if they are not considered a classic. Part of the problem is that even though the special effects are good, the story is pretty much as you would expect. 5. As essentially an origin story for the Loch Ness monster, it doesn’t really score many points for creativity or widespread appeal. While the boy tries to keep its existence hidden from his mother (Emily Watson), he and his new pet, Crusoe, quickly become inseparable. As a result, the film has kind of been lost in the middle (in several regards), where few have been able to find it. "It found champions later, and has since become a cult oddity, hidden treasure in its creator's oddball career. With Rowan Atkinson involved, comedic hijinx ensues, and director Nicholas Roeg is no stranger to the weird and twisted. It is like a more serious version of. Like Red Riding Hood, Jordan strayed from the path and paid the price. Although I would consider it a cult classic, I don’t feel like it gets as much attention as it deserves. From Star Wars knock-offs to the forgotten sci-fi horror movies and the not-so forgotten sci-fi kids classics, including Starcrash, Space Raiders, the horrible Roger Corman movies, plus Vibes, Cherry 2000, Krull, and the list goes on! The film is fun, charming, and creative. It also doesn’t help that the film isn’t that well acted. Anyone know the name? Plus, cinematographer Alex Thomson received an Oscar nomination for his stunning work on the movie. Boorman's masterfully shot Arthurian fantasy was well-received at the time, but when it comes to King Arthur, people tend to talk about Monty Python and the Holy Grail, instead. To pass the time in hospital, the stricken stuntman tells her a story about her namesake, Alexander the Great, and we get to see the characters comes to life in her mind. From Star Wars to Blade Runner, the Eighties was a… ... At the end of the movie these two are pulled together by the magnetic power and they share an awful kiss in front of the whole school. Yvaine is in great danger, for the king’s sons need her powers to secure the throne, and an evil witch (Michelle Pfeiffer) wants to use her to achieve eternal youth and beauty. When they find that Luke has overheard, the witches test the formula on him. Ladyhawke (1985, Richard Donner) The most maligned 80s Fantasy film on this list is almost certainly Ladyhawke. The Plot: A terrible dragon is terrorizing the medieval land of Urland in the 6th century. Among all of the major genres in film, the fantasy genre is perhaps the one which has had the least amount of mainstream success. Road Dahl famously tried to prevent his name from being associated with the film since it resulted in something that was much different than the original source material. People who like Robert DeNiro’s best films aren’t necessarily the people who would want to see him in a fantasy movie. The lack of star power also hurts this film’s long term appeal. Forgotten Fantasy: Classics of Science Fiction and Fantasy was a short-lived American fantasy and science fiction magazine published by Nectar Press. On the shore of Loch Ness, Scotland, Angus (Alex Etel) finds an unusual egg. "Many people of my generation see the miners as a symbol; a dying breed of fighting men." Krank’s cadre of cloned henchmen (Dominique Pinon) snatch 5-year-old Denree (Joseph Lucien) to subject him to the horrific dream-retrieval process. The Plot: Prehistoric Dar (Marc Singer) uses ESP with animals to save a slave girl (Tanya Roberts) from a sorcerer (Rip Torn). From Star Wars to Blade Runner, the Eighties was a… Gilliam is a director who does his own thing, and what results are often wild films. When it comes to fantasy, some films tower above the rest. Remarkably, somebody at Columbia thought it would be a good idea to release Favreau's family fantasy on the exact same day as Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, which pulled in huge crowds and left Zathura fighting an uphill battle from the start. Pete's Dragon and Return from Witch Mountain didn't do big business, and The Black Hole failed to pull in the Star Wars crowd as planned. When it hatches, it releases an unexpected surprise: a water horse, the legendary creature from Scottish mythology. But as the water horse grows larger, eventually becoming the fabled Loch Ness monster, Angus must protect his friend from those who would want to do it harm. As always, Gilliam brings a clever wit to his script, and impressive visuals. To avoid old age, Krank has to harvest the dreams of children, all kidnapped at his behest from a nearby port by a cyborg cult. Strange films are bound to put off viewers, and so just getting people to see this film was going to be difficult from the beginning. Yet, there are numerous sci-fi and fantasy gems from the era that remain worth seeing. It doesn’t have the same type of appeal. Sheeta's amulet is the key to finding the lost floating city of Laputa, which is why the shady Colonel Muska (an on-form Mark Hamill) is in pursuit of the pair. They have several creative, but strange films which have become cult hits here in the US, and. Why it Deserves Better: This film is the film Ridley Scott made after directing Aliens, and Blade Runner. The films’ sequels also kind of doubled down on the approach and may have diluted what made the original so special. "I saw this very British, 17th-century swaggering swordsman, and I thought, 'Yeah, let's have a go at that,'" Purefoy told Den of Geek. ... At the end of the movie these two are pulled together by the magnetic power and they share an awful kiss in front of the whole school. All of these factors result in a film which is difficult to convert new viewers if you don’t appreciate it to begin with. But when Ulrich is killed, the task to confront the dragon falls to the wizard’s apprentice, Galen (Peter MacNicol), The Stars: Director/screenwriter Matthew Robbins, Peter MacNicol, cinematographer Derek Vanlit. . The fantasy genre is full of films which didn’t exactly strike a chord with audiences at first, but later became well-loved. 1 (Great) Highlander. The Fall moves seamlessly between fantasy and reality, making the movie feel like a dream—and, near the end, a nightmare. Unlike its predecessor, Zathura bombed and was quickly written off as a failure, but the figures only tell half the story. An unnamed Dungeons & Dragons movie is currently in planning and rumored to be set in the Forgotten Realms. Why it Remains Obscure: For a brief period in the 90’s, Gilliam was allowed to direct more studio fare, and this is the outcome of one of those attempts. That means it relies on cliches more often and relies on William’s manic performance to pull it through. Darkness (Tim Curry) seeks to create eternal night by destroying the last of the unicorns. From classic like 'King Kong' to groundbreaking masterpieces such as ‘Lord of the Rings’, we count down the 50 best fantasy movies ever made Miyazaki dreamed up the steampunk setting after a trip to Wales, where miner strikes were raging. Prehistoric Dar (Marc Singer) uses ESP with animals to save a slave girl (Tanya Roberts) from a sorcerer (Rip Torn). The work of Studio Ghibli co-founder Hayao Miyazaki is popular with fantasy fans the world over, but the Japanese animator's early films aren't nearly as well known in the West as they should be. Yet, there are numerous sci-fi and fantasy gems from the era that remain worth seeing. should be remembered as an innovator in that regard as well. Why it Remains Obscure: Tron was really the only live-action Disney film of this era to stand out, and this film was not a hit upon release. It plays homage to a classic folklore legend, while showcasing some good special effects. 4. Browse Movies : Released : NR : Fantasy - Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings • The Curse of Sleeping Beauty • The Wild Boys • Bright • Birdboy: The Forgotten Children • Ricky • Midnight's Children • Thale • S** and Zen 3D: Extreme Ecstasy • Animals hasn’t achieved the same level of modern notoriety. Why it Deserves Better: Vaughn showed us his creative genius in his Kingsmen movies, and this one is a precursor to that type of tongue-in-cheek zany entertainment. Probably one of the most forgotten Disney movies ever made, but probably one of the best. Series set in outer space exploded in the latter part of the decade, following in the rocket trail of Star Wars. Films like Tron or Black Hole come to mind as films pushing the boundaries of special effects available at the time. Both of those films have come to be major players in the science fiction genre and are huge influences on modern cinema. It’s like someone just did a database search for every movie arbitrarily tagged “fantasy”, and then grabbed the top 50 by rating… not an actual curated list. But. The practical effects were outstanding at the time (Guillermo del Toro told ComingSoon that the film's dragon, Vermithrax Pejorative, is "one of the most perfect creature designs ever made"), and they still hold up. 20 Great Movies Since 2000 That You Forgot Existed. As From the Front Row said, "The Fall is Tarsem's imagination unleashed, brilliantly original and gloriously imperfect, and the world is a better place for it. Jeff Martinez #1 is Krull . This film also strays from typical Disney fare by being dark, which is unexpected but welcome. Perhaps it was overshadowed by stiff competition, or maybe written off too soon after damaging early reviews. ", Forgotten fantasy movies you should go back and watch. This film is full of odd whimsy, it has its own perspective and pace which makes it a fun watch and makes it stand out in this genre. 20 Great Movies Since 2000 That You Forgot Existed. Boorman's film is exceedingly violent and deadly serious, leaning into the more uncomfortable parts of King Arthur's story. Legend is just as impressive in terms of its visuals, set design, and music (the original Tangerine Dream soundtrack) as those aforementioned films, but hasn’t gotten the same attention. The Stars: Director Spike Jonze, James Ganolfini, Catherine O’Hara, Catherine Keener, Mark Ruffalo, Forest Whitaker. Based on The Spook's Apprentice — the first in a long-running series of novels by Joseph Delaney — the film stars Jeff Bridges as monster hunter Master Gregory. The critical response has never matched the receipts, as this forgotten fantasy gem is Certified Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and is "a prime example of how misleading box office returns can be," according to Den of Geek, which revisited the film in 2018. This is the kind of family film about the connection between a boy and an animal we have seen many times before. But somehow, this film just doesn’t get mentioned in the same breath as those other two, despite being incredibly well made and being based on a popular kids book. Year of Release: 2003 Overall Rating: 3.4 out of 4 stars Language: English Genre: Adventure/Fantasy MPAA Rating: PG-13 Director: Peter Jackson Actors: Elijah Wood, Viggo Mortensen, Ian McKellen, Sean Astin Plot: Frodo and Sam try to destroy "the one ring" while the rest fight their way through battles to help Frodo and Sam. Jack (Tom Cruise) and his friends do everything possible to save the world and Princess Lili (Mia Sara) from the hands of Darkness. This film also strays from typical Disney fare by being dark, which is unexpected but welcome. Forgotten Sci-Fi and Fantasy TV shows and movie pilots by kbows71 | created - 12 Jan 2013 | updated - 23 Sep 2014 | Public Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc Final Fantasy began with a series of video games and was very successful as such. Movies from the 50’s are difficult to watch if you are used to modern spectacles. Listen, saying Tom Hardy is a great actor is the most unoriginal take ever. 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