If there could be only one then it'd be Star Wars. Then T2.Well if there can be only one...it would be back to the future, although highlander is sci-fi as well I guess and it is very good.
Also my runner up recommendations are barbarella psychedelia, and Flash! aaa aaaaaaaa Gordon.
I think 2005 is a bit late to fit into "early 90s".Nobody said Serenity yet? I'm taking ALL of you out of my will. (no great loss - hehe)
OK, I get that the movie is based on the Firefly series. But for those of you who've seen both and have a memory that rivals at least a fruit fly's (not me), can you appreciate Serenity w/o any knowledge of Firefly?
BTW, for any Joss Whedon fans, check out The Nevers. As you might expect, it's fairly bizarre and as is the case for a few of the characters, I think dances very close to the line. But if you feel similarly, try to get past that.
The final episode relates in no immediately discernable way to the previous episodes, but it eventually at least starts to make sense. It also features Claudia Black from Farscape. Just that episode though.
That's really pushing it for sci-fi...it's like saying that the evil dead is sci-fi because the deadites are summoned by the tape recorder (science) .I don't know if it's been mentioned, but I really enjoyed "Prince of Darkness".
It is usually panned by most critics, but it is one of my favorite Carpenter movies.
Not sure why. Silly premise, bad acting, but fun to watch. Lol
Yeah, I was about to say Event Horizon. Perfect blend of Sci-fi and horror.That's really pushing it for sci-fi...it's like saying that the evil dead is sci-fi because the deadites are summoned by the tape recorder (science) .
Now, event horizon, that's some sci-fi sh*t that is also extremely horror.