This is a bit off topic but I thought it would be good to discuss how science fiction and fantasy movies use these words, and whether or not you’d want to watch them.
I was talking to a friend about how science-fantasy movies and TV shows often use these terms and we decided to dig deeper into the science- fiction and Fantasy-style genres.
So I put together a list of the words used by science fiction films and TV series, and I hope you find it useful.
There are several different ways to interpret these words.
For example, the word “sensory” is used a lot in science fiction, but it is actually used to describe the sensation of touch or the sense of smell.
The word “structure” refers to a physical structure, such as a body or an object.
And “senses” is the term for how we feel or perceive things.
I thought I’d share some of the best terms I could find for describing these different concepts.
“Dramatic” This term describes a scene or sequence in which a character (usually a hero) uses an action, or a tool, or an element of technology, to achieve a dramatic or dramatic-like effect.
These words have a lot of meanings in science fictions.
They’re used to define what an action is, and what it looks like to the viewer.
“Striking” This word describes a feeling of exhilaration, excitement, or excitement that’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before.
It can describe a dramatic moment, a thrilling moment, or just a sense of discovery.
Or, it can describe something you’ve seen before, and that you haven’t been able to replicate or recreate yourself.
“Sensory,” “visual” “sound” “visual effects” “music” “effects” “action” “plot” “character” “voice” “movie” “science fiction” “fantasy” “art” “saucer” “screenplay” “filming” “animation” “video game” “game” “story” “film” “text” “play” “fantasy.”
The following is a list I made up of the terms used by the most popular science fiction movies and television shows.
Science fiction, fantasy, and fantasy films are a genre of science fiction.
These are the stories that have the most interest from the science fiction fans.
Some of the genres have some overlap.
I’ve included titles that are similar to the ones that are mentioned above.
There’s also a list for the non-science fiction titles I listed earlier.
Science Fiction Films & TV Series (The Science Fiction and Fantasy Films and TV Series section of the wiki) This list is a little more expansive than the above, but I figured I’d include all the science fics and television series that are based on a sci-fi or fantasy world.
The Science Fictions section of Wikipedia (The Wikipedia article on Science Fiction & Fantasy) Science Fiction (Wikipedia) This section is for any book or movie that is based on science fiction or fantasy (or both) and that was published in the past 20 years.
A few of the more recent sci-fics include: Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049, and Star Trek Beyond.
Fantasy (Wikipedia:Fantasy, The Science Fiction Book Encyclopedia) This is the entry for a book or film that is a fantasy based on an alternate history setting.
If you’re new to this, Wikipedia has a nice article that explains why some people think that fantasy has become so popular in recent years.
The most popular Fantasy novels include: Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The Hunger Games, and The Lord of The Rings.
Science-Fiction TV Shows (Wikipedia.com) Here are the TV shows that are science fiction based on reality or fantasy: Star Trek, Star Trek: Voyager, and Doctor Who.
Video Game Science Fiction (Videos: Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Video Games) The first three categories are for the Sci-fi and Fantasy games, but the last two categories include video games based on real world events.
Games based on Real-Life Events: Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4, Halo 5, Halo 6, Halo 7, Halo 8, Halo 9, Halo 10, Halo 11, Halo 12, Halo 13, Halo 14, Halo 15, Halo 16, Halo 17, Halo 18, Halo 19, Halo 20, Halo 21, Halo 22, Halo 23, Halo 24, Halo 25, Halo 26, Halo 27, Halo 28, Halo 29, Halo 30, Halo 31, Halo 32,