9 Science Movies that got the Science Right

Oppenheimer (2023): Nolan's biopic on J. Robert Oppenheimer praised for accuracy and moral integrity.

Gattaca (1997): Dystopian film explores a future shaped by genetic selection.

The Martian (2015): NASA-approved for realism in Martian habitation.

Interstellar (2014): Nolan's sci-fi draws on theoretical physics for key concepts.

Her (2013): Unique romantic drama explores emotional bonds with A.I.

Minority Report (2002): Predictive policing concept aligns with real-world data-driven approaches.

Deep Impact (1998): Offers a more plausible view of handling a killer comet scenario.

Moon (2009): NASA-recognized for its depiction of lunar mining and potential construction.

Ammonite (2020): Controversial portrayal of Mary Anning's sexuality in a romantic drama.