Comet NEOWISE, a once in a lifetime experience is around, but if you also sad about not being able to see it then we have got a list of some amazing space movies that you can watch or re-watch.

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The Martian (2015)

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Watched it first day, first show and had the best the most amazing time ever!!! it was a treat to watch Matt Damon science the shit out of Mars! 🙂 very satisfying watch

 

Life (2017)

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A space-thriller starring my favorites Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds. Keeps you on the edge of your seat gasping throughout the second half. This is the kind of movies I LOVE!

 

Moon (2009)

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Easily one of my favorite space psychological thrillers! watched it a long time ago but I still remember I was absolutely ??!!!?!!??### after watching it. Must watch if you haven’t already.

 

Sunshine (2007)

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In distant future, Sun is slowly dying, so a group of astronauts try to reignite it. One of the most underrated space films ever. It’s not the best, but it’s DEFINITELY worth watching, & most people haven’t even heard of it. The visuals are amazing, and so is the plot.

 

 

Apollo 13 (1995)

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This movie pulls you in & makes Oyo experience what the crew might have gone through during NASA’s Apollo 13 Lunar Mission crisis back in 1970.

 

 

Gravity (2013)

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Have watched it a bunch of times and it’s still a treat to watch Sandra Bullock trying to survive in space!

 

 

Hidden Figures and First Man

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Both of these films aren’t exactly space films space films, but they are in context to space. If you haven’t watched these yet, you definitely should. Hidden Figures will have you literally crying & cheering for these black women who made modern space travel possible & First Man is Neil Armstrong’s biopic starring Ryan Gosling in the lead role.

 

 

Alien (original), Prometheus, Alien: Covenant

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Love all these three films by Ridley Scott, not exactly from the same trilogy but the vibe is sorta the same. It’s interesting, thrilling, and even though you know what’s coming, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it. Might not be for everyone though.

 

 

Interstellar (2014)

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Obviously we have Interstellar in this list, dange thodi karna hai comment section mei. I’m so grateful I got to experience this gem on the big screen! It’s a masterpiece.

 

There are still a few days left to catch the comet NEOWISE but if you won’t be able to, then you can just binge on some of these marvelous space films.