With so many tech movies, sci-fi movies, IT movies and hacker movies to choose from, it becomes a daunting task to know which ones are the best. 


So we put together this list of what we believe are the best tech movies of all time to make things easy for you. 

TRON (1982) 

[IMDb rating 6.8/10] 

When Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) hacks into his competitor Ed Dilinger’s system, he gets transported to the digital world where he is aided by a security program called Tron who helps him defeat the villain called Sark, a computerized version of Dilinger. Tron is a must much for sci-fi lovers.

Tron
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HER (2013) 

[IMDb rating 8.0/10] 

Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) is a lonely, depressed and introverted writer who buys an Artificial Intelligence system who calls herself Samantha (Scarlett Johansson). Theodore gets very impressed by the AI’s ability to learn and adapt and over time starts to fall in love with her. Winning one Academy Award and numerous other awards, Her is a must watch for millennials. 

A.I. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (2001) 

[IMDb rating 7.2/10] 

David (Hayley Joel Osment) is a highly advanced robotic child programmed to love. To regain the love of his foster mother, David undertakes a journey to become ”a real boy”. Nominated for two Academy Awards, A.I is one of the best tech drama movies ever made. 

MINORITY REPORT (2002) 

[IMDb rating 7.6/10] 

John Anderton (Tom Cruise) is the captain of the PreCrime unit which stops murders before they happen using the predictions of specialized mutated humans. John has to go on the run when he himself gets accused for a future murder. Minority Report was one of the best reviewed movies of 2002 and is known to be one of the best cyber security movies of all time.

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (2010) 

[IMDb rating 7.6/10] 

Mark Zuckerberg (Jesse Eisenberg), a Harvard undergraduate who along with his friends goes on to create Facebook. Although Facebook becomes a huge success, Zuckerberg learns that success can have its downsides. This is one of the best IT movies and must watch for programmers across the globe. 

The Social Network
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AVATAR (2009) 

[IMDb rating 7.8/10] 

Jake Sully (Sam Worthington), a paraplegic former marine takes on a mission to go to the alien world of Pandora which is inhabited by a seemingly primitive but highly evolved race called Na’vi. Jake links to a human/Na’vi hybrid body called “avatar” to go into Pandora as a spy but ends up falling in love with a Na’vi woman called Neytiri (Zoe Saldana). Avatar is the second highest-grossing movie of all time. 

Avatar

BLADE RUNNER (1982) 

[IMDb rating 8.1/10] 

Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) is a Blade Runner whose job is to track down bioengineered humanoids or “replicants” and exterminate them. As he goes on with his mission, Deckard starts to question his own identity. Blade Runner is known as one of the best futuristic crime movies ever made.  

THE TERMINATOR (1984) 

[IMDb rating 8.0/10] 

John Connor sends Kyle Reese (Michael Biehn) back in time to protect his mother Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) from getting killed by a cyborg assassin called the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger). The Terminator is one of the most loved tech movies of all time. 

The Terminator
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THE MATRIX (1999) 

[IMDb rating 8.7/10] 

Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) recruits Neo (Keanu Reeves), a computer hacker to fight sentient machines that keep human beings locked in a computer simulation and farm them for their energy. Made by the Wachowski brothers, The Matrix is undoubtedly one of the best tech movies of all time.

the matrix
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2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968) 

[IMDb rating 8.3/10] 

Dr. David Bowman (Keir Dullea) leads a group of astronauts aboard the Discovery One bound for Jupiter. Things start to go wrong for them when the ship’s computer system, HAL 9000, starts to display strange behavior. 2001: A Space Odyssey widely regarded as one of the greatest movies of the past millennium. 


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