High technology and a dystopian future films of the genre “cyberpunk “.
The future Avenger
Based on an account by Phillip K. Dick, the 1990 Film features Douglas Quaid (starring Arnold Schwarzenegger) facing Rekall, a company specializing in implanting fake memories.
Ghost in the Shell
Based on a manga written by Shirow Masamune, the 1995 animated film and the new version with Scarlett Johansson is about a cyborg that harbors the brain of a human being and leads a group of agents fighting a mysterious hacker.
The Matrix (1999) and its two sequels relate the struggle of the human race against machines. Humans are connected to a virtual world. Neo (Keanu Reeves) is a hacker who lives trapped in the Matrix unknowingly and puts the fate of humanity on his shoulders.
Johnny Mnemonic (1995 and another Keanu Reeves) has a brain implant capable of storing information. He is hired to get 320 gigabytes of secret information from Beijing before he dies or is killed by the Yakuza.
Blade Runner (1982) shows a city of Los Angeles with flying cars and old buildings, in which a police officer is assigned to detain a group of dangerous cyborg, more agile and strong than humans.
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