Twenty years after Sam Flynn disappears, his tech-savvy, 27-year-old son Kevin finds himself in the gaming world his father created.
Minority Report (2002)
If the future pans out to be as it was depicted in this high-tech Tom Cruise film where criminals are caught before they even commit a crime, the world would be a better place.
A boy who was arrested for writing a computer virus when he was a kid and his new (cool) hacker friends use their computer skills to out a corporate extortion conspiracy.
I, Robot (2004)
Set in 2035 A.D., in this movie, robots work for humans. Now imagine if said robots go a little crazy and stop obeying their supposed codes of conduct.
The Social Network (2010)
This movie tells the story of how Facebook came to be - scandals, drama and all.
Iron Man (2008)
Wealthy industrialist Tony Stark builds an armored suit and saves people. And, he's cocky about it.
If sophisticated dream technology existed, would you use it to redeem yourself?
The Fifth Element (1997)
This end-of-the-world movie is set 250 years into the future when cars fly, aliens roam and evil arrives.
The Matrix (1999)
A computer programmer by day becomes a hacker by night, and questions what's real.
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
The cyborg who tried to kill Sarah Connor makes it his mission to protect her son, who is the future leader of the resistance.
Star Trek (2009)
The prequel life of James Kirk and Spock to the cult TV series we've grown to know and love.
Six super-smart Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students are trained to become card-counting experts and win millions in Las Vegas.
The Net (1995)
Awesomely bad, this movie follows the adventures of software engineer Angela Bennett as her identity is stolen via the Internet.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
Heartbroken people undergo an experimental psychiatric procedure to erase memories about each other.
Back to the Future (1985)
A teen goes back in time using a time machine invented by a mad scientist.
A man whose genetic make-up is "underclass" travels in space and takes on the identity of a more superior human.
Apollo 13 (1995)
This movie was based on the true story of the ill-fated Apollo mission for the moon. An accident cripples their space shuttle.
You've Got Mail (1998)
Business rivals unknowingly meet in an AOL chat room and - spoiler alert! - fall in love.
Source Code (2011)
This action-thriller follows a soldier who finds out he's part of a science project. And, it stars Jake Gyllenhaal.
A cute robot that collects waste embarks on a mankind-saving space journey.
A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)
A robot boy is manufactured, but he has feelings, unlike other robots.
A former insurance investigator avenges his wife's murder, but his memory has been damaged. He tattoos notes on himself and takes Polaroids to help him chronicle events.
Short Circuit (1986)
An experimental military robot transforms after it's struck by lightning and becomes self-aware and conscious.
Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
When half of the world suffers from Nerve Attenuation Syndrome, Johnny Mnemonic is used to carry information via a memory chip in his brain.
Filmmakers document a journey to meet a girl they found on the Internet. What unravels is shocking.
Four die in New York City after logging onto www.feardot.com, and detectives try to get to the bottom of it.
This technology spy movie is about a convicted hacker who works with bad guys who are trying to access government secrets locked inside a complicated computer system.
Weird Science (1985)
Two teenage geeks somehow manufacture a hot chick with their computer. She gives their egos a boost.
Star Wars (1977)
Luke Skywalker meets Han Solo, Chewbacca, Ben Kenobi, C-3PO and R2-D2 - they all go to rescue Princess Leia from the Empire.
A computer programmer thinks he has landed his dream job only to find out his boss has a dirty secret.
Waking Life (2001)
This movie is about a man who's trying to discern real life and the dream world. It's not long until the viewer starts to feel like he or she is the character in the dream world.
A cab driver becomes a hostage to a contract killer who uses an HP tablet.
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)
Based on the very popular video game series, a female scientist teams up with a military squadron to save the planet and rid herself of an alien infection.
Electric Dreams (1984)
A state-of-the-art computer develops emotions after champagne is spilled on him.
Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
A group of nerdy outcasts start their own nerdy fraternity to do nerdy things.
A kid computer whiz gains access to a top-secret computer and the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
A thriller about computers? Who wouldn't want to see this movie, which also delves into espionage, cryptography and government secrets. Scandalous!
Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)
This (sort of funny) made-for-TV documentary follows the founders of Apple and Microsoft in their early days as they begin to build their empires.
Office Space (1999)
Software engineers at the Initech office go a little nutty when their VP hires two consultants known as "the Bobs" to downsize the company.
This cyborg in a steel shell fights crime, but also becomes the target of a super-villain.
Eight talented candidates enter a windowless room to take a test. There's only one simple question - but there are lots of rules. They duke it out to find the smartest in the room.
Four goofy scientists set up a shop in an old firehouse to fight ghosts and goblins.
The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969)
After a student receives an electric shock, his brain turns into a computer and he remembers everything he reads.
A genius mathematician builds a supercomputer at home that understands existence.
Error-checking devices have an accidental side effect, and the trust of two men is tested.
The Lawnmower Man (1992)
A gardener is made a genius through a computer science application and intelligence enhancing drugs. The scientist mastermind behind the project loses control.
The Cell (2000)
A social worker and an FBI agent experiment with new technology to enter the mind of a serial killer to locate a kidnap victim.
A paraplegic marine goes to Pandora on a mission to gather intel and infiltrate the Na'vi people using an "avatar" identity.
Law enforcement develop a virtual reality entity from the personalities of 150 serial killers to train police officers.
Real Genius (1985)
A teen genius is accepted into a university where he's partnered up with a science club legend to develop a high-powered laser.