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12 Recent Sci-Fi Movies That Are Future Classics

12. Edge Of Tomorrow

Warner Bros.

There's a case to be made that Doug Liman's adaptation of the Hiroshi Sakurazaka light novel All You Need Is Kill has already achieved classic status within the sci-fi action subgenre, with the Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt vehicle having arguably only grown in stature since its release.

Riffing off familiar tropes with a breezy, somewhat gonzo glee and propelled by the yin-and-yang chemistry of its two leads, its Groundhog Day-esque twist gives it plenty of mileage retracing its own steps - and it's to Liman's testamanet that it never feels like a slog of a rehash at all too.

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