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Through the lens of worlds and realities that don’t exist, science fiction movies can teach us poignant truths. Writers and directors can also fuse sci-fi-based stories with genres such as comedy, horror, and even documentary in new ways to deliver these messages and truths, often with striking effect. Science fiction can treat us to spine-tingling horror about nightmares becoming real, thrill us with crime-fighting superheroes armed with impossible gadgets, or drop us into the jungle with an elite squad of soldiers about to get picked off by an intergalactic trophy hunter. No matter what kind of sci-fi is your favorite, Hulu has something for you. We’ve gone through all the sci-fi flicks the service has to offer to find the absolute best.

If you’re curious about what’s available in science fiction on other streaming services, we also have guides for the best sci-fi movies on Netflix as well as the best sci-fi movies on Amazon Prime Video.

Come True

Come True (2020)

Plagued by sleep disturbances her whole life, teenage Sarah (Julia Sarah Stone) sees things get worse after she runs away from home and is hunted by shadowy figures in her dreams every night. Hoping it will be the answer to her prayers, Sarah agrees to participate in a sleep study run by the creepy Dr. Meyer (Christopher Heatherington). Unfortunately, the study only makes things more dire as whatever’s stalking Sarah in her sleep begins to threaten her waking world. A visually impressive mix of sci-fi and horror, Come True has echoes of Philip K. Dick while feeling like a more thoughtful, indie answer to Wes Craven’s classic A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Rotten Tomatoes: 86%
Stars: Julia Sarah Stone, Landon Liboiron, Carlee Ryski
Director: Anthony Scott Burns
Rated: Unrated
Runtime: 105 minutes

Available June 11 on Hulu

A Glitch in the Matrix

A Glitch in the Matrix (2021)

Since we’re talking about science fiction, a documentary may seem like a strange choice. But the unique mind-bender A Glitch in the Matrix seems appropriate considering its central question: What if what we perceive as reality is just a massive simulation like the one used to enslave humanity in 1999’s The Matrix? Rodney Ascher — the same filmmaker whose 2012 documentary Room 237, which explores interpretations of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining — brings us this exciting exploration of conspiracy theory, philosophy, and technology in a quest to not only figure out whether we’re all really just a bunch of non-player characters (NPCs) but also to get a grasp on the relationship between digital culture and the real world.

Rotten Tomatoes: 68%
Stars: Nick Bostrom, Joshua Cooke, Erik Davis
Director: Rodney Ascher
Rated: Not Rated
Runtime: 108 minutes

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The Dark Knight

The Dark Knight (2008)

There are many reasons why no best superhero movies list would ever be complete without the middle entry of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. While the film enjoys great action scenes and a stellar cast, including Christian Bale as Batman, Michael Caine as Alfred, and the too-often-overlooked Aaron Eckhart as the tragic Harvey Dent, the best reason to watch The Dark Knight is the late Heath Ledger in one of his final and most startlingly impressive roles. Ledger is utterly unrecognizable in his unique take on the iconic Joker and more than earned his posthumous Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Rotten Tomatoes: 94%
Stars: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Aaron Eckhart
Director: Christopher Nolan
Rated: PG-13
Runtime: 152 minutes

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Little Fish

Little Fish (2020)

With echoes from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Never Let Me Go, Little Fish is not your average dystopian plague story. Rather than searching for cures for flesh-eating chemical weapons or fighting off hordes of brain-eating zombies, the characters of Little Fish are under siege from N.I.A. — a virus that devours its victims’ memories. Musicians can’t play their instruments, pilots can’t fly, and sailors can’t sail. While we get an idea of how the world as a whole is collapsing beneath the weight of the epidemic, the movie’s focus is on the heartbreaking story of Emma (Olivia Cooke) and Jude (Jack O’Connell), who struggle to hold together their relationship as the virus beings chipping away at Jude’s memories of their life together.

Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Stars: Olivia Cooke, Jack O’Connell, Soko
Director: Chad Hartigan
Rated: Unrated
Runtime: 101 minutes

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Arrival

Arrival (2016)

If one day the aliens show up, what are we going to do? Well, unless we want a repeat performance of Independence Day, we’re going to have to talk to them, and that’s part of what makes up the core of 2016’s visually stunning sci-fi drama Arrival. Amy Adams stars as linguistics professor Louise Banks, who is tapped to help the world figure out what the mysterious visitors are saying and, more importantly, what we should say back. Transcending questions of space and aliens to examine humanity itself, Arrival is a must-watch for any fan of science fiction, or just any fan of great movies.

Rotten Tomatoes: 94%
Stars: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Rated: PG-13
Runtime: 116 minutes

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Predator

Predator (1987)

What can we say that hasn’t already been said about this bloody fusion of action, horror, and sci-fi that proved to be one of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s signature films? Well, among other things, in spite of being the movie that made famous the phrase “I ain’t got time to bleed,” it sure finds the time before the end. Schwarzenegger stars as Dutch, the head of a team of elite mercenaries tasked with rescuing a foreign cabinet minister from a Central American jungle, or so they think. While they eventually learn their CIA tag-a-long, Dillon (Carl Weathers), is lying to them about their mission, their real problem proves to be the alien hunter who’s picking them off one by one purely for sport. If for some reason you’ve never seen Predator, you really need to fix that. It’s suspenseful, filled with classic Schwarzenegger moments, and holds up exceptionally well in spite of the decades of special effects innovation that followed. Not to mention that with Jesse Ventura playing one of Dutch’s soldiers, after you watch it you can brag that you saw not one but two future American governors fight an alien in the jungle.

Rotten Tomatoes: 81%
Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Carl Weathers, Kevin Peter Hall, Jesse Ventura
Director: John McTiernan
Rated: R
Runtime: 107 minutes

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The Iron Giant

The Iron Giant (1999)

Some of the best movies are the ones parents can watch with their children, while proving entertaining and powerful to both. Based on Ted Hughes’ 1968 novel, The Iron Giant is the kind of great film no mom or dad will have to yawn through to humor their kids. The Iron Giant‘s titular 50-foot-tall robot, voiced by Vin Diesel, crashes outside Rockwell, Maine, one night in the late ’50s. The young Hogarth (Eli Marienthal) finds a friend in the robot. If it’s up to Kent Mansley (Christopher McDonald), however, they won’t be friends for long. The paranoid covert agent is looking for a way to destroy the benevolent robot. As emotional as it is poignant, The Iron Giant is a triumph in animated filmmaking.

Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Stars: Eli Marienthal, Harry Connick Jr., Jennifer Aniston
Director: Brad Bird
Rated: PG
Runtime: 86 minutes

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Boss Level, the best sci-fi movies on Hulu

Boss Level (2021)

Every morning is the same morning for Roy Pulver (Frank Grillo) in Boss Level, and each of those mornings he wakes up to the same assassin burying a machete in his headboard and a small army of colorful killers waiting for him outside. No matter what he does, Roy can’t manage to survive past 12:47 p.m., and that doesn’t change until a clue from his estranged wife puts him on the right path. Time loop movies are nothing new. Films like Groundhog DayEdge of Tomorrow, and even Hulu’s own Palm Springs have turned the idea of living the same day over and over again into a subgenre all of its own. What sets Boss Level apart is the dark humor and perfectly over-the-top violence with which the story is told. It’s an action-packed and fun way to spend an hour and a half, with lots of blood and lots of laughs.

Rotten Tomatoes: 76%
Stars: Frank Grillo, Mel Gibson, Naomi Watts
Director: Joe Carnahan
Rated: TV-MA
Runtime: 94 minutes

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Save Yourselves!

Save Yourselves! (2020)

The 2020 Hulu original Save Yourselves! is one of the funniest and most timely sci-fi films you’ll ever see. Su and Jack are desperate to curb their shared addictions to the internet and social media. When a friend offers them the use of his wilderness cabin, they think they’ve finally found an opportunity to unplug. Unfortunately, because the pair are cut off from the rest of the world, when fuzzy, watermelon-sized aliens — which they refer to as “poofs” — start falling from the sky, they have no idea it’s happening until the poofs start filling the place.

Rotten Tomatoes: 89%
Stars: Sunita Mani, John Reynolds, Ben Sinclair
Director: Alex Huston Fischer, Eleanor Wilson
Rated: R
Runtime: 93 minutes

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Dredd

Dredd (2012)

Anyone who suffered through 1995’s Judge Dredd should be forgiven if they feel hesitant about giving 2012’s Dredd a try, but the reboot is a much different kind of movie. As satirical as the 2000 AD comic strips upon which it’s based, most of the film’s 95 minutes take place in a massive slum tower with the ultraviolent Judge Dredd (Karl Urban) pursuing the ruthless drug lord Ma-Ma (Lena Headey). Unapologetically violent and stylized, Dredd is a worthy adaptation of its source material and a great introduction to the character for the uninitiated.

Rotten Tomatoes: 79%
Stars: Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby, Lena Headey
Director: Pete Travis
Rated: R
Runtime: 95 minutes

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The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water (2017)

More romantic and tender than any of Guillermo del Toro’s other films, The Shape of Water is arguably his most visually unique creation as well. The film tells the story of Elisa (Sally Hawkins), a mute woman judged harshly by just about everyone she meets because of her disability. When Elisa gets a job as a cleaning woman at a clandestine government lab, she meets someone who looks at her like no one else — but he’s an amphibian creature imprisoned in the lab and subjected to horrible experiments. This unconventional love story was nominated for 13 Oscars and took home four of them, and when you watch it, you’ll find out why.

Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
Stars: Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer, Michael Shannon
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Rated: R
Runtime: 123 minutes

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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)

Few Star Trek films come close to the level of drama and suspense of the classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. A transplant from a 1967 episode of Star Trek: The Original Series called Space Seed, Ricardo Montalban reprises the role of one of the most ruthless villains in Trek history — Khan Noonien Singh, a genetically enhanced tyrant from the late 20th century who blames James Kirk (William Shatner) for the death of his wife and his years spent on a desolate planet. With a portrayal of a ship-to-ship duel that has yet to be improved upon in Trek lore and a powerful ending, The Wrath of Khan is some of the best the franchise has to offer.

Rotten Tomatoes: 87%
Stars: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Ricardo Montalban
Director: Nicholas Meyer
Rated: PG
Runtime: 113 minutes

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Coherence

Coherence (2013)

Sometimes a movie’s concept is such that it’s best to go in knowing as little as possible. The 2013 sci-fi thriller Coherence is such an animal. At first, nothing appears to be from the world of the fantastic at a get-together between friends, but then the story gets more interesting after a comet passes overhead. In the wake of the comet, strange and unexplainable things begin happening to the characters, and their normal dinner party turns into a surreal mystery. If you enjoy a story that challenges you to figure it out until the very end, Coherence is definitely for you.

Rotten Tomatoes: 88%
Stars: Emily Baldoni, Maury Sterling, Nicholas Brendon
Director: James Ward Byrkit
Rated: NR
Runtime: 89 minutes

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Bumblebee

Bumblebee (2018)

Sometimes less is more. In the case of 2018’s Bumblebee — focusing on the titular Autobot rather than a whole bunch of them — it’s a lot more. When Charlie Watson (Hailee Steinfeld) gets a yellow Volkswagen Beetle for her 18th birthday, she has no idea she’s taking home the first of the Cybertron’s Autobot resistance to reach Earth. Unfortunately, the Autobot, whom Charlie soon names Bumblebee, has no idea either. More emotionally tangible than the previous live-action Transformers films and giving audiences a much more coherent storyline, Bumblebee is an exciting, family-friendly gem.

Rotten Tomatoes: 91%
Stars: Hailee Steinfeld, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., John Cena
Director: Travis Knight
Rated: PG-13
Runtime: 114 minutes

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Batman Begins

Batman Begins (2005)

So far there have been so many wildly different big screen versions of Batman that trying to compare which is better often drags you into “apples versus oranges” territory. Regardless, we can say with confidence that no movie has given us a more compelling portrayal of the iconic superhero’s origin story than 2005’s Batman Begins. The first of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy not only gives us its own version of the murders of Bruce Wayne’s parents but also shows us the long journey Wayne takes from being an angry young man to the shrewd warrior ready to begin his crusade in Gotham City.

Rotten Tomatoes: 84%
Stars: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson
Director: Christopher Nolan
Rated: PG-13
Runtime: 140 minutes

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These new images are our best look at Apple’s leaked iPhone 13 design

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All signs point to a mid-September reveal event for this year’s new iPhone, although Apple is far from announcing the iPhone 13 keynote. Last year, Apple did warn fans well ahead of time that the iPhone 12 launch would be delayed. The pandemic impacted Apple’s operations, and the iPhone 12 models reached stores in two batches in late October and early November. This year, various reports claim that Apple is already taking measures to ensure enough supply of crucial iPhone 13 components to prevent unwanted delays.

Aside from the multitude of unverified supply chain rumors, we’ve also witnessed an avalanche of leaked iPhone 13 schematics in recent months that have given us a good idea of what to expect from the 2021 handsets. Designers who routinely create gorgeous concept renders of unreleased devices based on the leaks that flood the web already came up with great iPhone 13 renders. Now, the latest video imagines what the iPhone 13 Pro would look like based on all of the detailed design rumors floating around.

As is often the case with Apple’s iPhones, not every generation features a full design makeover. The iPhone 12 delivered the most important design update since the iPhone X launched in 2017 with flat screens, flat sides, and curved edges. The iPhone X notch was still present at the top of the phone, though, as was the camera bump on the back.

The iPhone 13 will largely recycle the iPhone 12 design, although Apple plans a few changes that will be immediately noticeable to buyers. The Face ID notch will be narrower on all four iPhone 13 versions, a design update we’ve been waiting years to see.

iPhone 13 Pro Render
iPhone 13 Pro render based on recent leaks and rumors. Image source: Concept Creator and LetsGoDigital

The main camera will be slightly larger than it was on previous models. Apple will supposedly bring the sensor-shift optical-image stabilization camera introduced on the iPhone 12 Pro to every iPhone 13 model as well. The camera module isn’t only getting more prominent; it’s also getting thicker. But every 2021 iPhone model will be slightly thicker than its predecessor, measuring in at about 0.2mm. This will allow Apple to increase the battery size on the iPhone 13.

Dutch designer Jermaine Smit (Concept Creator) partnered with LetsGoDigital to create the renders above, as well as the following video that highlights all the rumored design changes. The clip shows what the iPhone 13 Pro would look like with a smaller notch and a larger triple-lens camera on the back. The same design would apply to the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini would feature a similar design, but the rear camera will feature only two lenses, which will be placed diagonally rather than vertically.

As always with concept iPhone designs based on rumors, nothing is official right now. The video is based on leaked schematics, which might not be accurate:

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Prime Day deal: Save $100 on the best surround sound system we’ve ever tested

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Soundbars are great if you want a quick and easy way to upgrade your TV speakers, but you need a real surround sound system if you want a truly immersive experience. Lucky for you, Amazon is discounting the single best surround sound system we’ve ever tested, with an emphasis on bang for your buck. The Enclave CineHome II Wireless 5.1 Home Theater Surround Sound System is a phenomenal setup that outperforms some solutions that cost twice as much. It retails for a hefty $1,100, but it’s $100 off for Prime Day 2021.

This deal ends soon, so this is most likely your last chance for quite a long time to save on this jaw-dropping Enclave setup.

There are so many great deals on home entertainment gear right now at Amazon. Well, considering it’s Prime Day 2021, there are great deals on just about everything you can imagine. Some of the most popular deals right now among our readers include deep discounts on pretty much every popular Apple device you can think of including AirPods Pro and Apple Watches, the insanely popular myQ smart garage door opener for a new all-time low of just $16.98 (plus a $40 Amazon credit with the Amazon Key promotion), the best Instant Pot deals of the year with prices starting at just $49.99, the crazy wireless camera that lets your smartphone see anywhere for an all-time low price of $28.79, the Fire TV Stick Lite for a new all-time low price of $17.99 and the Fire TV Stick 4K for an all-time low of $24.99 instead of $50, the $80 Echo Show 5 for the all-time low price of $44.99, an Echo Show 5 and Blink Mini Cam bundle for just $10 more, the best-selling Echo Dot for only $19.99, the new 4th-generation Echo Dot for half price at $24.99, the $50 Echo Auto that adds hands-free Alexa to your car for an all-time low of $14.99 or the $98 Echo Auto bundle with 6 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for the same crazy price of $14.99, Echo Buds true wireless earbuds starting at just $79.99 instead of $120, and so much more.

Those bargains are all tremendous, but what about people out there looking to step up their home theater game?

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If you’re an audiophile, odds are pretty good that you’re already quite familiar with Enclave Audio. It’s the king of home theater sound systems, delivering ultra-premium sound quality at surprisingly reasonable prices. The company’s surround sound systems go up to $1,600, but you can easily spend five times that much on comparable systems from true rivals. And right now, we have even more good news: You won’t need to spend anywhere near $1,600 to score an incredible Enclave Audio system right now.

Enclave’s CineHome II Wireless 5.1 Home Theater Surround Sound System is a true 5.1 surround sound system that produced jaw-dropping audio quality that’s unlike anything you’ve heard before. It’s completely wireless so setup is a breeze, and you won’t sacrifice anything compared to going with a wired system. Enclave’s CineHome II delivers mind-blowing sound that’s full and rich, with deep bass from the included sub that will shake you out of your seat without any distortion, even when you crank up the volume.

The Enclave CineHome II system is worth every penny and then some at its regular price of $1,100. Grab one right now while it’s on sale at Amazon for Prime Day 2021, however, and you’ll only pay $998.98. This deal ends soon and it’s the first time we’ve seen the CineHome II go on sale since Cyber Week last year. In other words, if you miss out on this sale, there’s a good chance you won’t have another opportunity to save for quite some time.

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We weren’t surprised at all when we saw that Amazon’s various Fire TV products outsold almost everything else among our readers on day one of Prime Day 2021. We think there are three reasons that help explain it. First, Fire TV devices are awesome, offering one of the most streamlined smart TV interfaces out there right now. Second, Amazon devices have been going on sale all the time in 2021, but deals on products from the Fire TV lineup have been few and far between. And last but not least, Amazon’s Fire TV deals this year are insane!

There are a ton of Fire TV Edition smart TVs on sale for Prime Day 2021, with prices starting at $99.99 and sizes going up to 65 inches. If you don’t need a whole new TV, however, you really need to check out Amazon’s deals on streaming media players. That’s right, we’re talking about the Fire TV Stick 4K that’s on sale right now for $24.99 instead of $50, the Fire TV Stick Lite that’s all the way down to $17.99 from $30, and the Fire TV Cube that just hit a new all-time low price of $79.99!

Amazon wrapped up the year last year with some fantastic deals on so many different Amazon devices. Then, the fun continued in 2021 because so many of those incredible sales carried over into the new year. Unfortunately, however, just about all of the hottest deals we saw on Amazon’s various device lineups over the past few months covered other device lineups, not Fire TV media players. The good news is that Prime Day 2021 has now arrived and you knew there would be no way Amazon would forget about its Fire TVs!

Head to Amazon right now and you’ll find the Fire TV Stick Lite on sale for just $17.99. For those unaware of this latest addition to Amazon’s Fire TV product catalog, the device itself is exactly the same as the regular Fire TV Stick. The only difference is the remote, which is still an Alexa Voice Remote but lacks the extra power and volume buttons to control your TV. If that’s not a deal-breaker for you, definitely take advantage of this bargain because that’s the lowest price ever for this model.

You can also save even more by upgrading to the king of Amazon’s streaming dongles, the Fire TV Stick 4K. There is perhaps no streaming media player at the $50 price point that comes anywhere close to matching the Fire TV Stick 4K, and it’s on sale right now for just $24.99, matching the lowest price ever. And finally, if you want it all, you can pick up a $120 Fire TV Cube on sale for the all-time low price of $79.99. It’s basically a Fire TV Stick 4K combined with an Echo Dot that gives you hands-free Alexa access, and people love it!

As for other Prime Day deals that have been super-popular with our readers, highlights include FREE MONEY from Amazon (send yourself a $40 eGift card, get a free $10 Amazon credit), the insanely popular MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener for just $16.98 (plus a $40 credit with the Amazon Key promo!), deep discounts on pretty much every popular Apple device you can think of including AirPods Pro and the Apple Watch, a new all-time low price on the hot new TP-Link Kasa smart plugs that everyone loves so much, the best Instant Pot deals of the year with prices starting at just $49.99, the crazy wireless camera that lets your smartphone see anywhere for an all-time low price of $28.85, Amazon’s Fire TV Stick Lite for a new all-time low price of $17.99 and the Fire TV Stick 4K for an all-time low of $24.99 instead of $50, the hot new Ring Video Doorbell for $44.99 with a free Echo Dot, the $80 Echo Show 5 for the all-time low price of $44.99, an Echo Show 5 and Blink Mini Cam bundle for just $10 more, the best-selling Echo Dot for only $19.99, the new 4th-generation Echo Dot for half price at $24.99, incredible Sony headphones deals starting at $78, a Windows 10 laptop bundled with a 128GB microSDXC for just $219.99, the $50 Echo Auto that adds hands-free Alexa to your car for an all-time low of $14.99 or the $98 Echo Auto bundle with 6 months of Amazon Music Unlimited for the same crazy price of $14.99, more than half off JBL portable Bluetooth speakers, the best Roomba deals of the year starting at $199.99, Amazon’s Echo Buds true wireless earbuds starting at just $79.99 instead of $120, and so much more.

Fire TV Stick 4K – $24.99

  • The Fire TV Stick 4K is Amazon’s most powerful streaming media player ever with the popular dongle form factor
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  • Plenty of games and other apps to choose from in Amazon’s app store
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  • You can also use Alexa voice commands to check the weather, control your smart home devices, and so much more
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  • Fire TV gives you access to more than 500,000 different movies and TV episodes
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