Tonight on TCM (Turner Classic Movies) for those that have cable, they're running some classic SF films. Starting with Soylent Green. It stars Charlton Heston, Edward G. Robinson's in his last role on film, and directed by Richard O. Fleischer.
It's a dystopian, detective film set in 2022. One of my favorite SF films.
Minority Report follows that directed by Stephen Spielberg. Tom Cruise plays one of the future cops who catches people before they can commit crimes. However he is framed for murder. I think this got pretty favorable reviews, generally speaking. I enjoyed it quite a lot.
Logan's Run follows that, taken from the William F. Nolan novel--actually he created a trilogy of books out of it. I've only read the first one (though I'd like to read the other two as well), which differs somewhat from the movie. It's a fun SF film too. Parts of it were shot in a Ft. Worth Water Gardens and Dallas Market Center, which I should try to visit someday. It had a TV series spinoff.
Mad Max follows that, which stars Mel Gibson. Another dystopian film, where vicious gangs roam the world. Gibson plays a cop who goes after them seeking vengeance. I remember seeing this in a film appreciation group when I was in college. They all four are great SF films, and if you have seen them before, I'm sure they are worth re-watching--that is my plan.