10 Sci-Fi Movies That Didn't Bother With the 'Science' Part

10 Sci-Fi Movies That Didn't Bother With the 'Science' Part
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The sci-fi genre is often cited as one of the most difficult for the general public to understand, as the scientific aspects of the genre tend to be a bit too complex to appeal to a general audience.

So, in true Hollywood fashion, producers have decided to lighten up on the sci-fi genre by eliminating the esoteric scientific aspects from some of the movies altogether, and instead focusing on interesting action set pieces, futuristic ideas, and inventions.

Here are 10 sci-fi movies without any science in them:

After browsing through this list, it becomes clear that the producers were right to go for sci-fi productions without science, as all of them turned out to be huge box office hits.

Not every movie needs to have a scientific basis like Interstellar,"and these 10 great movies certainly prove that. Even if fans are denied the chance to learn more about the worlds of these movies in a scientific way, it does not take away from the sheer excitement of watching a movie with fantastical elements.

We can hate on Hollywood's oversimplification tactics all we want, but the idea of producing sci-fi movies without boring audiences with redundant scientific details has certainly stood the test of time.

Here are all the films mentioned: Armageddon (1998), The Day After Tomorrow (2004), The Core (2003), Lucy (2014), Transformers ( 2007-2019), 2012 (2009), What The #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004), Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008), The Happening (2008), I Am Legend (2007).