What Space Movie Came Out In 1992

Even before men walked on the moon, the movie industry had a long-standing obsession with space. In actuality, the French silent film A Trip to the Moon from 1902 was the first motion picture to deal with space. Since then, a lot has changed from the days of black-and-white cardboard cutout movies.

What Space Movie Came Out In 1992

We adore space films because the best of today’s productions push the limits of special effects and human creativity.

8+ Space Movies that you must watch


 1. Interstellar (2014)

What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Interstellar (2014)

One of the most popular space films of the decade is Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, which boasts a star-studded ensemble including Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Casey Affleck, Michael Caine, and a teenage Timothée Chalamet. The story follows Cooper (McConaughey), who is searching the galaxy for a possible new planet for humanity.

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2. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005)

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005)

Organising an extraordinary trip? Not to worry. You can find answers in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (2005). Heroes of the galaxy are created by Martin Freeman, Mos Def, Zooey Deschanel, and Sam Rockwell from this wonderfully flawed cast. This film has it all, including singing dolphins, a president with two heads, and the solution to the age-old question, “What is the meaning of life?”

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3. Men in Black (1997)

Men in Black
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Men in Black

The covert operatives Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones have pledged to protect Earth from all extraterrestrial threats. What could possibly go wrong in a man vs. extraterrestrial conflict? A lot! Is that the only thing this movie lacks?

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4. Alien (1979)

Alien (1979)
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Alien (1979)

This first chapter in the Alien franchise is as tense as it is visually stunning, coming from the space genius Ridley Scott. Aliens have boarded their aircraft, and Ellen Ripley (Madame Sigourney Weaver) and her copilots are making an effort to get away. The main lesson from the movie? When a woman has a plan, pay attention to her.

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5. Ad Astra (2019)

What Space Movie Came Out In 1992
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Ad Astra (2019)

The movie is a sombre investigation of inward reflection, human emotions, and the expanse of space. Roy struggles with conflicting emotions regarding his father, their tense relationship, and the effects of his job on the world and the people in it as he travels. The film “Ad Astra” explores themes of solitude, travel, meaning-seeking, and the results of ambition.

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6. Blade Runner (1982)

What Space Movie Came Out In 1992
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Blade Runner (1982)

Another Ridley Scott masterpiece, the original Blade Runner follows Deckard (Harrison Ford), who is sent to Earth to look for Replicants that have escaped. The moment he falls in love with a Replicant woman, everything changes.

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7. Hidden Figures (2016)

What Space Movie Came Out In 1992
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Hidden Figures (2016)

The movie Hidden Figures is about three underappreciated NASA pioneers: Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer), and Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson). These three Black women accelerated the space race and helped put the first person into orbit. Are we astonished that women were responsible for one of NASA’s most notable accomplishments? Definitely not, but we still like to see it!

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8. Moon (2009)

What Space Movie Came Out In 1992
What Space Movie Came Out In 1992: Moon (2009)

The slow-burning film Moon is one you must see if you’re a fan of Sam Rockwell. Did I doze off in the middle? Sure. However, I was happy I did when I woke up and restarted. When a mishap forces astronaut Sam Bell (Rockwell) to have double vision, he is wrapping up a three-year deployment. When Rockwell encounters a copy of himself onboard, trouble results. I detest it when that occurs!

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