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Equilibrium, 12 Monkeys, Blade Runner, Dredd, Hunger Games, The Matrix, Minority Report, Running Man, Dark City, Terminator, Book of Eli, Children of Men, I am Legend, Mad Max, Planet of the Apes, and about a hundred others. It is pretty much my favorite sub-genre of sci-fi.
The End of Evangelion
(But I have to mention other great movies I seriously considered: Serenity, Brazil, Akira, Dark City, They Live, V for Vendetta, Equilibrium, Demolition Man, Battle Royale, Blade Runner, 12 Monkeys, Planet of the Apes, 28 Days Later, Sunshine, A Boy and His Dog, Moon, THX 1138, etc. Also, I'd like to give mention to "Code 46" as being the absolute bottom of the barrel for this genre, don't watch it.)
Just bought Dark City so I guess It's my favorite at this moment in time, haven't seen it for maybe 7 yrs dont remember much about it i remember there was something to do with clocks.... anyways about to pop it in hopefully its not crap.