One of them must be “Blade Runner in its many varied and excellent versions. This film is what sci-fi is all about. Instead of wasting time on gratuitous blood squirting, the story is much deeper with not only a message but a question.
“Early in the 21st century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced Robot evolution into the Nexus phase – a being virtually identical to human – Known as ‘Replicant.’”…Replicants were used Off-world as slave labor …Replicants were declared illegal on earth …Special police squads – Blade Runner Units – had orders to shoot to kill …”
This was not called execution. It was called retirement.
The film from beginning to end is treated with an overlay of original musing by the renowned Vangelis. In many films music can be a distraction or is needed to enforce spooky scenes. In this film the music is more of a co-character.
One image that staid with me is of Daryl Hannah with her fancy eye shadow.
It is now possible to see the many variations of this film based on the novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sleep” by Philip K. Dick.