Suppose one has seen Gods of Egypt. For example, a movie starring Gerard Butler as Set. Also, late Chadwick Boseman (Thoth) in the storyline of the throne from a previous king of the Egyptian Empire and spreads terror throughout.
Here is a list of movies that belong in a similar genre of Gods of Egypt.
A Space Odyssey (1968)
Here is a movie from 1968 A Space Odyssey. The film revolves around a classic “stargate” opening about human evolution. For example, the entire history of human evolution and how it’s been helping along the way of today’s progress. In this case, the movie is full of epic scenes that note the scope of human imaginations.
THX-1138 is a film bringing back the bleak, sterile, and depressing storyline. Further, the movie focuses on the storytelling of a future underground dystopia where sex and love are forbidden and the citizens. Additionally, these citizens are purposefully giving drugs to slave labor, kept in line by a harsh, never-seen totalitarian regime. For example, the movie shows an imagery stark and claustrophobic design with a minimalistic unique, unsettling world.
Here is an adaptation of a novel by Polish sci-fi author Stanislaw Lem. The film is out in 1972, showcasing a space station crew. In this case, the crew is going mad from their proximity to the title sentient planet. For example, the movie is all about eerily beautiful imagery, deep cerebral concepts about memory, reality, identity, and time.
Altered States (1980)
Altered states are about science, mysticism, religious imagery, sex, and hallucinatory effects from 1980. For example, the protagonist of the movie is regressed first into the body of a primitive hominid. Further into a primordial form of sentient matter, until he begins to devolve out of reality itself unless he can stop.
Here the movie is predominantly out in the world that existed before cable, streaming, the Internet, and social media suggested by Videodrome. In this case, one sees how the absorption of self into media caused adverse effects on humans. For example, Cronenberg, creator of the movie, examines reality and fiction cult-like effects through the lens of video game culture.
A tale from 1997 Cube is a science fiction movie. Here the film shows a little group attempting to find its way out of the mathematically designed structure. For example, the grouping is disturbed as they cannot reach the findings of the design. At the same time, the purpose of the cube remains out of reach. In this case, a perfect portrayal of a layer of cosmic mystery.
Pi is a movie starring Sean Gullette playing Max. In this case, the protagonist is a socially inept, paranoid math genius who accidentally stumbles upon a 216-digit number, for example, trying to predict the stock market—further leaving the viewer’s head spinning with its Jewish mysticism and world finance mix of ideas.
Dark City (1998)
Here is a movie about philosophical underpinnings and unforgettable visuals. He is further exploring John’s storyline, the protagonist who awakens in a hotel with no memory and learning that he is wanted for a series of murders. However, he is surprised that a group of aliens called the Strangers are controlling the city.
The Matrix (1999)
A mind-boggling movie of all time The Matrix. In this case, the film has a concept that the world is living in a simulated reality. Simultaneously, our bodies are using to create energy for the sentient machines that rule over us. However, the two sequels unravel the truth, perception, and identity of thought-provoking sci-fi action films.
Donnie Darko (2001)
A tale by Writer/director Richard Kelly about time travel, destiny, and memory. Here the movie shows Donnie Darko, an awkward teenager. In this case, he is befriending Frank, a figure in a bunny costume. At the same time, he informs Donnie that the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes, and 12 seconds.
In conclusion, the enlisted films represent historical period drama including science fiction. Above all are the movies hand-pick in action, thriller, adventure, epic, and fantasy. So, then why wait? Just grab a tub of popcorn and begin the binge-watching session for everyone who seems to enjoy Gods of Egypt.