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Not always; example of a (successful) scifi movie that doesn't have a human as the (main) protagonist : Watership Down (film) –Wiki The film was an immediate success at the UK box office and has received a mostly positive critical reception, with an 82% 'Fresh' rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film was nominated for Hugo Award for Best Dramatic ...


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This probably depends on what you consider science-fiction or fantasy. The Lion King is a very successful franchise, with no humans in sight. There's even mystical elements in the first movie, where Simba sees speaks to his dead father. The reason movies tend to have humans in them is because it makes them relatable to us. In the first Ice Age film, there'...


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Well, cinema is the mirror of the society. In real life, police always come only after the case is filed or they are informed. That is why film producers also follow this ideology in films. Many filmmakers uses this time gap to add melodrama where hero saves heroine and his family and her father gives her hand to hero or death of some important ...



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