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Guest, I think the best match in Crow T Robot's link above would be the Korean pseudo-anime film Space Transformers (AKA Micro-Commando Diatron-5) from 1985, where Ivy, a special girl who protects the universe, is infected with bacteria and a special team is shrunk down and injected into her to battle it. The entire movie is currently available on Youtube ...
It's "V" from the eighties and a reboot in the nineties
Is it Tremors (1990)? "Natives of a small isolated town defend themselves against strange underground creatures which are killing them one by one." It's got the underground creatures who are terrorizing a town, including a teenage boy, shown in second picture below
Sounds like Control Factor from 2003 with Adam Baldwin and Elizabeth Berkley. From Wiki: insurance salesman Lance Bishop hears a voice in his head urging him to murder his wife. When he discovers he has become part of a government mind-control project, he and others similarly being experimented on fight back. He shoots his wife, but it turns out the ...
That is Nathan Fillion. The screen shot seems to be from his role of Captain Malcolm Reynolds from the show Firefly. He has played other roles, including a starring role in the show Castle, and the cult favorite Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.
That's Nathan Fillion. Best known from Castle and Firefly.
It should be one of Ray Bradbury's stories - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Martian_Chronicles_(TV_miniseries). The planet was Mars, and Martians tried to manipulate them by using their memories. A second mission is launched and the "Zeus II" crew lands on Mars in April 2000. To their amazement the crew (astronauts Arthur Black, Sam Hinkston and David ...
This sounds like the academy award winning and science fiction disaster film: Independence day. As for the scene you saw, I don't think you really remembered well. What happened is: The president launched his aircraft into the center of the alien weapon in a suicide attack, annihilating the ship. Hiller and David, who have discovered the aliens ...
Gorchestopher H did a decent job of explaining how they differ. I think how they differ is fairly obvious. If you want a good example of them combined, I would recommend the movie Event Horizon. Star Trek is sci-fi because it is science fiction, but it is not scary. The Ring is horror because it is scary, but it does not contain sci-fi. Event Horizon ...
This sounds like John Doe, which aired from 2002 to 2003, and is about a man who wakes up with amnesia, and uses his special abilities/knowledge to help solve crimes while being tracked by The Phoenix Organization. From wikipedia: I woke up in an island off the coast of Seattle. I didn't know how I got there ... or who I was. But I did seem to know ...
I am pretty sure you're describing Wing Commander (1999). The people who could make space jumps by heart/instinct are called "Pilgrims".
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