3 science fiction films on Peacock that you must watch in November

In general, we tend to cast doubt on streamers when it comes to their film libraries. But there’s no denying the fact that the sci-fi selection on Peacock is terrible. For each Back to the futurethere are dozens of such low-budget schlock fests Atlantic Rim, Lord of the ElvesAnd Dino King. They’re all real movies on Peacock, but they’re not worth your time. And unfortunately, there’s nothing new on Peacock in November in the popular genre.

With so few options to work with, it can be challenging to find a sci-fi movie on Peacock that’s worth watching. But after a thorough search, we found the following three sci-fi movies on Peacock that you need to watch in November.

Freejack (1992)

Freejack cast.
Warner Bros. Pictures

In 1992, Freejack presented the idea that Anthony Hopkins’ Ian McCandless was too old to be romantically involved with Rene Russo’s Julie Rudlund. However, in 2013, Hopkins and Russo were cast as Thor’s parents Thor And Thor: The Dark World. Funny how things are sometimes. As for FreejackOne of the most memorable aspects of the film is that The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger stars as Victor Vacendak, a “bonejacker” from 2009 who is paid huge sums to snatch people from the past just moments before their deaths. that the super rich can have new bodies.

That’s why Alex Furlong (Emilio Estevez) was taken from the time of his death in 1991 to 2009, so he could become McCandless’ new body. For nearly two decades since his “death,” Alex’s fiancee, Julie, was employed as a McCandless executive at his company. And McCandless wants Alex’s body so he can finally woo Julie and escape death. Of course, Alex has his own ideas about maintaining control over his body, which is why he continues to run as Freejack in a world he barely recognizes as his own.

Watch Freejack on Peacock.

Communion (1989)

Christopher Walken in Communion.
New Line Cinema

Writer Whitley Strieber confirms that Communion is the true story of his experience with alien abduction. Viewers will have to make up their own minds as to whether that is true or not. 1989 adaptation of Communion starring Christopher Walken as Strieber.

Under Philippe Mora’s direction, the film reads more like a horror film than a science fiction tale. In it, Strieber becomes increasingly unsettled after he and his family experience what he believes to be an alien visitation during their vacation in the woods. To understand what happened to him, Strieber agreed to undergo hypnotherapy in the hope of uncovering the truth about what he saw and felt.

Watch Communion on Peacock.

Time Police (1994)

Jean-Claude Van Damme at Timecop.
Largo Entertainment

Can Jean-Claude Van Damme karate kick his own time? No, but he can – and does – do the splits Time police, which we still think is the best Van Damme film ever made. In this little-known adaptation Time police comic, Van Damme plays Max Walker, an agent of the Time Enforcement Commission, an organization that monitors and prevents attacks into the past that could change the future.

What Walker doesn’t know is that Senator Aaron McComb (Ron Silver) has used his supervisory position at TEC to send himself and his agents back in time to guide his younger self to the presidency. Ten years earlier, McComb’s men targeted Walker for attempting to thwart his plans, resulting in the death of his wife, Melissa Walker (Mia Sara). Now, Walker has one last chance to correct history and perhaps save the love of his life.

Watch Time police on Peacock.

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