Top 10 Epic Final Battles in Sci-Fi Movies

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These science fiction movies didn’t just end in a bang, but had epic grand-scale battles to conclude their stories! WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Final Battles that Concluded Science Fiction Movies! But what will take the top spot on our list? Will it be from “Star Wars”, “Aliens”, or “Terminator 2: Judgement Day?” Watch to find out!

#10. Wikus vs. Venter from “District 9” (2009)
#9. Kaiju vs. Jaegers from “Pacific Rim” (2013)
#8. Aerial Battle from “Independence Day” (1996)
#7. Neo vs. Smith from “The Matrix Revolutions” (2003)
#6. Battle for Pandora from “Avatar” (2009)
#5. Snowy Mountain Battle from “Inception” (2010)
#4. Fury Road Chase from “Mad Max: Fury Road” (2015)
#3, #2, #1 ?

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Epic Final Battles in Sci-Fi Movies

  1. Shout to the Movie that came out in my Birth year. Suck it, this YouTube Content creator shares the same year as Star Wars VI does

  2. The final battle in Avatar was James Cameron realizing there was no logical way for the Navi to win so he just said “fuck it” and had them pull some mystical nature magic bullshit as an ex machina

  3. Neo vs Smith from the first one! The third looked like two fuckin DBZ fight. Dislike! Ugh! Use your brain, WM! And the sequels shouldn’t have existed in the first place! Stupid Warner Bros.

  4. Say what you want about the prequels. and without underestimating the battle of Endor, but the epic battle definition is the third act of Revenge of the Sith … Anakin Versus Obiwan; Sidious versus Yoda, the annihilation of almost all the Jedi … how could they leave that out?

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