Man is (almost) destroyed by his creation movie list.
As there seem to be a lot of movie fans here, and even a few cinema buffs too, I'd like to ask youse if I've left any off. So . . .
Have I left any off?
Frankenstein 1931 >
Forbidden Planet 1956 >
The Fly 1958 >
On the Beach 1959 >
The Time Machine 1960 >
Fail-Safe 1964 >
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 1964 >
2001 a space odyssey 1968 >
Colossus: The Forbin Project 1970 >
Omega Man 1971 >
Soylent Green 1973 >
Westworld 1973 >
Blade Runner 1982 >
WarGames 1983 >
The Terminator 1984 >
C.H.U.D. 1984 >
The Quiet Earth 1985 >
Miracle Mile 1988 >
Jurassic Park 1993 >
Matrix 1999 >
The 6th Day 2000 >
I, Robot 2004 >
Idiocracy 2006 >
I Am Legend 2007 >
I can't think of any.
The Postman (1997)...............
Soylent Green, 1973, with Charleton Heston.
Omega Man, 1971 with Charleton Heston.
Planet of the Apes, 1968, with Charleton Heston.
"The Quiet Earth" - An experiment to create a global energy grid has an unfortunate side effect — almost all of humanity is wiped out, and the few survivors realize the effect is going to recur soon, wiping out the last remaining people.
"Miracle Mile" - There's a huge nuclear holocaust, and it certainly looks as though the last survivors are toast at the end of the film
I don't think The Lord Of The Rings really qualifies. But then again I'm a Tolkien freak.
Dr. Strangelove. Kind of a lighter version of Fail Safe.
The Andromeda Strain.
Possibly, World War Z if the virus was man made.
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