The world of cinema has always been an irresistible charm to test all aspects extraterrestrials somehow denied to human knowledge, entertaining and rocking the audience with a pleasant, yet frightening sense of the unknown. We talk about a completely unknown unknown that's not all: what happens where oxygen and gravity fail there is now clear, thanks in part to those films in a position to answer the classic question from evening spent under the stars "what will be out there? ". Based on the cult of Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey" and getting to the baby "Interstellar", directors and writers over the years have managed to create a culture of pseudo-scientific theories would be even larger now able to disassemble. The films set in space make up the transition from the immediate and noisy daily to an unknown dimension and mysteriously hushed. It will be really well as we imagine? Perhaps this question we can never answer ... pending further discoveries we can not help but click play on the remote and continue to imagine them so those places, made of spaceships and Star Wars.

To pay tribute output in all the rooms of the new Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar", we have compiled a list of the 5 most galactic movie of all time, in all directions. Here they are:

#1 "Apollo 13- Ron Howard, 1995

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#2 "Armageddon" - Michael Bay, 1998

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#3 "Guerre Stellari: l'impero colpisce ancora" - Irvin Kershner, 1980

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#4 "Star Treck II: l'ira di Khan" - Nicholas Meyer, 1982

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#5 "Interstellar" - Christopher Nolan, 2014

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