I've never seen Revolution but I saw the trailer. The blackout scenario where these guys want to get rid of the people posing to be the government. Interesting, maybe our public tv here in NZ will broadcast it sometime.
Z Nation, sorry it was just an expression towards Zombie flicks, but I did watch the trailer of Z Nation on Youtube which had a lot zombies and action to keep the audience on edge of their seats. You know the worst thing I hate is when the advertisements come on. If I had a shotgun next to me I'd blast the TV to bits. Thats the frustration with public TV anyway, the damn Ads. A touch of comedy in a sci-fi does allow the characters to expose their more human sides.
Independence Day, yeah I think I prefer more serious and grown up type of sci-fis, and a lot of action of course. Will Smith's acting was great though
You know the sci-fi movie "Oblivion" thats the best movie I have seen Tom Cruise act in. Most of his movies hes just playing with the girls, not an action man trait in my books anyway.
Terminator does lack quality after the third episode. No new technological ideas and stuff. I like Arnold acting, hes perfect for his character.
Deep space Nine was a bit too stagnant for me because they just lived on a space station. They also got to talky and emotional, I like a lot of action. I preferred them traveling through space on their starships. I really liked Voyager, great acting and actors, some interesting stoy-lines.
But I think it is more a personal preference to what one likes in sci-fis, our own personalities, predjudicies and aspirations. A great way to escape the pains of todays world though, put your feet up, relax and enjoy...