That's a really tough question. It's been a while since I've seen it, but The Lost Room had a happy ending. It's not the usual type of sci-fi, more of an interesting, and odd story.
Yeah, it was pretty good.
Science Fiction is about speculating the possibilities of the future, not about giving you a warm & fuzzy feeling with a strawberry on top.
Because they wouldn't be worth discussing any other way.
Nope, I mean the idea of a good outcome just isn't worth discussing for most science fiction fans. All of the people wanting a good outcome already have their genres, we call 'em: superhero, romance, & comedy.
I think it's quite fair, but then again I'd rather live in the average dystopian any day compared to most utopian futures.
Yes, but there's still choice, the ability to fight and defend, and the human factor of difference. No such concepts exist in any utopian future.
I deleted to edit my lines... anyhow... because dystopians show both the good and bad sides as to what humans are capable of, not utopians. The very idea of a utopia I find repugnant.
Oh, well I didn't understand what you were asking then.
That's no fun