I'm specifically asking about the film, not the comics.
Yes, absolutely. The film is set in 2038 in a post-apocalyptic future. The titular character's origin story suggests that he has been the victim of genetic experimentation and the (albeit largely unseen) "fate" computer is clearly a work of immense technical sophistication.
Any one of these features would be sufficient to render it on-topic.
I've never watched the movie or read the comics, but I don't see anything on IMDB or Wikipedia that suggests the movie as a whole would be on-topic, so I'd say no (unless it's specifically about a piece of future technology that happens to be in the movie). Any fictional technology is just movie flashiness and not enough to make it sci-fi.
Our current guidelines:
- If it's marketed as SF, it's on-topic.
IMDB says "Action | Drama | Thriller," Wikipedia says "Political Thriller." Nope
- If magic, futuristic science or technology, alternate history, or other sf-nal concept is an important part of the overall plot, it's on-topic. (Alice in Wonderland, Clockwork Orange, etc.)
If the plot summary doesn't mention any future tech, it's clearly not integral to the plot.
- If the question is specifically about an sf-nal element, even if it's only a minor part of the work, it's on-topic.
As I said, if the question is about a specific scifi piece of the movie, OK.
- If it's set in an on-topic universe, it's on-topic.
- If you're not sure it's SF but you think a good case can be made for it, it's on-topic.
I don't see anyone making a good case for it.
- If there is a minor supernatural element (e.g. a fortune teller's prediction comes true, or someone sees a ghost, or a story for children involving anthropomorphic animals) but it's just a throwaway plot element that's not particularly relevant to the question, it's off-topic.