The Martian Us as teenagers may at the first look at the movie The Martian and think its science related. The Martian is about these five astronauts that go to Mars, after they are there for a while a huge storm happened. An antenna goes through one of the members Mark and he died. At least that's what they thought. The rest of the members leave Mars.
10 years later, The Cloverfield Paradox was released. This movie is meant to be the prequel to Cloverfield and sets up how the entire incident in New York happened. Within the movie we see that a group of scientists from around the world board a spacecraft and head to space. There, they try and figure out how create a sufficient unlimited power source to save the Earth from power depletion. In order to create this power source, the scientists fire up this machine that accidentally create this portals to other dimensions, and as a result, the monster in Cloverfield is able to transport onto the Earth and wreak havoc on New York City.
Wilson describes the twenty-year long process where scientists seek to break open the force field of the artifact and learn of its true nature and reason for its location. When everything fails, they use their last plan of attack which is bombarding it with nukes until only dust remains. Its purpose was never determined as it was soon rendered inoperable by humans, an artifact that withstood the nature of the moon and its forces for an insurmountable time. Wilson provides his own interpretation of the importance of the pyramid. He thinks that the sentinel is one of many placed throughout space by an extremely technologically advanced race in order to keep tabs on the evolution of other aliens.
Ray Bradbury’s 1950 dystopian novel, The Rocket is a short science fiction classic based on a man who fantasizes of travelling to space. This futuristic tale communicates, how anyone is authorized to travel to space without any prior experience and preparation on how to operate and navigate a rocket. The story of the The Rocket, is based during a more advanced time in the future as anyone at that time is able to fly to space as long as they have money to support their trip, the protagonist is a father, named Fiorello who wants to bring his family to space, but to do that he must save a lot of money as the trips are far too expensive, nobody believes that he will be able to accomplish this task and even when people are that it’s impossible
The Kulusks have received the prophecy that foretells that a people will arise from an uncivilized world to destroy their civilization. The Kulusk Maxum who goes by the name Kie Ritchen is determined to fight, and releases the virus Terinolice onto the city’s main station. All the people in the Millmum Capitol Station and the Osguards are on their death throes with their only hope Juanita Genesis-Clark who goes by the pseudonym Osguard 55. She needs to travel cross the Galaxy from Earth and meet a man who has the antidote for the virus. However, it will not be so easy to get the antidote, given that the man is a Kulusk.
The system has been made up of these laws passed by the leaders of Krypton. Two Kryptonians Jor-El and his wife Lara have gone behind the leaders back and have given birth to one of the first non-genetic baby boys named Kal-El. Looking at the bigger picture, Krypton was at a low point and was soon to face destruction. General Zod, who is Kal-El’s brother, becomes aware of the situation and seeks dictatorship to take control of the entire planet. Refusing to join and follow his
Cold War and Arms Race What all took place in the cold war and the arm race? The cold war was nations trying to get to the moon and making the first atomic bomb. The US won, we were able to make the first atomic bomb and to put the first man on the moon. The atomic bomb was called “Manhattan Project” it was a secret project for developing the atomic bomb. We beat Russia and Germany in developing the bomb.
This is one of the most outrageous movies on the filmography of Tim Burton. Probably he hasn't produced a movie so strange since his debut, still this one of those pieces in his repertoire that don't fit in. Still, as wacky as it is "Mars Attack!" is an interesting comedy and a critic of the world at times of crisis. President James Dale of the United States and his right-hand man, Jerry Ross discover that an army of Martian UFOs are hovering around the Earth, and everyone has a different response.
One day, his father drives him across the surface to see the Earth, shiny with lethal radiation. "...with an evil phosphorescence" ( Page 165). The father tells Marvin that Earth was destroyed in a nuclear war. The colony is the last vestige of humanity, but without a goal to fight for, the colony will die." But unless there was a goal, the Colony would lose the will to live" (Page 166).
The movie depicts the story of a superhero family, who, reduced to a 1950’s nuclear style family, struggles to adjust to an average life. Although upon further inspection, the film shows traces of a Marxist perspective as the supers find themselves pitted against the non-supers, who are battling for power; it coincides with Karl Marx’s ideas of the proletariats rising up against the bourgeoisie. The villain, Syndrome, even states that his goal is to provide the technology “so that everyone can be superheroes… And when everyone’s super, no-one will be.” This line shows the effort of the villain rising up against those who have what he does not, real power. These efforts can be further tied into the idea that Syndrome is a representation of a terrorist, attempting to rise up against the “superpower” that is the United States. In cartoons, we always expect the superhero to save the general populace and country from extreme evil; they have power and therefore they are inherently good.
Main Point 2: 1970’s film Beneath the Planet of the Apes tells a story about a new character who is sent on a rescue mission looking for Taylor and his crew. a. Sub Point: Basically, main character Brent crash lands at the same time and place as the previous film and takes a journey from the Ape Village to the Forbidden Zone where he finds Taylor. He also finds intelligent humans the live beneath (hence the title) that possess telepathic powers in direct result from the nuclear war that is said to have led to the reason of why Apes are now the dominant creature. b. Sub Point: This movie is all shades of fucked up. Not the best sequel and it ends with Taylor detonating a nuclear bomb that destroys the planet of the Apes.
The fiction novel, “The Knife of Never Letting Go” by Patrick Ness focuses on a boy named Todd Hewitt and a girl named Viola. Some background knowledge before beginning to explain the main plot is how the story starts off in a dystopian place, named New World. In New World, all women were supposedly killed off ten years earlier during the war. As a result of the Spackles, the aliens the people of New World fought against during the war, a disease known as the Noise, infected all people of New World. This disease basically made it so whatever a man or animal is thinking, will come out, into the open , in either words, pictures, or voices.