“The most amazing thing for me is that every single person who sees a movie, not necessarily one of my movies, brings a whole set of unique experiences. Now, through careful manipulation and good storytelling, you can get everybody to clap at the same time, to hopefully laugh at the same time, and to be afraid at the same time” (“Steven Spielberg Quotes”). As the inspiration for how many films are produced, Steven Spielberg is a director, producer, and writer. Having won 3 Academy Awards, several of his movies have set box office records, including Jaws and E.T. the Extra Terrestrial. Steven Spielberg revolutionized the film industry through unique camera work and new subject matters in movies.
“Use the force Luke” (Ben/Obi-Wan Kenobi). From the Star Wars comic books came the first Star Wars movie called The New Hope. Tons of people went to the movie theaters on the opening day of the movie. That is where the Star Wars universe became a big hit in the pop culture of Earth. The characters, action inside the movie, and the story plot helped make Star Wars
Mythological patterns appear everywhere in our day-to-day lives. All the way from the ancient stories told by our parents to the modern, digital entertainment we enjoy today, we cannot seem to escape one of the most common characteristics of myths: the stages of the hero’s journey. While most movies seem to portray these stages, none do it quite like the modern day film, Interstellar, directed by Christopher Nolan. In this breathtaking film, the character Joseph Cooper, portrayed by Matthew McConaughey, demonstrates multiple stages of the hero’s journey as he searches the universe for a new planet for the human race. Joseph Cooper’s insane journey begins with his call to adventure, a gravitational anomaly which conveys a message containing map coordinates leading to the secret, underground headquarters of NASA.
Even for a girl the film was seemingly interesting with constant action and no downtime whatsoever. The scientific film, released in 2013, is about monstrous sea creatures multiple times larger than Godzilla, known as the Kaiju, that destroy some of the largest cities of the world while taking the lives of thousands of people. Massive, almost defenseless robots known as Jaegers (German for hunter), are created and run by two pilots
Rick Yancey was the author of The 5th Wave. Rick Yancey is a writer who works on books for young adults. His books are usually fantasy, science fiction, and suspense. In the science fotion novel The 5th Wave, aliens invade the earth, bringing death and destruction in five well orginized waves. During the first wave, an EMP( Electromagnetic pulse) destroys all electronics on earth.
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. Although these movies are connected in their storyline, they also have many differences.
Although science fiction was becoming more of a reality, some connections were coming to life between ridiculous and ludicrous concepts. These concepts were becoming reality nowadays, like lately the video from the secretary of defense of the alien UFO. Some people are so certain that there are extraterrestrials in the universe and we are not alone. Others doubt that something could scientifically be living out in the universe, or that something can be as technologically as advanced as us.
Star Wars as all we know is a very famous movie series. There are a lot of different movies and books. If you don't know what Star Wars is, Star Wars is about "A long ago, in a galaxy far, far away," where a government called The Galactic Empire is taking over the galaxies and 1plants by conquering them, the New Rebuplic A.K.A the Resistance is fighting the Galactic Empire. After the Galactic Empire was defeated by the New Republic, many years later a new government called The First Order is creating a destructive weapon that is the size of a planet and it destroys planets with one press off a button. The weapon is called Starkiller Base, and here we were left in the Force Awakens.
The Martian is a book full of science fiction, suspense, and page-turning excitement. It also has lots of humor, and makes anyone who reads it laugh a lot. Mark Watney is trapped on Mars with a few hundred days of food and water. He also does not have any communication with Earth or his crew, and the next mission to Mars is four years away, and will take too long to get there. The theme of the story is the difficulty and isolation of being left alone.
It also causes mental illness in the beings. This again explains Britney 's erratic personality. The music video even has a scene with her visiting a planet inhabited by lightbulb aliens. It seems that she certainly has the interest and material to create a killer NASA anthem but it seems they already have one of their own. SPACE MUSIC
In that past, women have had a false image of sexuality, weakness, and self- consciousness. Now, women in today’s culture have taken on a new role, a much stronger role. Countless movies and television shows have powerful and inspiring female roles who deviate from female characters in the past. For example, Rey, from “The Force Awakens” in the Star Wars franchise shows several traits of a strong, independent woman who is fully capable of getting every job done herself. Rey is the perfect illustration of being the opposite of what Jean Kilbourne said women are.
Star Wars is a hugely popular science fiction film, featuring grand battles, alien species, and a mysterious energy called The Force. With seven films in the enterprise, Star Wars is a widely known collection of science fiction films. Following the Sci-Fi genre, Star Wars using far advanced technology throughout the film as common place. Though Sci-Fi films usually follow a more fearful approach to science and technology. Using this logic, Star Wars does not fit the typical Sci-Fi genre.