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While I was changing my TV channel, I stopped at a channel where movies that were blockbusters happen but yesterday, at that time I started watching E.T the Extraterrestrial. How to forget this movie that was successes in the cinema.
This is a film that begins in a forest with some scientists conducting studies, near that place an unknown object had landed, but when the aliens noticed that there are humans run to the ship and leave, but one of them is lost in the woods.
Near that forest is the house of a boy whose name is Elliot, at that time he goes out to buy a pizza, he finds the alien, Elliot takes him to his house and keeps him hidden from his family. From there that child manages to keep that great alien hidden, makes to stay at home, to play and watch TV with his E.T.
This movie was released in 1982, it was one of the first movies with great effects, that story is based on an Spielberg autobiography showing his childhood, his parents' divorce, from there he had an imaginary friend with him.
In turn Atari created a game with this peculiar friend, his goal was to find and build a phone, so that E.T. I could go home. But this game did not get its popularity. Other video games created were in: PlayStation, PC and Game Boy Advance and Nintendo GameCube by the company Kemco.
After 20 years she was taken to the big screen again with some modifications, not in its history but in its effects. E.T. he meets Elliot again, but Elliot is no longer a child, he already has a family, that is thanks to a commercial made by the Xfinity company, in commemoration of thanksgiving.
She was awarded at the Oscar awards:
- Sound effects.
- Special effects.
- Best film.
This movie contains the great friendship that was created between Elliot and the extraterrestrial, one of my part of the film that looks at those great effects is to see how they make the bicycle fly and see the glow of that great moon.
- Henry Thomas
- Pat Welsh
- Robert MacNaughton
- Drew Barrymore
- Dee Wallace
- Peter Coyote
- K. C. Martel
- Sean Frye
- C. Thomas Howell
E.T. He was a friend who could be the brother I never had and a father I didn't feel I had anymore. Steven Spielberg