Tristan Pollock reviews The Day the Earth Stood Still and other movie films that bring human nature to light
I recently watched The Day the Earth Stood Still. I'm a little behind on my movie watching as you could probably tell.
The movie made me think about how destructive the human race really is. Murder, war, environmental destruction and the list goes on. We may be the smartest animals on the planet, but it doesn't always show.
The Day the Earth Stood Still also reminded me of M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening, because of the main underlying meaning, humans are destroying the environment and themselves.
Overall, both of these films bring up a valid point. Can the human race change and become better at treating other humans, as well as the environment we live in, with respect? I think we can.
If more and more people can keep their minds open, work at finding solutions and help the big plan, this century will be the turning point. Every little bit makes a difference.
(P.S. I love M. Night and my favorite movies written by him are Signs and The Village and don't miss M. Night's upcoming film, The Last Airbender.
This post was originally published by Tristan Pollock on Blogger.