E.T. the Extra Terrestrial

This was an interesting one.

   After doing a little research, you can appreciate this film more. There was very little story-boarding, the shots were chronological, and the kids were left as kids. These give the film a spontaneous, natural feel. At the same time, it feels disconnected and


I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this film as much as I did.

   I mean, it’s an old movie about a giant (fake) man-eating shark and grossly exaggerated “data”. For someone who gets excited about facts, lighting and camerawork, this sounded less than thrilling. Allow me to explain what made