Released in 1982, “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” is a classic film made by Steven Spielberg. Recently, the film released a new trailer for the 40th anniversary of its release. In addition, the film will also be held in IMAX theaters for a week-long re-release from August 12 this year.
And in June 2002, the 20th anniversary of the film’s release, the film has been re-released once.
The film tells the story of a ten-year-old boy Elliott found an accidentally lost little alien, he quietly took in the little alien, and introduced him to his brother and sister.
The children are friendly with the alien, give him chocolates, take him to the countryside to look for traces left by his family and get excited about all the special features of the little alien.
Gradually Elliott and the aliens formed some kind of wonderful connection, crossing the barrier of verbal communication.
ET is taken into the lab and young Elliott falls ill.
Elliott also awakens to a spiritual calling and joins the rescue operation.
The whole film is full of childish fun and satire of the adult world. It is a classic children’s film. And this film has become a classic film in the history of cinema.
At the 1983 Academy Awards, the film received five nominations and four Academy Awards.