Review: E.T. The Extraterrestrial (1982/PG)

We rode the ride at Universal Studios Florida, we’ve played the video game on the Atari 2600 (yes we still have an Atari 2600.) But how does the movie that all of these are based on still hold up after 30+ years, that’s right we’re talking about ET The extraterrestrial. The story of course is timeless this is back during the Golden age of Spielberg when he was cranking out such shit as Raiders of the lost Ark and producing such memorable films as back to the future. However the simplicity of a boy wanting a friend coming from the stars holds true to this day. In fact take out all the 80s technology references and you can still see how well this film holds up. Waterview the plot we all know the story it’s because it’s such a timeless classic that will recommend you watch it now on demand or in high definition which looks perfectly pristine in fact the original 1982 nine walkie-talkie version is available for streaming which itself is a sheer masterpiece.

On a scale of 1.0 to 5.9 it got a 5.7 out of 5.9