In praise of "E.T. -- The Extra-Terrestrial," released 25 years ago on June 11, 1982

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Pauline Kael unusually OTM:

Steven Spielberg's movie is bathed in warmth and it seems to clear all the bad thoughts out of your head... This fusion of science fiction and mythology is emotionally rounded and complete; it reminds you of the goofiest dreams you had as a kid, and rehabilitates them. It puts a spell on the audience; it's genuinely entrancing.

Why didn't the screenwriter, Melissa Mathison, do much after this? (Maybe investing all that time in a marriage to Harrison Ford wasn't worth it.) She's got six other credits, most notably The Black Stallion (before) and lastly Kundun ten years ago.

Charles Taylor, understanding the film as NOT sentimental:

Spielberg's movies, despite the way they're often characterized, are not Hollywood idealizations of families and the suburbs. The homes here bear what the cultural critic Karal Ann Marling called "the marks of hard use." The furniture is functional and beat-up, and might have a few unmade payments left to go. The garages carry the detritus of a hundred forgotten projects. Toys and laundry never seem to get picked up. The TV jabbers in the background. The phone keeps ringing. Kids and their friends are always underfoot. Controlled chaos carries the day.

Also, the best trick-or-treat sequence since Meet Me in St. Louis.

When did you first see it? and don't pretend you didn't love it. Me, at the now-defunct Bay Cinema on 32nd and 2nd in Manhattan with my mom and sis in June or July of '82. Bawled through the last reel (as I have on two subsequent viewings).

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 13:38 (twelve years ago) link

It wasn't released in the UK until much later, as was the case in those days. My first viewing was a pretty ropey pirate copy round at my friend's house in, I think, November '82.

Venga, Monday, 11 June 2007 13:42 (twelve years ago) link

I first saw it in maybe January or February of 83, I was about to turn 13. We queued up twice to see it, on two separate occasions. The first time, we didn't get in and we had to go next door and see Raiders of the Lost Ark instead (clever cinema), and I distinctly remember sulking all during the ads and vowing to hate this stupid film. I have never been so wrong about anything, ever.

Then we went back a week later and saw ET and I cried and cried, but I remember this small kid who wailed when ET was dying, shouting out in the cinema and everything. His mother took him out and I saw them go past me and then met them in the bathroom afterwards, and I remember thinking how awful it would be to have missed the rest of the film.

accentmonkey, Monday, 11 June 2007 13:43 (twelve years ago) link

It wasn't until it was on actual television in maybe 86 or 87 that I saw it, which was really perfectly timed as I was almost the same age as Elliot, and it may have been one of the first films I saw where a child was in the center of the action and danger; it was, at least, the first one that made such an impression on me.

It's sort of sad to think Drew Barrymore has never been as good in any other movie since then.

nickalicious, Monday, 11 June 2007 13:59 (twelve years ago) link

http://www.reelfilm.com/images/macandme.jpg

dell, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:02 (twelve years ago) link

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kenan, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:07 (twelve years ago) link

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Jimmy The Mod Awaits The Return Of His Beloved, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:16 (twelve years ago) link

I saw it with my sister (?) and my Dad in the 2-screen (?) place on the West side of 2nd b/w 67-68 that I think had a different name then (where my sister and I also later saw BTTF1 with my great-aunt). I don't remember when, but it wasn't immediately after it came out, and might have even been (late?) Fall or winter. Don't think it made any particular impression, and I don't think I've had any desire to see it since. I guess I liked it well enough and might have gotten a kick out of the flying stuff, but I'm sure I didn't like it as much as The Black Stallion (or The Black Hole). The suburbs seemed about as alien to me as ET.

gabbneb, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:18 (twelve years ago) link

I saw it on pirate vid too. and bawled my eyes out at the end.

Ste, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:22 (twelve years ago) link

i'm pretty sure i was the one pushing to see it tho

gabbneb, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:22 (twelve years ago) link

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kenan, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:32 (twelve years ago) link

http://www.seanbaby.com/nes/egm01.htm

kenan, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:33 (twelve years ago) link

First movie I saw in cinemas! A+++

G00blar, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:39 (twelve years ago) link

i also saw this on dodgy pirate video very early on; my dad sold the movie to me as a space film, like star wars; by the end, as the film had left me bawling and sobbing and generally inconsolable, i felt a little betrayed.

when it came out at the cinema in the UK, my friend and his family took me to see it at the now defunct ABC in wimbledon, which had only one, massive screen (as opposed the three screen odeon over the road). at the end, i pretended to have fallen asleep, so i didn't have to admit the floods of tears it left me in.

stevie, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:48 (twelve years ago) link

Me too! First live action anyway - I think I had seen a couple of Disney cartoons. (xpost)

Hurting 2, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:51 (twelve years ago) link

Spielberg's movies, despite the way they're often characterized, are not Hollywood idealizations of families and the suburbs. The homes here bear what the cultural critic Karal Ann Marling called "the marks of hard use." The furniture is functional and beat-up, and might have a few unmade payments left to go. The garages carry the detritus of a hundred forgotten projects. Toys and laundry never seem to get picked up. The TV jabbers in the background. The phone keeps ringing. Kids and their friends are always underfoot. Controlled chaos carries the day.

This is true, and part of what's so affecting about it is the fact that it deals with a not-so-happy child and home situation.

WOTW was another example of an extremely UNidealized hero and setting.

Hurting 2, Monday, 11 June 2007 14:53 (twelve years ago) link

i saw it on pirate video when i was 5 or 6. the aliens arrival, ET throwing the ball back and the the guy in the radiation suit scared me.

blueski, Monday, 11 June 2007 15:03 (twelve years ago) link

saw it on opening night, having seen poltergeist on opening night the friday prior. I liked it, but then saw it again during the '85 re-release and distinctly remember being offended by the treacle. that may have been the difference between 11yo me and 14yo me, but in general his films haven't aged well. maybe I should see it again.

and "NOT sentimental" strikes me as an absurd thing to say about a spielberg film. just because he had some talent with suburban mise-en-scene doesn't make him cassavetes.

Edward III, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:00 (twelve years ago) link

oh, thank Jeezus, one Cassavetes was enough.

There ARE Spielberg films with treacle, ie his botch of The Color Purple. E.T. is not one of them.

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:06 (twelve years ago) link

(xpost: as Nick Cassavetes is making clear?)

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:07 (twelve years ago) link

what about his segment in twilight zone? I thought I saw syrup dripping off scatman crothers' sun-dappled dome.

haha cassavetes zings

Edward III, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:12 (twelve years ago) link

I last saw that in '83, but yeah I remember it being crap.

Anyway ... arguably greatest set of juvenile performances ever in E.T. Henry Thomas certainly 'deserved' a special Oscar as much as other kids who got one.

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:29 (twelve years ago) link

Saw it on opening night too and thought it was an intense pile of saccarin shit. There was nothing more I wanted than to see the Alien alien eat everyone involved.

Elvis Telecom, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:32 (twelve years ago) link

I was 10 years old in 1982. E.T. was the first movie I remember seeing at the drive-in; my parents took me and my younger sister and brother. I remember being really tired and also crying at the end. I haven't seen it again since.

Sara R-C, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:52 (twelve years ago) link

ah, Alien. In space, no one can hear you snore.

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 17:57 (twelve years ago) link

i saw this for the first time in english in 2002 or thereabouts, and i didnt love it. i think you have to have seen it as a kid to love it? before that my viewings had always been in german and i wasnt in love with it then, either.

i am heartless and without a soul

homosexual II, Monday, 11 June 2007 18:15 (twelve years ago) link

that's what great about alien! it's so slow. I think there are 10 words of dialog in the first 20 minutes.

once read an interesting interp of alien as extended family incest metaphor (oddly asexual and childlike ship's crew is attacked by penetrating monster whose exploits are enabled by a computer called "mother"). can't remember who wrote it, though.

xpost

Edward III, Monday, 11 June 2007 18:20 (twelve years ago) link

first movie i saw in the theater. i had just turned two.

i want little drew barrymore to be my sister.

gr8080, Monday, 11 June 2007 18:30 (twelve years ago) link

I rescreened it last year and posted comments on the Spielberg thread. They still apply:

Just rescreened E.T. a couple of hours ago; hadn't seen it since 1991. It appalls me that anyone can accuse this film of sentimentality. The post-'70s malaise has rarely been explored this cogently: kids using Star Wars toys to cope with Dad running off to Mexico with a young tootsie, and their attractive mother, still dumbfounded and barely surviving.

It's got a marvelous rapt quality. There are scenes that defy description (E.T.'s ravaged corpse being chewed on by raccoons; Elliott in the backyard waiting for the alien to appear); others approach comic bliss, like the biology class sequence, with a drunk Elliott kissing his crush in the manner of John Wayne in The Quiet Man.

Henry Thomas gives one of the most intelligent child performances in film history; it's unlikely that Drew Barrymore will ever top her slattern-in-the-making Gertie.

Great one-liners too ("How do you explain school to a higher intelligence?").

Alfred, Lord Sotosyn, Monday, 11 June 2007 18:54 (twelve years ago) link

I was 14, and I disliked it intensely; I haven't seen it since.

Also, the best trick-or-treat sequence since Meet Me in St. Louis.

John Carpenter's Halloween to thread.

J0hn D., Monday, 11 June 2007 18:57 (twelve years ago) link

Also, the best trick-or-treat sequence since Meet Me in St. Louis.

http://img168.imageshack.us/img168/959/cbgang8sp.jpg

J.D., Monday, 11 June 2007 19:21 (twelve years ago) link

I hated it as a kid too; the crying kids in the audience repulsed me. It was a particularly awful example of my trying to be better than the hoi polloi.

Alfred, Lord Sotosyn, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:31 (twelve years ago) link

maybe I should check this out again. Is there going to be any 25th Anniversary DVD or anything?

kenan, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:37 (twelve years ago) link

They did a 20th, so I sincerely hope not. No more digi-fiddling!

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:38 (twelve years ago) link

yeah good point

kenan, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:39 (twelve years ago) link

I've never seen this cuz ET scared me as a little kid. I have been on the Universal Studios ride and seen Mac and Me twice though. I would like to rent it but it may be too late.

A B C, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:44 (twelve years ago) link

I just remember as a kid figuring out that the spaceship came back for E.T. on my birthday.

One of the greatest discoveries I have found through the internet is that EVERYBODY hated that fucking video game. I thought it was just me.

Pleasant Plains, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:47 (twelve years ago) link

I've not seen Mac and Me, nor the film I noticed playing in an Eighth Ave porn house circa '83: E.T. the Extra Testicle.

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:49 (twelve years ago) link

Oh man I forgot all about the biology class scene! Every movie needs a moment like that, even if it is completely out of place.

nickalicious, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:51 (twelve years ago) link

Ew, digi-fiddling. Distasteful.

I had a pencil case that said "how do you explain school to a higher intelligence" on it. And several toy ETs. I did love that film.

accentmonkey, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:51 (twelve years ago) link

xpost

and a Quiet Man kiss.

How out of place?

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:52 (twelve years ago) link

It might be out of place in a movie like Hostel 2 haha.

nickalicious, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:54 (twelve years ago) link

fiddle about, fiddle about

kenan, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:55 (twelve years ago) link

I guess I was 12, saw it in the theater, loved it. Though that was a tough age to see it in a way because you're just starting to get a little cynical, so it was very easy to feel like you were above a movie like this. I went w/ my best friend at the time and he was crying at the end, and I'd never seen him cry before even though we'd been friends for a long time, so that was pretty uncomfortable. I felt really bad for him b/c I think he was embarrassed. For a 12 year old boy in those days, crying in a movie was not cool!

Mark Rich@rdson, Monday, 11 June 2007 19:59 (twelve years ago) link

I hated it as a kid too; the crying kids in the audience repulsed me. It was a particularly awful example of my trying to be better than the hoi polloi.

yeah I liked a lot of stuff that was popular at the time - just not this horrid manipulative movie with its phoned-in jokes ("lol school is dumb!") and total lack of cool shit like aliens that eat your head. fuck a feel-good-movie-of-the-summer

J0hn D., Monday, 11 June 2007 20:02 (twelve years ago) link

I didn't really realize that but we don't have feel-good summer movies anymore, do we? Just stuff-gets-blowed up action spectaculars and sequels sequels sequels.

nickalicious, Monday, 11 June 2007 20:03 (twelve years ago) link

I don't think I understood the idea of a movie being manipulative when I was 12, but then I was a late bloomer.

Mark Rich@rdson, Monday, 11 June 2007 20:04 (twelve years ago) link

appreciate the "the only way you can hate this movie is if you're a snob" bs tho Alf

J0hn D., Monday, 11 June 2007 20:04 (twelve years ago) link

oh, 'manipulative' nevah gets old. That goddamn Eisenstein.

I don't recognize the 'summer movie' as anything but a marketing concept.

Dr Morbius, Monday, 11 June 2007 20:05 (twelve years ago) link

"Can't he just b-beam up?"
"This is reality, Greg!"

mark s, Sunday, 6 November 2011 20:44 (eight years ago) link

one neat little dramatic reversal from earlier -- when the house is suddenly menaced from outside, a house that has comfily housed an actual-real alien for days, the intruding "monster" is... a human in a moon-landing-style spacesuit

mark s, Sunday, 6 November 2011 20:56 (eight years ago) link

Suggested E.T. to a friend for their Friday family film night, but it go nixed because it makes his wife cry. So instead I sneakily recommend The Iron Giant, which is not only also great but which is also basically E.T. Family loved it, wife left halfway because "she knew where this was heading."

Josh in Chicago, Sunday, 6 November 2011 21:51 (eight years ago) link

but it has a happy ending!

Number None, Sunday, 6 November 2011 21:52 (eight years ago) link

There's a look on Elliot's mom face when she watches the spaceship take E.T. home that is one of the best depictions of ecstasy in a film.

lumber up, limbaugh down (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Sunday, 6 November 2011 21:59 (eight years ago) link

And a great contrast to the shock and horror when she first sees Elliot and ET in the bathroom. That plus the sadness and disappointment on the siblings' faces -- like, how did you EXPECT your mom to react -- followed by ET'S despairing cry when she takes Elliot away and wont help him makes me tear up just thinking about it

i couldn't adjust the food knobs (Phil D.), Sunday, 6 November 2011 22:08 (eight years ago) link

haha when ET says "I'll always be here" I was totally expecting him to say "I'll be back" -- he even sounds a tiny bit like Arnie for a second.

mark s, Sunday, 6 November 2011 22:11 (eight years ago) link

so Spielberg recently announced the fact that he regretted Lucas-ing up ET. hoping we can get a blu-ray of the original film. i love it unreservedly.

circa1916, Sunday, 6 November 2011 23:21 (eight years ago) link

I had the videogame. Actually a friend had it and brought it over to show me, and ended up leaving it and not really wanting it back. I don't think i played it more than once.

Arrg, that fucking game. Played that thing 50 fucking times. I want that part of my life back.

Tarfumes The Escape Goat, Sunday, 6 November 2011 23:41 (eight years ago) link

i suppose I woulda hated it more if i ever played on the intermediate or hard levels.

Neanderthal, Monday, 7 November 2011 00:23 (eight years ago) link

one year passes...

Oh God this movie. Just switched it on and of course it's when they find sick ET and now I'm all in tears and WHY IS IT SO TOUCHING?!

Airwrecka Bliptrap Blapmantis (ENBB), Thursday, 4 April 2013 03:00 (six years ago) link

That scene where Michael is riding around looking for E.T. has one of my all-time favorite John Williams cues behind it:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGB3XSa5JtE

ARE YOU HIRING A NANNY OR A SHAMAN (Phil D.), Thursday, 4 April 2013 16:59 (six years ago) link

a while back a fb friend of mine went on a diatribe about how homophobic this movie was. his only evidence was 'penis breath.'

(The Other) J.D. (J.D.), Friday, 5 April 2013 00:35 (six years ago) link

Tell him to watch the silly new cut where they change that and the terrorist joke, and replace all the guns with walkie talkies, That'll make him feel better.

Josh in Chicago, Friday, 5 April 2013 01:50 (six years ago) link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0TfR9mgOiU

Josh in Chicago, Friday, 5 April 2013 01:51 (six years ago) link

ThoughtTraveler 11 hours ago
I wonder why this was not included in the film. I would have been a touching addition to the movie.
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Josh in Chicago, Friday, 5 April 2013 01:52 (six years ago) link

one year passes...

Richard Attenborough was a classy guy, by all evidence

“I went to see E.T. in Los Angeles shortly before all the awards and we used language, when we came out, to the extent of saying ‘we have no chance – E.T. should and will walk away with it’,” Attenborough said in a 2008 interview with the BBC. He called Spielberg’s movie “an infinitely more creative and fundamental piece of cinema.”

Of Gandhi, he said: “It’s a piece of narration rather than a piece of cinema, as such. E.T. depended absolutely on the concept of cinema and I think that Steven Spielberg, who I’m very fond of, is a genius. I think E.T. is a quite extraordinary piece of cinema.”

http://insidemovies.ew.com/2014/08/24/steven-spielberg-richard-attenborough/

son of a lewd monk (Dr Morbius), Monday, 25 August 2014 17:04 (five years ago) link

five years pass...

A sequel! It's a Thanksgiving miracle!

https://youtu.be/Pdgk3ERKdug

War Crimes Tribunal of the Network Stars (Old Lunch), Thursday, 28 November 2019 17:18 (two weeks ago) link

fucking hell

A victim managed to capture evidence of the gimp (bizarro gazzara), Thursday, 28 November 2019 17:43 (two weeks ago) link

I was 14, and I disliked it intensely; I haven't seen it since.

This is the perfect age for an adolescent boy to have this reaction to this movie!

I saw it in a theater as an adult. I could see how the magic was being done, because in order for it to do its work, it can't be effectively hidden, but I went along with it and experienced all the appropriate emotions at the appropriate scenes. Basically, it's a well-disguised Passion of Christ play, and that story has been tugging at hearts for millennia. In E.T. all the tiny parts fit together beautifully and snugly and operate at very high efficiency.

A is for (Aimless), Thursday, 28 November 2019 18:31 (two weeks ago) link

i guess last year's google home alone ad was a success

wasdnuos (abanana), Thursday, 28 November 2019 18:31 (two weeks ago) link

Henry Thomas rn

whatever they paid him it wasn't worth it

Pinche Cumbion Bien Loco (stevie), Thursday, 28 November 2019 22:20 (two weeks ago) link

I feel like people are not outraged enough by this. This is surely way worse than the Cats trailer, right? I guess the young people don't care.

trishyb, Friday, 29 November 2019 15:42 (one week ago) link

Dave Marsh gave the Michael Jackson-narrated E.T. Storybook five stars in The New Rolling Stone Record Guide. I suspect he was high on Thriller fumes, but I've always been curious to check it out.

Montgomery Burns' Jazz (Tarfumes The Escape Goat), Friday, 29 November 2019 15:59 (one week ago) link

this is cuntish

deems of internment (darraghmac), Friday, 29 November 2019 16:05 (one week ago) link

I don't care about e.t. so i'm not outraged.

It's a bad... commercial? showing off... the internet? It doesn't say anything about xfinity or Comcast, except that Comcast owns a bunch of companies.

wasdnuos (abanana), Friday, 29 November 2019 21:43 (one week ago) link

"damn, ellliotttttt... you... got... oooooooooold."

Fuck the NRA (ulysses), Friday, 29 November 2019 23:51 (one week ago) link

According to the biography Michael Jackson: The Magic and the Madness, written by journalist J. Randy Taraborrelli, the pop singer had shown an early attachment to the story of E.T. After a publicity photo shoot for the soundtrack album in which an animatronic robot of the extraterrestrial character hugged Jackson, the singer stated with wonderment, "He was so real that I was talking to him. I kissed him before I left. The next day, I missed him."[15] Jackson later revealed in the December 1982 issue of Ebony magazine—in which both he and E.T. appear on the cover—that he felt he actually was the creature during the album recording and shared his thoughts on why he had such a strong connection to the character:

"He's in a strange place and wants to be accepted—which is a situation that I have found myself in many times when travelling from city to city all over the world. He's most comfortable with children, and I have a great love for kids. He gives love and wants love in return, which is me. And he has that super power which lets him lift off and fly whenever he wants to get away from things on Earth, and I can identify with that. He and I are alike in many ways"[4]

omar little, Friday, 29 November 2019 23:58 (one week ago) link

cf herzog and baby yoda

Fuck the NRA (ulysses), Saturday, 30 November 2019 00:40 (one week ago) link

Dave Marsh gave the Michael Jackson-narrated E.T. Storybook five stars in The New Rolling Stone Record Guide. I suspect he was high on Thriller fumes, but I've always been curious to check it out.

my dad owned a copy, which I inherited. It is creepy AF. I used to cut bits of it into mixtapes back in my youth.

Pinche Cumbion Bien Loco (stevie), Saturday, 30 November 2019 19:44 (one week ago) link

it's a fucking commercial; I won't see it, so

a Mets fan who gave up on everything in the mid '80s (Dr Morbius), Saturday, 30 November 2019 21:56 (one week ago) link

But a Spielberg-approved commercial!

War Crimes Tribunal of the Network Stars (Old Lunch), Saturday, 30 November 2019 23:56 (one week ago) link

he's approved a lotta things I don't care for (Hillary Clinton)

a Mets fan who gave up on everything in the mid '80s (Dr Morbius), Sunday, 1 December 2019 00:27 (one week ago) link

saw this at the theater today, pretty amazingly bad. mac and me level! but then again, i guess there was this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv-Fcy6Aw10

tylerw, Sunday, 1 December 2019 00:36 (one week ago) link

really liked this new ET thing that people have been talking about.

DT, Sunday, 1 December 2019 00:51 (one week ago) link

I imagine (hope) that when I finally show them the actual movie they won't remember this commercial, but I was damn pissed to take my kids to see Frozen 2 today and have their introduction to ET (and iconic images like the flying bikes) be an xfinity commercial.

Lavator Shemmelpennick, Sunday, 1 December 2019 04:47 (one week ago) link

I'm not sure the original iteration of E.T. would really resonate with the kids of today, I mean the '80s version of the character didn't even seem to understand the intricacies of DVR-ing one show while watching another via one of the many streaming apps available to subscribers on the Xfinity platform. Our focus testing shows that young people only relate to fictional aliens that know how to navigate through On Demand menus with alacrity and a little swagger.

War Crimes Tribunal of the Network Stars (Old Lunch), Sunday, 1 December 2019 06:54 (one week ago) link

does E.T. get HEnry Thomas out of a DUI in this commercial

Jordan Pickford LOLverdrive (Neanderthal), Sunday, 1 December 2019 08:23 (one week ago) link

Who cares if it's an xfinity commercial or not? lol

DT, Sunday, 1 December 2019 08:28 (one week ago) link

this commercial is boomer-iagra

Yerac, Sunday, 1 December 2019 19:45 (one week ago) link

Gen X-stacy more like it

SQUIRREL MEAT!! (Capitaine Jay Vee), Sunday, 1 December 2019 20:00 (one week ago) link

boomer-iagra

Why would that be? Boomers sure as hell weren't kids when ET was released in 1982 and a lot of them didn't even have children, yet.

A is for (Aimless), Sunday, 1 December 2019 20:00 (one week ago) link

All the people going crazy about it/forwarding it seem to be boomers.

Yerac, Sunday, 1 December 2019 20:02 (one week ago) link

I never considered ET a kids movie? Wasn't it popular all around?

Yerac, Sunday, 1 December 2019 20:03 (one week ago) link

hmmm. maybe they're just old, bored, housebound, overly sentimental, and unimaginative, and therefore a perfect demographic for Comcast.

A is for (Aimless), Sunday, 1 December 2019 20:06 (one week ago) link

It was nominated for Best Picture.

It’s a family movie

insecurity bear (sic), Sunday, 1 December 2019 20:14 (one week ago) link


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