First there was Star Trek the tv series that was cancelled and there was such an uproar the network brought it back. Now they’re making episodes into movies and they’ve moved forward by generations.
Then in 1977 a movie called Star Wars.
Loved the first one like so many movies before their sequels.
Flash to now and JJ Abrams has lassooed the Star Wars franchise, beginning with Star Wars The Awakening. Looks like a money maker but for me, I think it was 1979 when the second Star Wars movie was anxiously awaited. And I was was disappointed and became moreso with each following sequel.
Star Trek, inspired a lot of people. And its success spawned movie sequels and jobs for generations which continues today.
We refer to things and people today as brands, you, your dog or your company represents a brand. I don’t accept the idea of branding because if you allow it you lose your free thinking.
Star Wars. In this case,
a galaxy far away and not in our time, fantasia of events, fascinating adventure….
Just…. not true.
Yet millions the world over have loved Star Trek and Star Wars. Inspiring adventures of the future. Notice in many science fiction movies gravity control is obviously how the alien craft works but is never referred to, it just happens.
Howard Hawkes made the original The Thing
In 1980 John Carpenter made the first remake with Kurt Russell and a first class team of players.
But for me the most gut wrenching movie was Alien.
When the alien baby came out of that guy’s chest I was sitting in my car with friends at a Drive In Movie drinking beer, smoking a joint and watching the movie. We were all creeped out by that.
Some flying craft in those movies appear to be operating by gravity control. How does it work? Well, the device that powers gravity control looks sort of like this.
The above is from Isaac the Artist in San Francisco. For a guy who has no concept of what I’m telling him he created a good example of how it really looks.
Let’s make a movie about gravity control.
Look for two movie trailers for
The Quest For Gravity Control
might be fun