WEIRDLAND: Top 10 Earth films

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Top 10 Earth films

10. The Day After Tomorrow
2004’s disaster blockbuster, “The Day After Tomorrow”, definitely gave its audience chills… But it was the effect of climate change and global warming that had one of the stars thinking about the film afterwards. According to Jake Gyllenhaal, who acted in the movie, “I think what this movie does is kind of show you the effects of that kind of attitude, and what could happen.”

Pixar’s 2008 animated creation “WALL-E” introduces us to a lovable robot whose name stands for “Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class.” WALL-E is programmed to clean the uninhabitable wasteland that Earth has become after humans have trashed the planet. And who could resist WALL-E’s lovable charm, and his love affair with fellow robot, Eva?
1. An Inconvenient Truth
With the 2006 documentary “An Inconvenient Truth” Al Gore tackled the serious effects of global warming. Al’s new green proposal to have 100 percent of America’s electricity come from renewable energy and carbon free sources is achievable within ten years. It won the former Vice President an Oscar.

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