The month of April, which comes with Earth Day, is a time when many people consider what they can do to help protect the environment.
Earth is a wonderful place to live, but it needs our help!
In recent years, the earth has had many problems with its natural resources and environments, such as pollution and deforestation. On April 22, more than one billion people celebrate Earth Day to protect the planet and raise awareness for a better place to live.
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Obviously, there are many ways we can inspire ourselves to save this planet, the earth.
But what better way than to grab some popcorn and enjoy the movies with your loved ones?
Here are five movies that will make you want to save the planet!
1. Wall-E ( 2008 )
Wall-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class) is a robot responsible for cleaning up an Earth filled with garbage. He meets another robot EVE, a high-tech robot that lands on Earth, and finds an organism that can help save the Earth. The two begin to form a bond and eventually fall in love. As a team, the two embark on an important journey that will change the fate of humanity
It is one of Pixar’s most remarkable films because not only does it bring little details together, but it also takes you on an incredible journey through the power of imagination!
Moreover, this magical film is suitable for all ages, especially for children, because it shows how important recycling is!
2. Finding Nemo ( 2003 )
The story of Finding Nemo is about the widowed clownfish Marlin and the blue tang Dory, who travel across the ocean to Sydney to find Marlin’s lost son Nemo.
On their way to rescue Nemo from a dentist’s office in Sydney Harbour, the friends confront deadly aquatic monsters such as sharks, anglerfish, and jellyfish. Meanwhile, Nemo, himself, and the other sea creatures plot a way to return home and live freely again.
Finding Nemo’s key message is about respecting sea creatures and their natural habitats. Not only can you enjoy the film with your children, but you can also teach them how to be responsible consumers.
Show the importance of the sea so that our little Nemo can live peacefully with his family and friends!
3. Avatar ( 2009 )
Avatar is the highest-grossing film in the world and the start of a long franchise with a strong environmental message. In James Cameron‘s CGI masterpiece, humanity has exhausted Earth’s resources and turned to other worlds for energy. Along with, a romance story of a former Marine and a native on the planet Pandora while exploring for unobtanium. In addition, the story shows that mining unobtanium to preserve his own planet would contribute to the destruction of another.
This iconic film by James Cameron will blow up your mind with its amazing visual effects !
4. Ice Age 2: The Meltdown ( 2006 )
The Ice Age 2 The Meltdown is a cheerful and entertaining family movie, but it does contain some more important environmental concerns, particularly about global warming.
The story is about Manny, Sid, and Diego setting out to find a safe haven as global warming threatens their once icy region with widespread flooding. Along the way, another mammoth, who thinks he is an opossum, joins the passengers on their treacherous journey.
It might be difficult to bring up the subject of climate change with children, but watching this movie will surely help them understand, be more aware of their actions and create a positive impact in the future.
5. War for the Planet of the Apes ( 2017 )
In War for the Planet of the Apes is a movie about an army of humans led by a ruthless colonel forces Caesar and his apes into a deadly conflict. After the apes suffer unimaginable losses, Caesar begins his own mythical quest for revenge for his kind. Afterward, Caesar and the Colonel face off in an epic battle that will decide the fate of both their species and the future of the planet.
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