A – Z Challenge – Sci-Fi Films Z is for Enders Game

Hi there bloggies, I’ve been seeing some post warning me of an A – Z Challenge and I was curious. I’ve seen this around before but have never participated, for some mad reason I thought I would give it a go.

So here I am.

My theme is the A-Z of Scifi moves, I’ve not given this a great deal of thought and I know of a number but I won’t lie there’s some I will struggle with. I hope you enjoy them!

Z is for Ender’s Game

There’s a Z in this I promise – just don’t look for it!

Hostile aliens called Formics attach the Earth and only when legend Mazer (See there’s a Z!) Rackham can Earth take a victory. To find the next Mazer Col Graff (Harrison Ford) starts a military program – training young recruit in the tactics of war. One boy stands out – Ender Wiggin and Mazer Rackham take him on as his protege to prepare him take the war to the Formics.

This is a great film! I was being silly to include in Z but I had to have it in the list somewhere! Like any great Sci-Fi story it covers not just spaceships and blazing battles but some big ethical issues as well and like the greats there’s a big twist in the tale with another twist at the end.

The conclusion is not what you expect and leaves Ender with a huge responsibility.

With Y done that means Z is next… This is the last one!!!!





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15 thoughts on “A – Z Challenge – Sci-Fi Films Z is for Enders Game

  1. Good morning Simon, i hope, the you are having a wonderful day, well, i know what i’m going to watch on today’s evening😎

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  2. Yay, you’re at the last letter! I just re-watched this movie recently on Netflix and still like it. I didn’t know that this was based on a book until I watched the film. When I first watched it, I really liked it and the ending really threw me for a loop. That’s why I had to read the book which was a little slow but quite impactful. There are sequels to the book which I’ve been meaning to read, so Ender’s story continues πŸ™‚

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