Analysis Of The Book ' Book 2 ' From A Sci Fi ' Essay

984 Words Aug 26th, 2015 4 Pages
TERRATOO: RETURN TO EARTH #2 is a sci-fi, action script that explores man’s nature for war over peace. Solid themes about destiny, revenge, and freedom drive the plot, as well as saving humanity.
The highlight of this script is the presences of two resilient females that go up against each other. One represents good forces and one represents evil.
It 's refreshing to watch two powerful women. It’s their personal conflict towards each other that captures one’s interest. Their raging and intense animosity towards each other truly drives the plot.
The basic plot of the script has merit. Basically, a good-hearted, female fighter, destined to be a Captain, faces strong moral choices. The idea that she must stop a ruthless dictator from enslaving hundreds of villagers and seeks revenge for the death of a child has potential. The audience can identify with Beth’s need for vengeance.
Other sci-fi films have explored similar premises. However, keep in mind, the plot isn’t considered original or have a refreshing “hook,” nor currently, does it have a compelling ticking clock like it’s the end of time. These are features that a producer might look for.
The plot does offer a very intriguing twist when it 's revealed that the heroine was once a computer program that was given human life. It 's a nice setup for the exploration of man/human vs. machine/computer theme, character conflict and transformation.
There’s certainly a lot to like about the script, especially the women’s…

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