Tag Archives: Adulting

Adulting in Space

‘The Martian’ begins by showing a manned mission to Mars. The story truly begins when a storm hits the base camp, and threatens the integrity of the spacecraft. One of the crew members, Mark Watney, is blown away in the … Continue reading

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Adulting requires being on your own

Mark Watney, the main character of the movie, The Martian, is left alone by his fellow astronauts on Mars and has to fend for himself. Even though Watney is already an adult, the adjustment he had to make in order to … Continue reading

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The Long Way

source of photo Imagine being stranded on Mars. By yourself. Knowing that you will likely starve to death before rescue gets here. The movie The Martian talks about an astronaut Mark Watney’s journey on Mars and the challenges he conquers to … Continue reading

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Reflection of the movie–The Martian

I watched the fantastic movie called The Martian a year ago and learned a lot from it. This fictional film tells a story about the main protagonist, Mark Watney, who was left on Mars accidentally by his crewmates during a … Continue reading

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Becoming an adult is like being stranded on Mars, right?

Well, there Matt Damon goes again, getting terminally stuck on another planet (see: Interstellar). However, this time, he is not taking action against humanity. No, Damon as Mark Watney in The Martian comes to represent the capacity of man to … Continue reading

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Milestone of adulting is not limited to age–reflection of The Martian

I think The Martian is a great movie that can have positive effects on teenagers. Take myself as an example, whenever I feel like this is so hard and that there is no way for me to accomplish this, I … Continue reading

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Life on Mars and 365 Different Places

  When Hermes lifted off from the earth to perform Mars mission Ares III, one of the onboard NASA astronaut, Mark Watney (Matt Damon) wouldn’t have thought that he’s not going back with the rest of the crew. He was … Continue reading

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From Knowing to Doing

Picture courtesy of: https://teaser-trailer.com/the-martian-movie-clip/ Within the first few minutes of The Martian, Mark Watney (Matt Damon) finds himself stranded on Mars all by himself. After recognizing that the next Mars mission wouldn’t be for four more years, Watney realizes that … Continue reading

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The Little Engine That Could

The Little Engine That Could, by Platt and Munk, is a classic childhood picture book about believing in yourself. A circus group is in travel over a large hill to go perform when the large and spectacular train carrying them, … Continue reading

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Going Off to College is One of the Hardest Transitions

This film project has given our class not only the opportunity to strengthen and utilize our multimodal elements, but also take a deeper look on how we have adjusted to college on a personal level. Within our group, we hope … Continue reading

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