He is lost, he is alone, and he is 3 million lightyears away from home. An exta terrestrial is left behind, and he is befriended by a boy named Elliot, and his older brother Micheal, and his sister Girte. They call him E.T. They help E.T. try and go back home, and protect him from government scientist. E.T. is an instant classic film, and still is a strong film scince 1982. This is one of Spielburge's best work. This movie had outstanding performances by Henry Thomas, as Elliot. The most classic and the most famous part that the audience enjoyed when the film first came out the theaters was the flying bikes, where Elliot, Micheal, Tyler, Steve, and Greg were all flying high on their bikes, and the most tear jerking part was when E.T. left where his last words to Elliot was "I'll be right here." This movie had many favorite quotes like "Ouch", and like "E.T. phone home." E.T. is a spectacular film, and very entertaining. Steven Spielburge's directing was outstanding, and amazing, in a film where it isn't his type of movie. Overall E.T. is an outstnding, touching, enjoying, and tear jerking film where all will enjoy. Out of 5, it's a 5.