RAM, an Academy Awarded, analysis
Today’s post is a little informal; I hope everybody enjoys the presence of RAM analysis in the movies. RAM, an Academy Awarded, analysis!
The concept on RAM analysis keeps crossing our lives in so many instances that sometimes it is hard to catch it.
Consider this: The number of times you come across a time travel sci-fi movies where the main character goes back in time and changes the course of history?
This is RAM analysis! It’s akin to placing ourselves in the future, empowering us with the knowledge and understanding of how the events will impact in our lives.
A few examples:
Back to the Future – the ground breaking adventure that stands as (in my humble opinion) one of the most successful and exciting trilogies ever! Starring the outstanding Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd. The popular Back to the Future literally changed the future of the adventure movie genre. Powered by innovative special effects (remember the phenomenal Delorean?), unforgettable songs and non-stop action, Back to the Future is an unrivalled adventure that stands the test of time. The film immerses the audience in all the action, comedy and movie-making magic of one of the most brilliant motion picture ever. The story is about Marty McFly, a classic American teenager of the Eighties, who is accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-fantastic DeLorean “time machine” invented by a (slightly crazy) scientist. During his often comical, always amazing trip back in time, Marty must make certain his teenage parents-to-be meet and fall in love otherwise he cannot get back to the future.
Does it sound familiar? Someone trying to force a desired “event” so that he gets the future he wants?
Butterfly effect – This science fantasy psychological thriller film starring Ashton Kutcher refers to the butterfly effect, a popular hypothetical example of chaos theory. The butterfly effect demonstrates how small initial differences may lead to large unforeseen consequences over time. The story goes like this: a 20-year-old college student Evan Treborn has the ability to travel back in time to inhabit his former self (What? He basically can force his adult mind to inhabit his younger body). This gives him the ability to change the present by changing his past behaviours.
What?! Totally RAM analysis!
RAM analysis presents everybody the opportunity to visit the future and make informed decisions in the present!