The motion picture starts in “Egypt, 1914,” that origin of human advancements as well as of innumerable awfulness and mysterious movies. Inside an old tomb, researchers assemble at the site of an occasion that occurred (we learn) hundreds of years prior. Four significant stones, speaking to the four elements, had been kept here until a spaceship, looking something like a furry streamlined pineapple, landed to take them away, one of its outsider creatures articulating in an electronically spoke with a softer tone, “Cleric, you have served us well. Be that as it may, war is coming. The stones are not sheltered on Earth any longer.” Deep foreboding opening signs constantly decline vigorously groupings. Be that as it may, “Element” slices rapidly to another unprecedented scene, New York City in the mid-23rd century. The advanced city, built at tremendous expense with huge, point by point models and impacts, is wondrous to see. It would appear that Flash Gordon crossed with those old Popular Mechanics covers about the flying vehicles without bounds. Towers move to the skies, yet living conditions are grungy, and a great many people live in little secluded cells where all the solaces of home are inside arm’s range.
Then, Earth is debilitated by a mammoth throbbing blazing protest that is dashing toward the planet at spectacular rate. “All we know is, it just continues getting greater,” one researcher reports.