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The Love War (1970)

Aliens from two planets at war come to Earth, assume human form and continue their battle.

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Two different alien races are at war. Representatives of each race have landed on Earth to battle it out here, but they're being sneaky about it: They've taken human form and they can only spot other aliens through the use of special glasses. Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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10 March 1970 (USA)  »

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Hombres de otros mundos  »

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1.33 : 1
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Thank god for the internet!
10 July 2007 | by (Boston, Mass) – See all my reviews

Like most of the other comments I also saw this as a kid...I don't even think I knew it was a sci-fi movie at the beginning...but as they chased each other and fired their guns...I got very involved.

So I was excited to see it available for download on the internet! I don't want to start a discussion about downloads! I would have paid to obtain this movie thru normal channels (will if someone tells me where..seriously I feel that strongly about it...Tori Spelling maybe?) I didn't even think it was possible since I don't think VHS was even around back then. Any ways I set it to download...since its so rare it took 6 1/2 months (not kidding...I think only one other person was making it available) and this morning 5:47 est, to my surprise it had finished.

Like Indiana Jones holding a diamond....I pressed the "PLAY" button.

Yes I enjoyed it! The whole war issue it brings up is a great a conversation piece now as it was back then. It has lost nothing...

But the most important part for me! After 37 1/2 years later I get a second look thru those glasses! I can finally cross it off my list of things to do...seriously...I never thought I would see it again..but really wanted to...and now I have.

Just a trip to the moon and my list is complete and I can die a happy man...

...I really thought the trip to moon would be crossed off before I saw this movie again! (wink)


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