With problems appearing between FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, a dangerous conspiracy is starting to appear. A deadly virus, which appears to be of extraterrestrial origin has appeared, which could destroy all life on Earth. With the help of a paranoid doctor, Alvin Kurtzweil, Mulder and Scully must act fast in order to save everyone on the planet. Written by
Chris Carter's birthday is October 13th, i.e. 10/13. His production company, Ten Thirteen Productions, produced the film and the television series. On the original release of the movie soundtrack, the last song contains a hidden track beginning at 10:13 featuring Chris Carter giving descriptions of various conspiracies in the series and the movie. 10/13 is also the date the film was released on VHS in 1998. See more »
Mulder has gloves on when he falls down the ice chute in the Antarctic, but the gloves mysteriously disappear when he comes out of the chute into the main spaceship area. See more »
I'd say this about exceeds your minimum daily requirement.
[Mulder knocks over his glass]
Whoa. You got to train for that kind of heavy lifting.
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How could anyone not like this movie? Even those that are not regular followers of the T.V. show could get a real thrill out of this movie. I like how they worked it so that the fans who followed the show weren't falling asleep and those that didn't follow the show regularly weren't lost. I love the show and follow it regularly. Mulder and Scully kick ass and are one of the most interesting teams that I've seen on T.V. The closest team I have seen would be on CBS; that team would be the CSI:Crime Scene Investigation. But as far as this movie is concerned it is literally out of this world! As Chris Carter has made famous "Trust No One" this is really a movie you can take a wild ride with!
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