After Zane Ziminski is found dead five people received envelopes with details of an alien invasion. This group of five includes 3 scientists, Zane's brother Jack, and a reporter. Quickly, the group is down to three and then Jack and Bridget, the reporter. With a small piece of alien technology, they must escape from the aliens, who take human form, and try to convince others of the existence of aliens. Written by
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David Twohy, director and writer of the first Arrival, was given no credit for this sequel. See more »
At the end of the movie, the alien Burke (Larry Day) tells Jack Addision (Patrick Muldoon) "no one will believe you" while standing in front of a HUGE hole in the ground where a nuclear power plant had just imploded (significant proof of the "truth"). See more »
There is nothing redeeming about this film whatsoever. The Arrival was a unique, decently made film worth watching for anyone interested in sci-fi or aliens. This film is utterly horrible. It's so horrible that I don't want to waste time describing how bad it is. I have seen thousands of films and in my opinion this is one of the worst ever. Dismal acting, inexcusably horrendous cinematography, pathetic flaws. A spinning vortex ball has the ability to pull a building apart and suck everything and everyone into it, except for two people who manage to hang on to a bare concrete wall and eventually push them selves out a door in the opposite direction as the suction. Special effects? Home computer CGI. A person could spend as much time as the movie runs long describing everything that stinks about it.
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