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[walks up to the hideous-looking troll woman at the gas station - thinking she's hot]
Hi... what are you doing?
[they then stare vacantly at each other for several seconds with no dialogue... and the movie cuts to later with Bennett by himself at the gas pump]
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I was surprised that I actually found this movie rather enjoyable. The entire film has a friends-messing-around-with-a-camcorder type charm to it.
There are several things worth mentioning: the acting, which was hilarious in places, the captions showing the time in the movie that appear on the bottom of the screen every once and a while which look like they were taken straight from one of those FOX caught-on-tape shows, the poorly CGI'd UFOs, getting to see the world through "alienvision", and the aliens themselves, which look nothing like the one on the cover, and are all puppets (hey, at least it's better than CGI, judging by how the UFO's looked I can only imagine how the aliens would have looked if they were animated the same way). It was a delight watching these cute little guys stumble across the screen. The one scene that sticks out in my mind is one where one of the aliens kills a guy by gently poking him on the neck (the sticks used to move his arms are too clear to ignore), and then him and his buddies eat his remains.
There's also another notable scene in a hospital where the aliens are eating a dead body and a huge wound is drawn on to the screen with what looks like MS paint, and the doctor's death, priceless.
This is definitely not what you'd call a good movie, very far from it. Before you watch this movie, know what you're watching and just enjoy it for what it is, and what it is is hilarious.
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