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Very entertaining but limited ending, leaves some questions unanswered
Though the film was very exciting and informative I did wonder if the ending was a little abrupt, some of the questions as to why the Aliens had visited where answered but I for one would like to know what next? I hate movies that come to a starting end and leave too many questions to be answered. Debating this with others we were all giving different conclusions as to why? and whats next?
Otherwise a thoroughly entertaining film a must see. James Snader did however seem to more like Daniel Jackson (Stargate)fame. This film desrves to be watched and will show that science fiction is getting better all the time.
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