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Not that I expected much of this movie anyways, by looking at the upper half of the poster we can already expect a low budget, "amateurish" kind of movie. The market is saturated with hand-held camera filmed "documentaries", and since these kind of movies are easier to make, there's a whole lot of garbage out there. Unfortunately (or not) for me, I sometimes come across a really impressive title so I am constantly digging out for more. And since I'm also I am a fan of aliens and alien theories, this one got my attention. It's always a gamble though, since the majority of these titles are obscure and you can never be sure if they will be good or not. This one did not fit the bill at all. The only good thing about this movie was the acting, better than I expected. But the movie is simply boring and not worth the time spent watching. The storyline is only original if you haven't heard anything alien-related. I mean, really, anything. If you lived in a hole for the last 70 years, watch it. Otherwise, not recommended.
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