Where the crowds are banging on the windows to the Museum of London, the writing on the glass is the word "Welcome" in many different languages. See more »
In 1995 after the showing of the film at "The Museum of London" a crowd of photographers and news people rush Ray and Gary. One news cameraman is shooting with a Sony HDR-FX1. This High Definition video camera wasn't released until late 2004, almost 10 years later. See more »
After the credits the real Gary tells the camera that Ray would sell anything if he felt it would turn a profit, to which a smiling Ray replies that that's "not entirely true" and that it's "most unfair". See more »
I have been puzzled as to all the bad reviews about this film. Whilst it will not be a contender for any of the film awards, it is still an entertaining film. The story follows two men who hoax an alien autopsy from actual footage that one of them has actually seen, it will become clearer in the actual movie. I do think the scenes where they are doing the autopsy are in fact quite funny and from watching it being filmed it is difficult to understand how anyone took it seriously. The performances in the film are of an acceptable standard, nothing special, the two leads have acted before in children's television series, but nothing to this extent. The only thing I will say is that I thought I was watching Ant and Dec not the two characters they were meant to be playing. I think that if you go in with an open mind and do not expect be challenged then I think that you will enjoy this film.
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