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Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs (2005)

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A UFO enthusiast interviews Dan Aykroyd on the subject of extraterrestrials visiting Earth.


(as David B. Sereda)
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Credited cast:
David Sereda ...
Himself - UFOlogist
Gordon Cooper ...
Himself - Astronaut (archive footage)
Paul Hellyer ...
Himself - Exopolitics Symposium, University of Toronto
Himself (archive footage) (as President Ronald Reagan)
Ken Storch ...
Himself - USAF Retired, 1969-1974
John F. Schuessler ...
Himself - International Director,
John Hutchison ...
Himself - Canadian Scientist
Himself - UFO Witness, Venice, CA
Stephen Bassett ...
Himself - UFO Political Activist
Richard Dolan ...
Himself -
Grant Cameron ...
Himself -
Lynne Kitei ...
Herself - (as Dr. Lynne Kitei)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Catherine Coleman ...
Herself - Space Shuttle Astronaut (archive footage)
Richard Feynman ...
Himself - Nobel Prize Winner (archive footage)


David Serada, a UFO enthusiast, interviews the comedian Dan Aykroyd who claims he has had experiences with alien beings. Aykroyd expounds on UFO lore and his own beliefs on matters related to extraterrestrials. Footage of this interview is interspersed with video and film of these flying objects; video clips of a former Canadian defense minister speaking on the subject; audio clips of astronauts speaking of strange things in space; and more. Written by J. Spurlin

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Dan Aykroyd: I am here because I am a writer, a performer. I find it entertaining. I'm not a scientist, ah, I, uh, you know, and I'm not theosopher, a philosopher. And I, I, you know, I am just here because it is enormously, enormously entertaining. And mysteries like this are challenging, and it's really, really fun to contemplate, uh, that uh, you know, there, there may be beings out there who are concerned about our planet and who may give us the opportunity to advance ourselves. It's, it's really fun to...
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An initially objective and serious view on UFOs progress into a Cheap tabloid story
5 June 2006 | by (Antarctica) – See all my reviews

This movie start off reasonably good, trying to portray in a good and objective way that UFOs exist.

It start showing an Indian looking kinda of guy, interviewing Dan Akroyd, like they both had a PhD on the subject, as the movie progress, it becomes increasingly boring, repetitive, and even silly, the interviewer start asking all those sort of personal questions, 'would you go to space an not tell anything if it was required?', 'what would you do if you could do time travel and who would you wanna sit down and talk to', when they were not talking about those trivialities, the Indian looking guy was throwing those incredibly stupid theories that makes the average citizen roll eyes before those UFOlogists, and Dan Akroyd, spend a good 60% of the movies just nodding, 'Do you think they are this?', Dan nods, 'Do you think they are that?', Dan nods again, he does that for nearly an hour and half.

I can't really recommend this movie to anyone, It was very badly made, the filming was also annoying, as both man, The Indian and Dan Akroyd, spend the whole movie looking directly to the camera, and basically, the same logical and the weird theories that were discussed and the footage that is shown during the initial fifteen minutes, are repeated countless times during the interview, making a boring 100 minutes movie, look like a 300 minutes one.

I don't recommend watching this movie, It is a waste of time, It has a small amount of good footage and an even smaller amount of information, but that's it, Dan Akroyd looks specially ridiculous trying to appear as an Einstein and the Indian guy at times looks more interesting in Dan than in the UFO subject.

Rating: 3/10.

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