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A TV news reporter Vicky accidentally meets an alien who gives her the power to get anything she wants... as long as she can figure out how to ask for it in an alien language. Vicky and her Cameraman Bill evade Federal agents, a nasty boss, and an ego driven scientist. When the entire planet may be destroyed by a calculation error... only Vicky can save the world. Written by
Paul Tuttle really makes Bob come to life. His alien body language and use of that fabulous voice really helped to get the viewer past the cheesy Halloween mask and less than Hollywood special effects. By the end I really felt for Bob and wanted him to make that great sale. Hopefully he could find a place with a little more water than Cheyanne.
There was a lot that left me wanting more. It was such a refreshing departure from the evil aliens of Independence Day or the cuddly aliens of E.T. I loved the office "drama" at the news station and the potential romance of the reporter and her cameraman. I liked that Vicky had a definite bratty side, which made her more human.
I bought two copies because I was going to send one to my child. It was well worth the money.
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