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This is a found-footage alien abduction movie. It's very poorly shot, poorly lit, poorly acted, and on and on down the line. 'Film-makers' with no money always think the 'found-footage' angle is a good way to go. Everything about it is amateurish. Especially the damned incessant screaming. The women in here scream at the top of their lungs almost non-stop. Like daggers in the temples. If my PC had a face, the screaming made me want to punch it. Kick it. Just make it stop. Instead I turned the volume knob all the way down. That made the movie better, especially when the dudes in rubber alien suits showed up... Just save a few hours and avoid this headache-inducing mess.
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