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"Taken" is by far, the best piece of science fiction dealing with the subjects of U.F.O.'s & alien abduction, ever made. Not only does it incorporate many of the events & personalities of real U.F.O. folklore. It also brings up, for the viewer's consideration, all the other possible "logical" reasons why some people believe they have been abducted by aliens & it does so without just going down through them like a laundry list. I also thought the reason given for the abductions was very original & interesting. The story seems very realistic to me because I was unfamiliar with most of the cast. I think that makes a big difference sometimes. Particularly when the cast is such a talented one as this one. The story also wasn't rushed like happens a lot of times. Besides all of this, the special effects were great! and the music, the songs used in the background & the original symphonic compositions, were perfect. You really feel like you're in the year you're suppose to be in. For any fan of this genre, "Taken" is a MUST SEE!!
Bigfoot: Man or Beast? (1972)
Scientific expedition to gather evidence regarding Bigfoot
This is the best Bigfoot documentary of them all. I HIGHLY recommend it. Most of it deals with a team of explorers. Including two biologists, a microbiologist, a botanist, an expert tracker, & sociology researcher, two Bigfoot researchers, an anthropologist, a naturalist, & a Native American historian spend most of the summer of 1974 in the Mt. St. Helens area gathering evidence & talking to people who claimed to have seen Bigfoot. Until a forest fire forces them out of the area. Luckily they found footprints & hair samples before they had to leave. Unfortunately, the 1980 eruption of Mt. St Helens heavily impacted or destroyed some of the area. The rest is interviews with other Bigfoot witnesses & the Patterson/Gimlin film. Which has NEVER been proved to be a hoax as the other reviewer claims. I know this because I'm a Bigfoot researcher myself & keep up on all the Bigfoot news.
My only problem with the DVD is nobody bothered to restore the color of the film before putting it on DVD.