An Indiana single mother and her wheelchair bound son live on a farm that has not produced crops for years. Suddenly the land becomes fertile and blossoms, but so do the neighbors ...
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An Indiana single mother and her wheelchair bound son live on a farm that has not produced crops for years. Suddenly the land becomes fertile and blossoms, but so do the neighbors imaginations. In fact, the reason for the sudden growth turns out to be extra-terrestrial.Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A photo from the set of this movie can be seen in the 1998 movie "Lost Souls", which was produced by the same production company. See more »
Don't bother getting up, this'll be real quick.
[knees Morley between the legs]
Now we're even, almost! You ever lay a hand on me again I'll come after you with a gun and what's hurting you now won't even be there than!
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or would "Close Encounters of the Second Kind" in the "Field of Dreams" between the "Children of the Corn" and "The Monolith Monsters" be a more appropriate title? I watched this one on a German TV channel last night without hoping for much even with Corbin Bernsen in it, but "Riddler's Moon" turned out to be a nice little sci-fi fantasy with believable and sympathetic characters in rural surroundings and one not so sympathetic one. It used familiar elements from several older films, mixed them a little differently and the result was this little winner.
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