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Personally, I like the old New Line movie, "The Hidden". Sure, it's a little on the goofy side, but it's a guilty pleasure. There was a part of me that believed that, with all the remakes that are being done now, that it was only a matter of time before The Hidden would get remade at New Line. Probably with Ashton Kutcher as the alien. I was bracing myself for that news when I happened upon Endangered Species.
Well, it looks like somebody beat New Line to the punch.
I haven't seen anyone rip off a movie so directly since J.T. Petty tried to pass off his "Rear Window inspired" Mimic 3 as something original. "Endangered Species" marks a new career low for Eric Roberts and John Rhys- Davies. Do yourself a favor, skip over this one and rent "The Hidden" instead.
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