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"Can we save the Earth?" Five high school students at a boarding school encounter alien abduction and realize that there are some malicious aliens hiding in the school... They then begin the journey exploring the Truth behind UFOs & aliens then later discover that the battle associated with the future of the Earth was about to begin...
Interesting, fun, and heartfelt film about aliens and humans, good and evil, and love and justice and truth. I honestly really liked it. I can see how some people may find the film's ideas or concepts too grandiose or bombastic or outlandish, but I liked the hugeness of the film as the title implies. And remember, this is not Part 1 but Part 0. There will be a sequel, you know.
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