The film revolves around a set of science fiction and ambiguities mixed with motion and horror. A young genius scientist discovers an extraterrestrial life of alien creatures, but these creatures are willing to do anything to hide that discovery, not to spread its existence, even to kill and destroy. In a series of frightening events that will be performed by these creatures.
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September 25, 2002 ...it ultimately seems apparent that the movie would've been well-served had it topped out at 90 minutes (ie it's too long and feels it).Read in Source
April 21, 2009 Less an alien invasion movie than a conspiracy film (it just hapens to turn out that the conspirators are aliens).Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
June 18, 2002 It's a strong, lean piece of writing that moves quickly. Nothing is wasted, and nothing happens the way you'd expect.Read in Source
May 31, 1996 [Sheen] spends most of the movie in a kind of sweaty apoplexy that makes one worry for his health.Read in Source
January 01, 2000 This is not a dumb movie; in fact, with its heavy reliance upon real science, it's startlingly credible.Read in Source
New York Times
January 01, 2000 A movie that shoehorns a blunt warning into its silly but entertaining story of a young radio astronomer's one-man battle against sinister extraterrestrials.Read in Source
February 09, 2006 What it lacks in sophistication (everything), it partly makes up for in sheer gall.Read in Source
January 01, 2000 The movie is as smart as ``Mission: Impossible'' is dumb.Read in Source
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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