The Fourth Kind
The Fourth Kind is a 2009 American science fiction that follows an unsolved case by the FBI when so many people began to disappear but a psychologist, may be on the verge of blowing the unsolved cases wide open when, during the course of treating her patients, she finds evidence of alien abductions.
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Critics Of "The Fourth Kind"
June 02, 2010 "Attempting shock value and extraterrestrial disturbance to generate a cult smash, Kind will likely tire audiences before it ever has a chance to swindle them."Read in Source
March 22, 2011 It's an interesting meta-textual experiment, but that doesn't in itself make for an interesting movie, or a suspenseful one. There are things to like about it, but the whole doesn't really seem equal to the sum of its parts.Read in Source
July 06, 2010 The eerie-jumpy bits simply don't pan out satisfyingly or convincingly.Read in Source
November 11, 2009 Unfortunately, none of the subsequent noise is all that scary, and the striving for Paranormal Activity's buzz is shameless.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
November 06, 2009 Ultimately, the film's narrative segments are far too glossy and over-stylized, larded with ponderous scoring, obvious melodrama and split-screen visuals that offset the "reenactments" with the "real."Read in Source
New York Daily News
November 06, 2009 Badly acted by everyone (including the director, Olatunde Osunsanmi, who appears onscreen), this insipid jumble's idea of fright is incessant screaming.Read in Source
Lessons of Darkness
January 05, 2011 [The] ostensible archival footage proves so clunky and transparently phony that the entire gimmick collapses.Read in Source
July 04, 2010 When the director divides the screen into quadrants for his big finish, the effect is just laughable -- but then by that point, the movie is too.Read in Source
September 25, 2010 If there were a low point of viral movie marketing last decade, consider "The Fourth Kind" the Marianas Trench. The title refers to four levels of alien interaction, and the pedestrian plotting on display proved Steven Spielberg stopped at the right one.Read in Source
September 30, 2011 Something weird is going on in Nome, Alaska. Unsolved murders. suicidal freak-outs. a bunch of people having eerie, similar nightmares. and a spooky white owl.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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