Alien Intruder

Alien Intruder

Set in the year 2022, a group of convicts sentenced to life in prison are led on a mission into uncharted deep space by Commander Skyler (Williams) to salvage a lost ship. As incentive to go on this dangerous mission, the convicts are given the opportunity to spend their weekends in a virtual reality world where they could live out their sexual fantasies with any woman they choose. However, a woman who is not part of the program appears in it (Scoggins), kills each virtual woman and seduces each convict. When she begins to appear outside the program, the men quickly turn on each other.

Space traveling convicts become the victims of their own fantasies when virtual reality is made to go wrong. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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TheRookieWriter M (ru) wrote: Very fucking cheesy. You can taste it from a mile away. I will admit, this is a guilty pleasure of mine. (As well as being forced to watch this movie over and over for years) Wish Elliot was in the movie more.

Mark James A (us) wrote: Rating: Zero stars"...a pointless sequel that couldn't distinguish the difference between comedy and stupidity."

Amarnath C (kr) wrote: sensitive story...explicit nudity...

sally a (gb) wrote: the fun side of garin nugroho. so different with his other movies...

Charlie M (de) wrote: The British tv character played by Rowan Atkinson, hits the big screen in a silly plot. Slapstick ensues when the bumbling Bean is asked to accompany a art masterpiece to the United States. It's here that Bean, mistaken for a doctor, screws things up. Kids will find it funny but adults will be annoyed.

Darrin C (jp) wrote: No, I guess this isn't what I thought it should be. It could've been more. Instead, we get a mix of awkward romance and a quick glance at action. I wanted more Raggedy Man as a character, dammit!

Richard D (us) wrote: What this film lacks in plot and character development, it more than makes up for in just how much fun this movie is. It knows what it is and runs with it. Many plot conveniences, but this simply charming outlaw is impossible to hate.

Mads D (nl) wrote: En meget flot lavet historisk film. Kampscenen ved Waterloo er fantastisk lavet og samtidig er bde Napoleon og Wellington godt skildret. Lidt rgeligt at filmen ikke fik strre succes, for det kunne have vret med til at sstte Stanley Kubricks film om Napoleon.

Jason S (de) wrote: I like the way Tony Curtis and Cary Grant interact in this film. It is interesting to see how Cary Grant deals with increasing problems aboard his sub (how supplies are obtained, the women, Philippine refugees, the torpedo incident, and the pink paint).

Hayden H (fr) wrote: When I first heard there was movie with two versions of the same story but each in the perceptive of the two leads called Him & Her. I found myself intrigued and wonder why hasn't Weinstein learned from Snowpiercer that sometimes the movie is perfect as it is. I was completely unprepared by this and how deep it was. First, Him is a great start up as it will first set the structure of the story and only draw the lines as we McAvory gives one of his best performances and pretty true tale of the guy perceptive. He feels incomplete with Eleanor and starts to unwind by the seems till he accepts the hard true that she will never come back and forever he will be stuck in love with a woman he knows he'll have again. Him has more comic relief than Her and the lighting is a lot more light as hope is still in the air for Conor. Now in Her, we see Jessica's Eleanor at what many may call rock bottom. We get to see her slowly try to pick herself but only to find out she'll never on if she is with Him. Jessica gives a hard knocks performance that feels so real that I didn't even think she was acting. She struggles to find meaning in life again and in result she is forced to face the fact she must move on. Her is a lot more deep and darker than Him. The lighting is a lot more tense and serious as hope is nowhere to be found for Eleanor. Everything just feels empty. But what Her does that Him leaves wide open, the chance for both Him & Her to be together again isn't a long shot. In fact, like all great loves they can help you find your way back to one another again. Ned Benson delivers a very interesting experiment that I couldn't help but fall for. He must of had these stories jumble in his head for awhile. Reason I say that because the characters are well thought of and the direction is so on key with the camera angles and keeping true to his original vision.Them is an ambition and I hate Weinstein's interference to make The wonderful Him and Her into a forced confined space that is called Them. I couldn't find a real reason to hate these films. Only thing Id tell people is that the films both don't answer a lot of questions. They leave a borderline version of being enough to go along but also a lot more space than needed. I loved how both characters are not at the same level emotional but yet when they are apart they are more lost than ever. How they struggle to accept, or hell, talk about their child is almost like looking in a mirror. When they do in their own way, they find themselves stronger than ever but still clinching to the love of their lives. Always there even when the other isn't. Now I tell you please watch Him & Her not Them!!!! Them will probably ruin a lot of potential fans of the films because there's no way you'll get the full effect that planned when these movies were made. This will just be another movie that make film buffs say "if only..." B+ for Him & B for Her also C+ for them. I'm going to tell people to check this out and if they can't find Him or Her then I'll tell them don't waste their time. My Filmmaker P.O.V. I'm happy And honored I got to see both Him & Her as they were originally intended. The Experiment was a complete, messy success