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Thomas Mathews, an investigative journalist whose world is turned upside-down when his son disappears, is sent to Brazil to investigate close encounter sightings.
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Alex C (kr) wrote: Such a sad ending! Really good though. Not a feel good film.
Rachel J (br) wrote: Awful. Didn't even get through the first act. Horrible acting, lame/cheesy gore and all in the first 5 minutes. It was like watching a poorly executed student film with a nicely wasted budget. Any horror movie that opens up like a lame porno will suck 99.9% of the time.
Jon D (nl) wrote: If you like philosophy, this is a must watch.This is one of the few movies I watch over and over.
Graeme E (gb) wrote: Should have stopped after the 1st movie
Sam L (jp) wrote: Highly cerebral and thought-provoking... this is a gem from a bygone era of cinema in which pervasive philosophy wasn't taboo in film.
Panos T (it) wrote: hmmm...wasn't convinced by the film's credentials
Amir M (ag) wrote: The horrible acting is second only to the stupid, cliche-ridden script,
Mike W (de) wrote: Eddie Murphy is a funny cop!
Phillip S (ag) wrote: Fucking TRASH. Basically a boring animal snuff film. Its really just animals dying for NO REASON and asshole white people being assholes in the woods. How the fuck is this a masterpiece???????
Brad W (it) wrote: An interesting western with the sub-genre of weird carnival/circus thrown in for good measure. Never quite rises above curiousity with the cast involved, but at least not another traditional western.
Jaime R (jp) wrote: Early Curtis Hanson work, just falls flat a little too soon.