Meet Dave

Meet Dave

A crew of miniature aliens operate a spaceship that has a human form. While trying to save their planet, the aliens encounter a new problem, as their ship becomes smitten with an Earth woman.

A crew of miniature aliens operate a spaceship that has a human form. While trying to save their planet, the aliens encounter a new problem, as their ship begins to experience profound emotional changes and gets smitten with an Earth woman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Geraldine C (de) wrote: Un ovni cinmatographique belge dont l' histoire est un peu sans queue ni tte. C'est plutt une succession de sketches qui oscillent entre humour et vulgarit.

Mehek A (jp) wrote: It was funny like crazy but ending was unreal. Wish it would make it more real.

Sargis G (nl) wrote: If you are ever in the mood to watch a really bad movie you made a great choice. I've seen some bad vampire movies but this one really is the queen of the bad. But at least it's better then those stupid Twilight movies.

Luke W (mx) wrote: U2's embrace of irony in the 1990s is seen in full force on this film of a concert on their groundbreaking Zoo TV Tour. The band play their classics plus strong tracks from then-recent albums Achtung Baby and Zooropa. The visuals are great, and the band give every song their full energy, making for an enjoyable concert film for any music fan.

Travis D (fr) wrote: This is a 80's, Low budget sci-fi flick (and I give them credit for trying).

Matthew W (kr) wrote: I don't know how to feel about this film. 4 and 5 will always be at the top of my Star Wars list while 1 and 2 will always be at the bottom, but I'm not quite sure where to place 6, 3, and 7. 6 Has that classic Star Wars vibe, but it also had some stupid prequel esque things in it such as the Ewoks. I also didn't see why Leia had to be Luke's sister, it just felt a little random and out-of-nowhere. It was also strange how there was another Death Star. Just repeating a big beat from the last film (as seems to be a trend in Star Wars now). The acting also didn't feel quite as genuine when Luke was talking with Vader, Obi-Wan, and Leia. I don't know, I think the dialogue he had to work with was just kinda robotic like a lot of the dialogue in the prequels and that was reflected in Luke's acting. Overall it's good, but it's also almost like a warning of what was to come. The best moments are easily the beginning and the end with the end being the highlight of the film. The end battle is honestly what puts the film (alongside 3 and 7) between episodes 4 and 2 for me. But whatever, I'll give it a 3.5/5

Tom T (ca) wrote: A thoroughly entertaining and often harrowing character study that easily grasps my short attention span and holds it tight. Outstandingly beautiful and equally well acted the film captures the 1950's glamor at it's best. Unfortunately, the film stutters about in its final few moments and closing act where it runs out of fresh and new ideas to answer the moral questions it asks. Such a shame, it could've been an absolutely terrific film too.