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Thomas W (fr) wrote: This is actually a fun, rather abusrd little movie that is a spot-on throwback to those goofy, cheese-filled sci-fi films of the 60s. If you enjoyed these movies -- those with plot but lacking ANY type of logic involving flying saucers and green aliens with one eye (and there is a green alien with one eye here!!!) and out-of-their depth/element humans -- than this film might please you. But this is only an "if" as I know many will see this is a disaster and think "what were these guys thinking?" The only actors of significance are Will & Grace's Eric McCormack (who plays a 1950's actor of the same name who starred in a film called Alien Trespass) and Robert Patrick (the molten-silver Terminator) as a local police officer. It was becuase of fueds within the production/studio that the film was shelved for years. Well -- this is the film we get to see. The film works on some levels; but on others it doesn't quite reach the heights it was aiming for. The horror flick, The House of the Devil, was 100% accurate on its take of bad 1980's slasher films; but Alien Trespass isn't as masterful here in its attempt. It was still good but some of these actors weren't up-to-par and didn't seem to understand the camp they were supposed to give their roles. To have pulled this off would have required a better cast of supporting players. The film is stupid, yet fun and wacky. It is oh-so-ridiculous; but it is supposed to be. Years before Sci-Fi was reinvented with Star Trek and Star Wars; the cinema world had films like this. Seeing this made me appreciate those original film auteurs but it also made me deeply appreciate where sci-fi has been taken (Wall-E, Gattaca etc.).
Jess L (jp) wrote: This was like a breath of fresh air, as Stephen Chow's work often is. It felt like an 80s family movie but with such a zany sense of humour and wonderful use of CGI special effects. Its hard to wipe the smile off your face while watching this, the young actor Jiao Xu is adorable and quite the comedic actor, he steals the show in my opinion. The creature CJ7 an out of space dog of sorts is of course incredibly cute and if this film gets wide distribution will most likely be in toy shops in time for Christmas. The humour is what won me over the most here, along with a heart warming and moralistic storyline I have to hand it to Stephen Chow this is a gem of a film even if mainstream movie goers can't see it.
HungYa L (de) wrote: creative and rather original
Bruce N (de) wrote: One of my favorites and a must for all geeks, be that comic books or science fiction. Shatner is brilliant in this.
Stphane W (ag) wrote: The Shoa, 30 years on has not yet finished destroying a family's life. Story of a young and attractive jew rediscovering her identity
Martyn G (nl) wrote: Eastwood stars and directs this movie. It is an interesting plot and while you know the truth will out, you do not know how. Add to that the relationship between Whitney and his daughter making it an enjoyable watch. "I live alone"
Jake G (nl) wrote: Is it really any surprise to any of us that Morgan Freeman completely nailed the role in which he was given? The movie has its cheesy moments but leaves you feeling the need to educate and snap todays youth into shape, just as proof Freeman delivers a powerful performance. Good way to spend just under two hours.
Joseph L (fr) wrote: Great performances all the way around. David Tennant did an amazing job as Hamlet and Patrick Stewart again showed how great an actor he really is. The Bard would be proud.
Sookie S (jp) wrote: I really love Michael Powell more and more. This was his first breakout film. The use of building drama with edits of tight shots, sections of scene, music and tempo...the guy is a genius. I loved this lil film to death.:fresh:
Sean G K (ca) wrote: Great film...Very underrated.
Steven R (ca) wrote: I remember seeing this when I was a kid. It looks pretty-dated now, but it's still a good flick from almost 3 decades back...