UFO's: The Secret Evidence

UFO's: The Secret Evidence

Aviation journalist Nick Cook investigates UFO sightings from the 1940s to the 1990s. Are these sightings the result of secret high-technology military programs?

Aviation journalist Nick Cook investigates UFO sightings from the 1940s to the 1990s. Are these sightings the result of secret high-technology military programs? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jing b (nl) wrote: the adventure continues....

Samantha L (es) wrote: i liked it it was one of the best movies ever and not just because devon bostick (<3) played in it but because it was just a good movie.wow you never see good movies like this anymore

Virginia m (ca) wrote: I haven't seen this movie so I want to see it

Wayne M (es) wrote: The life of J.D. Salinger deserved a great documentary. Unfortunately this is not it. It's an overly long, sprawling, uneven look into the life of an American great. There are some great moments, especially in the first half. The section covering Salinger in World War Two is particularly well handled. And some of the interviews are illuminating. But the second half and the coverage of his reclusive life is overly dramatic and not very satisfying.

Jack B (gb) wrote: Best Australian movie I've ever seen. It benefits from its great casting and dark themes.

Ms Amanda J (it) wrote: This was alright. Funny at times. "Stephanie Brown" is a character that will stay with the viewer for a while. Chad Lowe made her pretty endearing.

Anesia R (es) wrote: Absolutely heartbreaking with a powerful, at times subtle, social message. Spain's submission to the Oscars' Best Foreign Language Film category in 2003.

Gregory W (au) wrote: one of the few times i like the sequel better than the original-well done

Sabine R (de) wrote: Joe plays a bridge teacher who has 2 friends falling in love with the same girl...lot's of misunderstandings and a very happy end!

Jason R (mx) wrote: A diamond in the ruff. From it's vivid urban detail of the life in 1970s Los Angeles, to its dramatic and humble foresaw of characters, "Killer of Sheep" is simply made and simply masterful. It's this independant film from Charles Burnett that proves to all movie goers that u do not need a high budget to make a classic.

Brian B (es) wrote: Abbott and Costello are accidentally enrolled into the Foreign Legion, sound familiar (Buck Privates)? At least the desert provides some extra humor with a mirage and a talking skeleton.

robby s (jp) wrote: I was excited for this move and then it just didn't live up to the hype