Xtro

Xtro

A man who was abducted by aliens returns to his family three years later, but his presence affects them negatively.

Tony's father Sam, abducted by aliens three years earlier, returns to earth and seeks out his wife and son, but Rachel has since been living with Joe and the reunion is awkward. Joe doesn't... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Philip C (jp) wrote: I couldn't watch more than about 30 minutes of this stiff, Cliff's Notes version of this period of our history. The dialogue, if one can call it that, is nearly non-existent, and I found myself waiting for some insight into why O'Reilly actually bothered to write (co-write) this book, and all I could figure was it was for the money. There is nothing new, nothing in depth, conversations are one or two sentences at most, no character development, and an 80s style movie of the week feel. If the actors were any stiffer, they'd be dead. 1 star, only because I can't rate it zero stars. Don't waste your time.

Arthur D (mx) wrote: Good movie. debunks Gasland. A few points of interest. the man's tap water was clear, but he wanted Phelim to test his water in the jug! The Gasland guy was not helping his case by not defending his position with Phelim, reminds me of the old saying, "If you have the law, pound the law, if you have the facts, pound the facts, if you have neither, pound the table" Gasland "pounds the table" the same can be said for the couple in the law suit, btw when she told Phelim she had a gun, that constituted assault and Phelim could have had her arrested!

Jigs T (kr) wrote: sad story. I wonder how other people make it work.

julie h (it) wrote: the group of movies are going to be down in history as the best comedy serious of all time lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol

Iris S (gb) wrote: I can't think of much to say, apart from the following points:1. Casper van Dien is a highly unconvincing actor. Though he does look pretty handsome with a ponytail.2. Plot holes. I say again, plot holes.3. I cannot believe I watched it twice.

Ralph R (ca) wrote: I love how an anti-establishment band has a DVD entitled sold out, a notion that leads one to believe they are making money off the event.

Ben L (gb) wrote: The only way I could imagine someone reading this is not familiar with Major League is if you weren't alive in the late 80s when it came out, you aren't from the US, or you've never had cable. It definitely pervaded our culture at the time, can still be seen on several networks today, and has even created some residual effects in the world of Major League Baseball. For the handful of people who don't know about this movie, it is the story of Rachel Phelps (a former showgirl turned owner of the Cleveland Indians) who decides to build a horrible team in order to drive down attendance and move the team to a warmer climate. So we are introduced to this band of misfit players including rejects, washed-up veterans, and absolute no-names. It's an extraordinarily familiar plot design (in fact I recently reviewed Pitch Perfect which is a modern movie that follows the same basic outline) and you can probably anticipate how everything is going to go before they even get 20 minutes into the movie. However, it's a style of film that I tend to enjoy a lot. Of course the overall plot doesn't make any sense later in the film, because the attendance would already be up way too high, so they probably should have come up with a better way of adding weight to the final games. But that's easy to forget about, because watching the underdogs exceed expectations is always a treat, no matter how they manufacture the reasons for their opposition. Also I am a big fan of baseball, so I'm somewhat inclined to enjoy this film anyways.Speaking of the baseball, I think they do a very good job of creating realistic in-game action. They have the actors themselves doing some of this stuff, and I can really believe that Wesley Snipes is a good base-stealer, or Charlie Sheen throws a wicked fastball. I also really appreciate that most of the major characters are given a well-defined personality and story arc. Everyone from the starting pitchers to the radio announcers have their moment to shine. What doesn't work in this movie, however, is the completely useless and frustrating romance stuff. For one thing Tom Berenger is probably the least engaging actor in the entire cast, so anything that gives him more screen-time and the others less is bad. I want more of James Gammon, whose dry line delivery as the Manager of the team is one of my favorite things in the whole film, not bland-as-white-toast Berenger. I also felt they introduced a very poorly thought-out side plot for Corbin Bernsen and Charlie Sheen WAY too late in the film for it to be fleshed out or even useful in the final act. Basically anything that takes place outside of the clubhouse or the games themselves is a detriment to Major League. It is at its best when they remain focused and have fun with the idea of an awful team trying to defy all expectations to become great. I was surprised, revisiting it in 2015, that there are still plenty of laugh-out-loud moments that stand up more than 25 years after it was made, and that alone makes this movie one worth watching any time you catch it on TV.

Ian G (jp) wrote: A great performance peace for Bredan Gleeson portraying Churchill at the height of his powers and it is pretty great to see how powerful an orator he was and adept at speech writing to inspire the troops and the peoples of Britain. Seems to focus on the inter relationships of the politicians at the time which really worked here and also having recently watched the Kings Speech acted as a decent companion piece. Lacked a touch in scope but worked for the context as a television film.