The concept is dead, let it go.
Aug 2 - 03:10 PM
Bring it on! Both of 'em!
Aug 3 - 06:03 AM
Well after surprising us with a Eli-Rothesque torture porn in "I want to believe" there is no where to go but up!
Aug 3 - 09:43 AM
Tall Cool One !
The problem with the X-Files movies is that the first one not only took place during the series run, but it relied heavily on the audience having watched the show AND following the whole "conspiracy" storyline (wich was convoluted to say the least). The characters weren't introduced, you were expected to know them. And I try watching the movie after not watching the series for awhile. It feels like parts have been left out, like you have to go back and watch the series to fully enjoy it.
I liked the second movie. It took place after the series and felt more like "Star Trek: The Motion Picture", where you are reintroduced to the characters so there is less of a feeling of, what am I missing. Also, not being tied to an ongoing storyline from the series, it was able to tell a complete story, there was character development and I could plop it in right now without having to have the rest of my X-Files DVDs on standby. People didn't like it because some said it was slow. But the X-Files is slow.
I would like to see a third film. I think the further they get from the series, the more interesting the movies will become.
Aug 6 - 06:47 AM
Would love another remake of the x-files series
Aug 22 - 08:35 PM
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