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Less a pure documentary than it is a fact-finding mission, with the real story waiting to be presented somewhere down the line.
Gazecki's film is so journalistically flawed and needlessly melodramatic that it will be treasured only by those who share his singular vision.
Regrettably, except for the visual power of the circles, very little of that excitement makes its way into this rather dour, deadly earnest work.
Why Crop Circles now, if not to ride the hype of M. Night Shyamalan's Signs to some quick cash? The movie's rambling, slapdash, repetitious nature suggests as much.
This documentary's subtitle of 'quest for truth' is a misnomer because its director isn't particularly interested in the truth at all.
CROP CIRCLES raises questions that aren't easy to dismiss and, more, makes you ponder why the establishment turns a disinterested and somewhat uppity blind eye to them.
For the In Search Of generation, the combination of circles and Stonehenge are practically enough to make you start rocking quietly in the corner.
The people interviewed in this film... share one common value: they want to believe. From farm owners to biophysicists, many have dedicated themselves to continue beyond the obvious... Fox Mulder would have been proud.
This is an intelligent film, no crackpots here, that successfully delivers its message without dumbing it down.
Comes off as less a 'quest for truth' than an extended example of preaching to the converted.
Gazecki ... offers some compelling information about these mysterious field formations, yet his particular point of view leaves some nagging questions unaddressed.
It's inspiring and consistently exciting to the eye, mind and heart, as the plentiful formations -- global, but most of these English -- stimulate the imagination with their incredible beauty and complexity.
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