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All Critics (18)
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This might do for a television report on humans who have enjoyed, or hated, close encounters of the third kind. But for a movie, especially an only fleetingly artful one, it seems unduly coy.
One of those the truth is stranger than fiction stories.
Achieves a very good balance between horror, drama, and mystery.
An intriguing film made all the more noteworthy due to its nightmare-inducing sequence onboard an alien ship.
Lame-brain version of a classic UFO abduction.
Features one of the most harrowing sequences (maybe) ever. I get chills just thinking about it.
The X-Files could have done this story in 42 minutes flat, though in reality, it probably would have deemed it to boring to bother with at all.
Allegedly based on true story, this one's fairly watchable.
Pretty slow for a while, but once the guy starts to recall his abduction, the awesome fx commence. Pretty twisted, I'm sad it didn't comprise the entire movie.
Scares the hell out of me, even to this day.
Unbelievable! This is based on a true story, most of the film is banal in the extreme, only coming to life in the terrifying sequence where I find out what really happened to a logger claims to have been kidnapped by a flying saucer. Believe it or not!
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