Fire in the Sky Reviews
The movie does a good job of building tension, and the climax straddles a fine line balancing between eerie and gross, but none of it seemed to actually match up with what he claims happened during his abduction. Nor did many if the events or characters on Earth seem to have much to do with their official story either. It's kinda like the movie's creators just wanted to slap a "true story" label on their alien movie so they borrowed some names and places and kept the rest purely fictional.
The ending felt disjointed. Not because of the time leap or how well and comparably quickly he recovered (2 years after the event he has a 2 year old son? I guess getting tortured by aliens makes you eager to knock boots when you find yourself back among humans), but because of the "they won't be back, I don't think they like me" line. Yeah, cool, your a badass and pissed off your alien captors, go earth!... except that didn't happen. Only thing he did to piss then off was kick one in the face after which they immediately made him their bitch, shoved him in a cocoon, clockwork oranged him, and shoved stuff in his ear and eye while he screamed a bunch. Hardly a shining victory for the human race.
Some of the actors did a nice job with what they had to work with. Some others played it a little over the top cheesy.
(Full review TBD)