The UFO Incident

The UFO Incident

In the early 1960s, an interracial couple undergo hypnosis, which unlocks memories of a forgotten event on a lonely road. Soon they believe they were abducted by extraterrestrials.

In the early 1960s, an interracial couple undergo hypnosis, which unlocks memories of a forgotten event on a lonely road. Soon they believe they were abducted by extraterrestrials. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The UFO Incident torrent reviews

bill s (ag) wrote: The bad acting and the 80s style special effects are great in comparison to the craptastic script.And yet it is still barely watchable.

Angela C (ru) wrote: Loved it, very simple, well done, n to the point.

x x (kr) wrote: Guillermo del Toro's first cinematic fairy tale is rich with the sort of details only a master of the form, and a savant of the fantastic, could dream up.

Caleigh H (au) wrote: Classic comedy. Could watch thus movie over and over! "Head, move!"

Gabriele B (it) wrote: Great twists & turns

peter g (mx) wrote: this is a fantastic film must watch

Jim H (de) wrote: I'm unsure if you have to be a complete nerd in order to enjoy this film. I mean: did I like it because the prospect of uncovering a literary mystery excites my nerd-dar, or did I like it because the film was able to raise this literary mystery/love story to a level of true suspense? On that note, it is actually rather interesting that the same good guy versus bad guy cliche can be translated to English scholars; in this case, the good guys are motivated by the search for knowledge, and the bad guys are motivated by greed.On a side note, this film made me wonder about the branch of literary criticism in which the film's characters engage. Biographical criticism functions on the theory that an author's life is paramount to understanding his/her work, and I refuse to engage in it not because I think the central tenet is wrong but because I don't think it's any of our business. In this film, two scholars, who weren't born when the 19th Century writers they're researching lived, read personal letters that the authors never intended for a larger audience. It makes me think that I should burn that journal that I can't bring myself to burn.As much as I enjoyed the film, there are some flaws. The conflict between Mitchell and Dr. Bailey is never fully understood because whatever tortures Mitchell was never revealed. Also, when other characters talk about Dr. Bailey, they deploy stereotypes about gender theorists. However, not only does Bailey's behavior belie these stereotypes, but it is rare that English scholars will bandy about such labels.Overall, though it's not for everyone, this is a very well-made film, featuring two cleverly paralleled stories, Paltrow's nearly perfect British accent, and a plot that will make the nerd in you blow the dust off your Norton.

John M (ru) wrote: It's a well-made film by Spielberg. But, it features two not-at-all-bright criminals running from the law, putting lots of lives at risk. And, as expected, there are tons of people celebrating these two along the whole way.So, it's very difficult to care for anyone here. Ben Johnson does his always sturdy work, but they basically have Ben Johnson in the film to play his stock Ben Johnson character.Goldie Hawn's character is a screechy, pretty brainless mess who's willing to risk as many lives as possible to get her child back. And, [SPOILER] inexplicably, we find out at the end that the authorities actually let her do that after a slap-on-the-wrist prison sentence. Texas definitely does things beyond belief when it comes to the law!Vilmos Zsigmond's cinematography is excellent, as is John Williams' score. But, those two elements are by far the highlights of an otherwise routine film.

Michael L (br) wrote: Visually beautiful, gorgeous use of light, shadow and depth. There is so much to look at in almost every scene. I'm perhaps fairly nave when it comes to filmmaking, and I can appreciate the high acclaim for the visually technical aspects of the film, but stories about rich people who squander their money in pursuit of acceptance just seem to leave me cold.I wasn't bored by the film, for it was visually beautiful. But I found I was much more interested in what I was seeing than by what I was being told. Joseph Cotten I thought was really cool in this, and more likable than Welles, as he was for me in The Third Man.