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- Edition:Checkpoint; Extended Cut; Sensormatic; Unrated; Widescreen
- Number of Discs:1
- Rating:PG-13 (MPAA)
- Film Country:USA
- Genre:Sci-Fi & Fantasy
- Display Format:Checkpoint; Extended Cut; Sensormatic; Unrated; Widescreen
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- stephenb9031Dec 17, 2015by
Both movies worth wqtching...
The X-Files:Fight The Future was very good and blended in with the series. The X-Files: I Want To Believe was good, but not great. I didn't like how abruptly the movie plot came to a close.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- poetnycFeb 20, 2016by
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- cannonclubonlin...Aug 09, 2009by
But What If You Are Wrong? Don't you Want to Believe.
Those who are avid conspiracy theorists such as Mulder and I would perhaps always get around to posing the favorite line in the series, "Yeah, but what if you are wrong?". The reunion of David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson with Chris Carter's direction and Mark Snow's powerful song was a long time coming. My initial feeling about Duchovny's portrayal of Mulder this time around was somewhat mixed, since he played so close to the cuff and didn't seem to have the passion of finding out the truth anymore. Scully was absolutely top-notch in this film and made you actually relate to her passions instead of being totally convinced that she always was there to play the devil's advocate. In this case, I was convinced, after all these years, that she might actually have been close to believing in something she never previously could from her scientific perspective. We find the two going along with their own separate lives, but soon get the feeling that they were always meant to be together, except for his crazy ideals and her total stubbornness to take him at all seriously. Before the end, we somehow feel like these will probably wind up together forever, after all. Scully seems to be engrossed in her work, but somehow isn't living a life filled with satisfaction and joy since her departure back into medicine at a Catholic hospital has yielded a very painful showdown between her credentials and her failure to believe in some other higher form of power that yields her intuition to a faith-based universe. David, I really dug the shaggy look, but I'm also glad you decided to shave it off during the film, it makes you look more vulnerable to see your facial expressions. When a federal agent goes missing, the pair returns to work together to decipher a psychic Father Joe's (Billy Connolly) vision who leads the team to crime evidence which unravels a greater in depth serial killing behavior they would not normally have spotted. Although Scully seems apparently unconvinced of any psychic tie from Father Joe and believes he is lying about his visions, she is told by Father Joe, "Don't Give Up", which seems to plague her throughout the film, since she has no idea why he had said this to her. However, it soon dawns on her that he might be seeing her fulfill a much greater role living in faith with one of her sick patients. This 104 minute film seems to finally satisfy my curiosity about Scully's perceived inner confusion about life and lays to rest in my mind the fact that we are always trying to figure out what made her tick. Greatly appreciated in this film was feeling actual real emotion coming from the main characters to one another, which completes the struggle between knowledge and the suppression of knowledge. We all must someday struggle within our own selves someday about the conflicting roles that science and faith may play in our decisions. I think Chris Carter spent much time in developing this theme so that he could rationalize many things about his own feelings. I don't want to give away the criminal/paranormal ties in the movie to anyone who hasn't seen it yet, however, I will say that it seemed somewhat believable, since there have been scientific research conducted along the same lines in the past from other foreign research studies. I'm going to give this film a 4/5 since it is one I would probably watch again sometime in the future with someone else interested in the X-files characters. PLEASE VOTE YES TO MY REVIEW. THANKS Read full review
- fashionpassionf...Dec 08, 2008by
FBI X FILES INTO A SUPERNATURAL CASE!
Features actors: David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson , Amanda Peet,Xzibit,Billy Connolly & Mitch Pileggi. Dana Scully is now a doctor trying to help a child named Christian with a very rare brain disease.When the FBI comes to Scully to see the whereabouts of Mulder, she is hesitant at first and then goes on to say she doesn't work with him anymore.When the FBI brings up the bizare case of the missing woman named Monica Bannan to Scully she contemplates to tell Mulder or not.When she talks to Mulder he almost instantly beomes interested in the case, besides holding a grudge against the FBI for years he decides to help them out.Along with the help of ex-pastor Father Joe who claims to be a psychic and who is also trying to help locate the missing woman.Scully starts to have skeptism in Father Joe's real abilities to forsee the future.But Mulder believes more in the paranormal things he keeps seeing around him.When a second woman goes missing, the FBI start to get a lead on a Russian immigrant who transplants organs from hospital to hospital.Not only do both missing women have the same very rare blood type, but they are both young and healthy.Can Mulder save the missing women before it's too late, and make Scully believe?You will have to watch this one to find out!Bone-chilling case of the paranormal will keep you on the edge of your seat.DVD has special features.Would recommend to rent or buy.Hope this helps you decide!Please click YES at the bottom.Thanks for taking the time to read this! :) Read full review
- comicbookscircu...Dec 03, 2008by
I Wanted To Believe Also....
....That this film would live up to the trailers that got me excited to once again see two of my favorite TV Show characters. Unfortunately after the familiar theme music stopped playing, and the initial reaction to see Scully & Mulder back.... the film went to a drama film instead of a paranormal or sci-fi thriller. The expectations for the film were not satisified for either my wife or myself, and we both loved the original TV series. We wouldn't have had such high expectations except for the trailer, which is also on the DVD, showing great action, paranormal, and sci-fi elements in the upcoming film. The film did not deliver what the trailer indicated. Big Surprise? Well.... yes it was! Sure trailers place the best scenes in the trailer itself, but this film didn't go where the trailer indicated it would. Scully and Mulder were portrayed very well by Anderson & Duchovny... and the addition of one of the other TV Show members helped out a lot. However Tina rated this only 7.5 in a 1.0 to 10.0 scale, while I give it a 7.75 rating. The DVD didn't have any 'Making of' feature, instead it has Chris Carter talking about Hollywood going 'green'.... not a good substitute IMHO. The gag reel was worth watching. The 'Body Parts' bonus feature is for fans of CSI and that genre only... The still shots showed some cool collectibles I don't have from the show's period, and a few I had never seen. This Film is 180 degrees different from the earlier feature film where the show mainly took place in Antartica. Tina thought that film was just a little over the top. This current film is just a little underwhelming feeling awful small and dark in comparison... Read full review
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