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glamrocktiger

I snuck into the theater where my friend was viewing the last few minutes of this movie. Based on just that, I'd say there's no way I would subject myself to the full-length film. Part of the appeal of vintage 50s sci-fi movies is that they are VINTAGE, with all the charming retro-futurism that implies. Although I am happy Keanu continues to find roles that will accommodate his delightful WOODEN-NESS as an actor.

NG

I saw it yesterday.

Some people are dubbing it The Day Keanu made a movie that sucked.

And it did.

The best effect, the Klaatu robot came at the beginning of the film.

The most famous line from the original movie was never used either. (If it was, I didn't hear it.)

Basically it was alien comes to destroy the humans, he begins the process, changes his mind, goes back into his sphere and leaves.

No message, no theme, no warning, no advice, nothing.

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