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Yes! I said CRAPPY!

SPOILER ALERT (but then, how can you spoil something that stinks in the first place?)

Ah well, here goes…

Who WERE those people who were trying so hard to act? I can’t remember any of the names of their characters, let alone who the poor actors were.

And what exactly was their line of work in the movie? Aside from some artwork on a sketchpad that looked like 80’s graffiti revisited, I could see nothing noteworthy or recognizable in it. The plug for Alpha Romeo kind of seemed pathetic in that stinking loser of a movie!

What was the plot?

A bunch of hedonistic people who are cheating on each other, partying until they drop, spying on their neighbors, spending money on wastefulness, and flaunting their wealth get attacked by aliens that are hideous and powerful. The aliens use a bright light to locate and transfix the victims, sucking them up into their crafts.

The “hero-first-class” has become partly infected with alien DNA because he looked into the light and then got knocked out of the way by his friends. He was growing some of the alien mess in his own body, and he has a pregnant girlfriend who had the same thing happen to her. After she gets knocked out of the way by her friends, she grabs her belly, and I think she’s going to say the baby is gone, but… wait for it.

In one scene, one of the forgettable characters, upon seeing hundreds of humans rising up in the air toward one of the space crafts says, “It’s like a g__-d____ed Rapture”. (They must have seen the Illuminati/New World Order Playing Cards, too, hm)?

What do the aliens want? Human brains. They have created bio-mechanical beings that have no brains, and so the monsters go out and collect people, remove their brains and spinal columns, then put them into the brainless creatures that are waiting on the mother ship.

The U.S. military comes to the rescue, and several Stealth Bombers and Blackhawk-Down moments later (why do they love to destroy helicopters in Hollywood?), one lone aircraft successfully launches a nuke into the mess. But the aliens get p’d off, and the Mothership just repairs itself and the visitors continue their search and destroy mission. Now the few survivors have been exposed to radiation, but they have clear skin and no boils on them and keep trucking.

The lone “hero-second-class” is left alone in the high-rise hedonist’s pad and turns on the gas range as he watches the monsters breaching the window. Just before the monster gets him, he kisses his crucifix, says; “Vaya con Dios, you son of a bitch”, lights a lighter and blows himself and the alien all to Hell. I had to just laugh and scratch my head. “Go with God, you son of a bitch.” Is that a curse? Or is that a blessing? That is the kind of self-conscious nonsense you find all through this movie. Someone wanted to implant some memes into the mind of the general public, and it obviously didn’t matter at all what the script was. There were two levels present in the movie, but it stank so badly that hopefully they won’t get to make that sequel.

Back to the movie:

In the end everyone but the hero and his pregnant girlfriend die. Um, well, his body is disposed of but his red brain (all the others are blue) is put into a brainless body that suddenly starts protecting his girlfriend, and by placing his hand on her belly and touching her forehead, she knows it is her beloved jerk of a boyfriend. (I called it when I saw the red brain).

Of course, the machine she is in has discovered that she is pregnant, and has dropped her just before her brain extraction. Obviously they are making room for a sequel where there will be a little hybrid baby – it has to be a hybrid because why would they keep an undeveloped human brain (if one can possibly follow the logic of this farce), and of course she must be kept alive at least to nurse it. I guess her monster boyfriend will cut a deal or something in the sequel.

As to the worn out visual effects – I can’t call them special at all. In fact, some of them were reminiscent of War of the Worlds with Mr. Tom “Scientology” Cruise.

This is another one of those “hopeless” movies. I can, unfortunately, see how really impressionable teens might become severely depressed watching this. Kind of like the Fourth Kind – a loser of a movie with a hopeless ending.

Just a word to the wise:

Aliens are not from outer space. They are demons and fallen angels of old. They are not our friends, and swapping bubble-gum, sharing marshmallows around the campfire, receiving messages, or exchanging DNA with them will NOT help the situation here on earth. They are doomed to HELL, and they know it. Their job is to see to it that YOU don’t find out. The blood of Yeshua/Jesus is against them. The question is, are you covered by that blood? That is your only protection.

My advice is not to waste your money, time, or most especially, your brain cells on this movie. Better to go visit one of the new links I have added under the UFO heading if you want a REAL feast for your mind.

Don’t let the enemy take anything from you.

May Yeshua/Jesus open your eyes today.

Conundrum404

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