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Keith (Jonathan Aube) and Brad (Josh Adamson), two reporters from a national magazine are sent to investigate because their editor wants to do a story on the controversial subject of UFOs. One thinks they are a hoax, one thinks something is out there. What transpires becomes a quest to prove the other guy wrong. Are UFOs real? A hoax? Is there an explanation? From Rich Christiano, the Director of Time Changer, and with a cast that includes Grammy award-winning singer Rebecca St. James in a supporting role, Unidentified is a thought provoking film about the UFO phenomenon. Approx. 85 minutes.
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Ben UmnusWisconsinAge: 18-24Gender: male3 Stars Out Of 5Interesting theory, a bit pushy at times.August 5, 2011Ben UmnusWisconsinAge: 18-24Gender: maleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 4Have you ever wondered if aliens and UFO's are real? Have you heard others swear they've seen UFO's or have been abducted before? Are you a Christian wondering if any of this talk is biblical? Whether any of this is the case for you or not, you might like to see the movie: Unidentified. This Rich Christiano film is a Christian based movie which addresses the topic of UFO sightings. I am a bit mixed up on this film as there were things I agreed with, but some things within the movie I didn't like very much either...
Unidentified is about a magazine called Two Sides. Several of their reporters are currently investigating multiple UFO sightings. The magazine is called Two Sides, because the company purposely has journalists investigating a topic through two different view points; seems kind of a cool idea since most media nowadays is slanted to only one view-point lol. One side is led by an Australian accented Atheist (say that three times fast lol) named Brad and the other side is the co-team of Darren and Keith. Brad thinks the UFO sightings are a big hoax, Darren thinks they are a Satanic distraction, and Brad is uncertain about things and wants to investigate further before making up his mind. Just what will these reporters uncover through these multiple investigations... will they see aliens?
One thing I liked about the movie: Unidentified is that they do present an interesting theory about some UFO sightings. I actually do believe it's entirely possible some of the UFO sightings people have claimed to have seen in the past could actually be Satanic distractions and red herrings, although to be fair I don't know if I can honestly say that for all of the past "sightings"; some could be government hoaxes for all I know. One thing I didn't like about Unidentified, however, is that although Darren was right about much of what he spoke of, I do feel he was a bit pushy about it at times like when Brad, Keith, and he spoke with the teenage girl. Another thing I didn't like is although I liked a bit of the acting, Brad in particular was pretty good, I felt the way the movie went wasn't the most realistic. One instance in particular is it just seemed way too easy for Darren and Keith to successfully evangelize to the mechanic; but maybe that's just my experience... Another thing I liked about this movie though is the camera work and special affects were not bad for a low-budget film. All in all, this isn't the greatest film out there and no you won't see any aliens, but it does make you think...
Craig Chilton1 Stars Out Of 5November 24, 2009Craig ChiltonThree aspects of this film were quite disappointing. (1) The notion that UFOs cannot be actual extraterrestrial visitors displays narrowmindedness. (2) The forcefulness of the witnessing bordered on being obnoxious. (3) The event at the end of the film SHOULD have turned out to be the real deal!
Clark Nussbaum5 Stars Out Of 5October 3, 2009Clark NussbaumI love this movie; Christiano Films make great movies for the whole family. I had loaned out this movie and did not receive it back so I bought another.
Lisa5 Stars Out Of 5July 27, 2009LisaABsolutely outstanding!!! This movie may very well be a glimpse of the future on earth. Believers and unbelievers alike will be asked to examine what they believe about something very important.
Lalit5 Stars Out Of 5February 5, 2009LalitThis is an amazing and 'not-to-be-missed' movie. The occult, sorcery, etc. are self-destructive (Revelation 22:15) and propagated by Satan who is the father of lies. (John 8:44.)"And no wonder, for even Satan masquerades as an angel of light." - 2 Corintihians 11:14.
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