X-Files: Fight the Future
Reviewed by Beau Murray
Rating: 7 Beans
swore I was not going to see this movie. I spouted off to everyone I knew that I wasn't going to see it. But what did it take for me to give in? Two hours to kill and a freinds' invitation. I would like to say that it is a bad movie. But, on the other side of the coin, it is a great T.V. episode.
And a television episode it is. The special effects are great, the plot is cool, the acting is first-rate. But you can't walk out of the theater without feeling like you paid $7.50 to see a rather long season finale. The main problem that I had was simple. NOTHING WAS RESOLVED!!! Nothing, not a single, solitary question you have is answered. I felt so robbed after seeing this one. The only comparison I can come up with is "Groundhog Day" starring Bill Murray. The movie starts up and goes through a abundance of seemingly important events. Then it ends, and the next morning you are back in the exact some place at the exact same time. It was all so very irrelvent.
I'm sure that some X-files fan will dispute my conclution, but I really don't care. I don't watch the show, I don't even have a TV. I don't care if the X-files are reopened or not. I want to know when our beloved agents are going to hook-up. I want to know about the evil guys. I want to know where Mulder's sister is (ok, I watched the first one and a half seasons). And not one of these questions were answered. Save your money, what you expect to happen does.
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