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It's this question that forms the main thread of the story: but even though the Greys' actions are at best ambiguous and at worst hostile, the viewer can't help feeling that after all this systematic abuse of their human test subjects the aliens will in the end present them with a cure for cancer. In fact, Taken is Spielberg at his most touchy-feely: for all its science fiction trappings it's basically a soap opera, lacking the sinister undercurrent of either Dark Skies or The X-Files. Nevertheless, it's an engaging series with decent performances--most notably Joel Gretsch as psychotic Owen Crawford--good special effects, and an engaging enough storyline to make it entertaining, if somewhat disposable, TV. --Kristen Bowditch
First off, I'm not sure I can handle the idiocy of these terrible CG effects. Man...Spielberg and Lucas both stopped real movie-making so long ago and instead rely on terrible... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Sho Uesugi
I saw this when it was first released and fell in love with it then. This is a must for any science fiction buff.Published 16 days ago by Steven J. Hovey
Excellent mini series. Wish Steven Spielberg would continue on where this left off!Published 1 month ago by Joe S.
This series was the greatest series made about ET being here! A great number of great actors involved, Dakota Fanning I'm sure impressed many with her maturity and articulation at... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Antwan
I don't really understand it but I love this movie. I only wish it would come out in digital format too. It's got it all. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary from Whittier
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I love this miniseries. Even though I have it on DVD, I would buy it immediately of they came out with a good Blu-ray version. I've been waiting impatiently for a few years so far, hopefully Spielberg will consider re-releasing this soon.
Jan 15, 2011 by Greg Purdy | See all 8 posts