7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Long But Satisfying,
This review is from: UFOs and Close Encounters (DVD)
Entertainment or truth? "UFOs and Close Encounters" blurs the line between what we think we know and what we wish to prove. Offering nine sections of interviews, reenactments and archaeological examination, the film delves into the theory of aliens moving among us. Will viewers believe it? Perhaps not, but the case made is still quite compelling.
No more so than the presentation of the famed Billy Meier story. It is here that the film makes its most credible findings and the audience will appreciate it.
What they may hate, however, is the long run-time. "UFOs and Close Encounters" clocks in at over 500 minutes. Watching it in one-viewing would be difficult for even the most enthusiastic of conspiracy fans. The DVDs must instead be scheduled between work, school and other obligations; which can make the experience awkward.
Is the material worth the effort? Yes. Will most be able to justify devoting that much time to it? No.