Originally posted by yiersan
Mel Gibson had made a movie about grain circles before, forgot that name. Grays were in it!
And X-Files! Isn't that the series/movie making Grays so famous?
IMO Signs with Mel Gibson was a great movie. Here is an interesting fact. This movie was release in 2002 and it is still available for download on
some torrent websites. Right now as we speak there are 330 people downloading that movie from torrent sites, and I am one of them. 275 downloads for a
old movie like this one, it is kind of weird isn't it? I guess people are more and more interested by what might happen in a near future, and are
doing research about "Visitors" from another part of the universe visiting earth.
Signs plot: A family living on a farm finds mysterious crop circles in their fields which suggests something more frightening to come.
c/p from IMDB:
In Bucks County, Pennsylvania, a five-hundred-foot crop circle is found on the farm of Graham Hess, the town's reverend. The circles cause a media
frenzy and test Hess's faith as he journeys to find out the truth behind the crop circles. Written by Tim Salazar
After the death of his wife in a freak accident, Reverend Graham Hess questions his faith and even leaves the church. Six months later, he discovers a
gigantic crop circle in his yard. Similar events happen all over the world. Graham's children think it's aliens, his brother thinks it's
pranksters, and Graham doesn't know what to think. However, as more and more strange events occur, he realizes something big is coming, and it's
probably not going to be friendly. Written by rmlohner
After former Reverend, Graham Hess discovers a crop circle at his farm; publicity begins to buzz, as crop circles are discovered around the world.
With mixed thoughts on who is responsible, the family are about to encounter the unexpected and learn how to survive as a family. Written by
In Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Colleen Hess, the wife of local priest Reverend Graham Hess, dies a horrific death in a traffic accident. After the
accident, Graham denounces his faith and his vocation to work full time on his farm. His brother, Merrill, a former minor league baseball player known
more for his batting brawn than his finesse, moves into the farmhouse to assist his brother in looking after Graham's two adolescent children,
asthmatic son Morgan and daughter Bo, who has a finicky taste for water. Six months after the accident, crop circles appear in Graham's corn field.
They initially speculate that local trouble-making youth could be the culprits. However they learn that theirs is only one of a number of crop circles
made simultaneously worldwide. In addition, animals have been acting erratically. Morgan and Bo seem to have a better sense of what is happening than
the adults. Based on other evidence, the family slowly begins to believe that the crop circles are only one of many signs being sent by
extraterrestrials. Not knowing if the extraterrestrials are friendly or not, the Hesses take extreme precautions to protect themselves. Graham also
begins to believe that nothing that happens is by chance, and that everything has a reason.