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Another (!) forthcoming alien movie - "Unaware"

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posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 09:32 AM

Originally posted by DarrenBent

Originally posted by dplum517
reply to post by Yukitup

I too have wondered why and how many Alien films Spielberg has been involved in. Close Encounters has to be one of the most blatant films about "possible" real events.
Anyways the one that looked the best to me was the one that had the shortest trailer, Apollo 18. I always think of why we didn't go back and how we probably have gone back and they are just lying about it.

How do you think they could keep a Saturn V launch secret?

That one is fairly easy - Sea Launch (Energia).

Here's another thread by Zorgon that you might be interested in:

posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 11:16 AM
Oh it's been a while since I've posted here on ATS. Here goes.

Right off the bat, the first two films look woeful. Really bad. Battle of Los Angeles looks pretty good however.

I just wonder, IssacKoi, if it's your belief that we are getting prepared for some sort of mass disclosure on Extraterrestrial Intelligence though various media outlets (such as film) then why would they try and scaremonger us with movies about genocidal beings hell-bent on obliterating humankind?.

Battle of Los Angeles looks like it might have quite a grim outcome after all; do you think they want us to fear them perhaps?

I'm not convinced entirely.
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posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 11:21 AM
I like sci fi movies (oddly enough I dont care too much about sci fi seriese like star trek stargate etc.). Can there be a year with too much scifi? We shall wait and see.

If you were into the buisness of making movies and avatar is the movies that made the most cash in the history of the universe, what would you do? Why pump out more alien movies of course.
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posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 12:47 PM
Thanks for the info.

Also looking forward to see what comes out of this Bloomkamp teaser trailer from Wired:

Maybe it'll be related to our topic.

posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 04:30 PM
reply to post by IsaacKoi

I wholeheartedly agree Isaac.

Most of those films look pretty cliche. However, the trailer from Unaware looked a bit creepy. I'm still on the fence about Roswell, so maybe the movie will push me into the 'believers yard.'

posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 04:45 PM
Movies about "evil" alien invasions are getting boring... (there are already too many good movies about that, and even more poor movies)... I realy would like to see another movie like "Close Encounter of the Third Kind", it was the best Alien movie IMO...

posted on Dec, 15 2010 @ 07:06 PM
Do not forget also:

Mars needs moms
Apollo 18
Transformers 3: The Dark of the Moon

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posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 01:38 AM
reply to post by IsaacKoi

As mentioned in some other replies, I couldn't help but notice the fact that aliens are portrayed in an extremely malicious manner. Obviously it's Hollywood so anything sensational is favored over realism. But it does bother me a bit.

Wouldn't it be awesome though? A down to earth (no pun intended) modern day ET contact movie that shows benevolent aliens struggling to help mankind in the face of worldwide government and corporate corruption/suppression.

Might be a tad too close to home though. Heaven forbid anyone does anything "realistic..." these days.

posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 01:59 AM

Originally posted by 46ACE
how about cowboys and aliens:
saw the trailer in the theatre last week.
sorry; I see its been posted above...

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Awsome I want One! The wrist weapon I mean

Might stop the neighbours cat #ing in my yard

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posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 04:05 AM
Always negative movies about them! Its getting old and irratating,should do somthing more positive/passive impression with them and stay true to the info from research thats been done on this.. the abductee are never harmed and returned alive,and when they come they make sure they give impression on the people they take so they do not feel fear..even the fourth kind exaggerated this.

I remember reading travis walton case and he never had to run for his how holywood twisted his version of what happend in the movie they made.was ridiculous and disinfo.

The only ones I have seen so far that get it right is communion movie and Intruders(film) based on Budd Hopkins research

posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 06:05 AM
reply to post by Justaposter

lmao! that is exactly what I thought except I thought it was driving off on a bike. I had to pause it and keep checking but it turns out its just dragging one of the people away. Looks cheesy!

posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 10:05 AM

Originally posted by Cybernet
Do not forget also:

Mars needs moms


By the way, I've noticed quite a lot of children's films with aliens in them in the last 2 or 3 years. Some of them have been quite fun to watch with my kids and have contained some references to UFO lore, e.g. Monsters v Aliens and Planet 51.

A few of those kids films have been pretty merciless in ridiculing UFO buffs in a very light hearted manner...

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posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 10:30 AM
reply to post by IsaacKoi

Yes, I have noticed this too. They need to score effectively on all fronts. Look at March of next year. You have two major alien movies coming out - Battle Los Angeles (for adults), Mars needs moms (for kids).

Also do not forget the movies of the past - Disney's Race to Witch Mountain was more than just entertainment. It is amazing how much they are pushing their agenda. Also, Cameron must to be in the loop if you look closely at Avatar. So is Spielberg, no chance it is all an accident.
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posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 04:26 PM

Originally posted by dplum517
reply to post by DarrenBent

Well there are plenty of places on the planet that everday folk cannot monitor.

How many secret Saturn V launch sites around the world are you aware of? Are you aware of the logistics it took to launch a Saturn V? Do you think this could have been done in some backwater with no logistic support?

And if it launches from underground that also helps a little.

How does that help a little? Please explain. It still has to go from ground level to upper atmosphere does it not?

But in my personal opinion if we have gone back to the moon it is not with rockets but rather UFO technology that has been invented or back engineered, which means that would be very hard to trace.

What are you basing your personal opinion on? Personal experience? Wish fullfilment? Please provide proof to back up your personal opinion.

I eagerly await your reply with all relevant proofs.

posted on Dec, 16 2010 @ 07:25 PM
reply to post by Justaposter

"Unaware" seems to be the most real of the "Found Footage" types to date. It appears that the Producers are giving us just a quick little view of the Alien Footage from the Trailer. Thanks for that!! Very catching and just wondering why "Area 51"'s trailer is copying" "Unaware"'s trailer which has been out since August 2010? Not only that but it is copying other footage from the famous "Alien Autopsy" from years ago. On another note, looking at the comments about an Alien dragging a victim into the foggy light of the spacecraft (I presume) where exactly do these people see a lawnmower, quad, bicycle, etc? The good thing about "YouTube" is that we have the ability to slow down and back up scenes in which it becomes almost clear. Very scary and suggestive footage. Is that an abductuion?
I have to agree with another "post" that eagerly says "if "Unaware" has won so many awards this far there must be something to it"...............We must give it a shot and quit comparing it to the other "not so similar" Found Footage films of the past.
If you decide to not watch a movie based solely on your disliking of it's trailer you might have missed lots of very good/interesting movies and therefore, left out on some very good conversations relating to the same. I want to be part of the discussion that ensues after its release. Whether good or bad or otherwise.

posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 11:50 AM

Originally posted by Cybernet
Do not forget also:

Transformers 3: The Dark of the Moon

Thanks, I hadn't seen a trailer for this one:

posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 11:55 AM
Awesome! I truly cant wait to see some of these movies.Truthfully speaking, none of these would compare to alien movies that were based off of true events, like fire in the sky. Fire in the sky was just plain creepy, and true!! So far that i can tell, there has not been any movies out that are based off of true events. The fourth kind comes close but everyone knows that was fake.

posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 03:31 PM

Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
Ok...first there were fast there are going to be fast aliens.

I'm not liking this trend...bring back the slow ones scare me

I agree 100% : )

These movies look amazing.
Also for anyone that hasn't seen it the Transformers 3 trailer has the same "what if" feeling I get from the other vids.

Thanks for this post S&F
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posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 03:34 PM
Well I am glad to see there is a lot of choice out there.

From what I see, "A70" looks most promising for those who like something based on reality. I personally can go for a special effects invasion movie like "Battle of Los Angeles". I like the originality of "Cowboys and Aliens" and for a laugh, I would definitely consider "Paul".

As far as the "alternate history/fake reality/"found footage" goes, I might try out "Apollo 18", because it might at least explore some interesting "what if" ideas if the US had encountered aliens on the moon during Apollo.
From the looks of it, I will definitely pass on "Area 51" and "Unaware". I find this "Blair Witch" concept to be very boring and raises serious questions about ethics of marketing fiction as "truth".

I would definitely consider "Mars Needs Moms" just for fun. "Planet 51" was great!

posted on Dec, 17 2010 @ 03:40 PM
Oh my I am so looking forward for this Paul Movie...must be hilarious with these two great actors.
By the way, how many Steven Spielberg's are there, I mean that dude is involved in almost everyone of them...very suspicious, don't you think!?

Take care

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