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"Something is out there."
  • PG
  • 2006
  • 1 hr 25 min
  • 3.3  (704)

Unidentified is a 2006 science fiction film that explores the concept of alien encounters and the potential consequences of such encounters. The plot revolves around a group of friends who are on a road trip through the American Southwest when they suddenly witness strange lights in the sky that appear to be a UFO. As they continue on their journey, they encounter strange and terrifying occurrences that seem to be linked to the UFO sighting.

The film is directed by Rich Christiano and stars Jonathan Aube, Josh Adamson, and Michael Blain-Rozgay. It was produced by Christiano Film Group and distributed by Five & Two Pictures. The cinematography is by Akis Konstantakopoulos and the music is composed by Jasper Randall.

The story begins with Eddie (Jonathan Aube), a college student, and his friends Luke (Josh Adamson) and David (Michael Blain-Rozgay) embarking on a road trip through the American Southwest. They encounter a mysterious stranger, John Smith (Gregory Poppen), who warns them of the dangers that lie ahead. They dismiss his warnings and continue on their journey.

As they drive through the desert, they witness strange lights in the sky that appear to be a UFO. They try to capture the strange sighting on their camera but are unable to do so. Soon after, they stop at a gas station and encounter a group of people who appear to be controlled by an unknown force. The group is led by a man named Mason (Josh Adamson), who claims to have all the answers to their questions about the UFO sighting.

Eddie and his friends become increasingly curious about the strange occurrences around them and decide to follow Mason's group. They are taken to a remote location, where they are introduced to a group of people who have also witnessed the UFO sighting. The group claims that they have been chosen by the aliens to spread a message of peace and unity.

As the story develops, Eddie and his friends begin to suspect that there is more to the group's mission than meets the eye. They suspect that the group is not what it appears to be and that their own safety may be in jeopardy.

The film is a slow burn that gradually builds tension as the story unfolds. It features stunning visuals that capture the vastness and beauty of the American Southwest. The performances by the cast are solid, with Jonathan Aube delivering a particularly strong performance as Eddie.

Unidentified is a thought-provoking film that asks important questions about the existence of extraterrestrial life and the potential implications of their arrival on Earth. It explores themes such as faith, trust, and the search for meaning in a universe that is full of mysteries. The film's message is ultimately one of hope, as it suggests that in the face of the unknown, humanity can find common ground and unite for a better future.

Overall, Unidentified is a well-crafted science fiction film that offers a unique and intriguing take on the alien encounter genre. Its strong performances, beautiful cinematography, and compelling story make it a film that is worth watching for anyone interested in science fiction or exploring the unknown.

Unidentified is a 2006 science fiction movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 25 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.3.

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    1 hr 25 min
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    3.3  (704)