Beyond the Sky

2018

Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller

60
IMDb Rating 6 10 2,744

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Dee Wallace as Christine Hodges
Don Stark as Hook
Peter Stormare as Sloan
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704.35 MB
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23.976 fps
82 min
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1.32 GB
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English
NR
23.976 fps
82 min
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699.3 MB
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English
NR
23.976 fps
82 min
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English
NR
23.976 fps
82 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by hampersnow-28905 2 / 10 / 10

A good idea, but not well realized.

The idea behind this film was interesting, a man who believes alien abductions are not real and just something people dream up to cover more painful truths, sets about debunking the myth of these alien abductions. Had the movie been well written and directed it might have worked, and although the actors give it their all, only some succeed while others seem to be hamming it up. Characters go about doing things that advance the plot but make no sense. The entire production seems kind of hokey, and I never believed in anything I was watching. He's suppose to be making a documentary ? Didn't believe it. A romance ? Contrived . All I ever felt in watching this was that I was watching a poorly made low budget film, even down to casting an actor who appears to be Oriental as an American Indian. Fake, predictable and just plain stupid.

Reviewed by wellslogan 7 / 10 / 10

Interesting premise but makes 3 twists too many

I went into this thinking it would be a found-footage film and the premise was enough to get me interested. Instead it's shot from a traditional perspective with some "first person" and "documentary" shots sprinkled in. To save you from having to actually watch this mediocre film here is a story breakdown: Things start to spiral out of control plot-wise after the main character Chris meets Emily, the girl who claims to have been abducted multiple times and says she will be again on her birthday. Chris and Emily quickly develop an unconvincing relationship, which ends up being important later. The first twist drops when Chris, Emily, and Chris' camera man buddy get "abducted" by "aliens" who turn out to be a local businessman and another dude who apparently have been going around kidnapping people and shooting them full of "military grade hallucinogens" (actual line from the film). These nefarious men-in-black are trying to keep the UFO-tourism money flowing, I guess? Chris manages to escape in a contrived fashion and free Emily and his camera man buddy, and the three of them find they've been taken to a remote location with little possibility to escape - cornered by their captors, until... Twist 2: there really ARE aliens! In come the real aliens to save the day - they somehow know that the businessman baddie is the baddie and zap him, causing him to have a heart attack, or something, and he falls off a 5 foot ledge to his weirdly-bloody death. Then the aliens begin the process of "beaming up" Emily - only Chris jumps in at the last moment and gets beamed up with her. Then Chris, for some reason, wakes up onboard the ship to find him and Emily unattended, except Emily is having her memories modified, for some reason, even though Chris isn't, for some reason. Chris manages to free himself and Emily (for real, both the real and fake alien captors in this film are seriously incompetent) and the two of them wander the alien craft until they run into the actual aliens and we find out... Twist 3: the aliens are actually FUTURE HUMANS This is where the plot completely goes off the rails. Apparently the aliens are actually humans from the future who have evolved to the point where they "only see logic" and have apparently lost the ability to feel emotions... I guess? After they witness the budding relationship between Emily and Chris, they reveal themselves and explain that they have actively been removing the bad memories from at least the two of them for their whole lives, in order to change their future, or something. In the end it doesn't matter because they send Emily and Chris back to Earth and the movie pretty much ends. There's a time skip "seven years and 9 months"

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 7 / 10 / 10

The Truth about Alien Abduction

When Chris Norton (Ryan Carnes) was a boy, he witnessed an argument of his parents. His mother leaves the house, there is a power surge and she vanishes. His father Peter Norton (Peter Stormare) claims that she has been abducted by aliens. On the present days, Chris is a filmmaker that wants to expose the hoax about alien abduction that destroyed his family. He travels with his crew to New Mexico to interview people that claim that had been abducted by alien that participate in an alien exposition promoted by Bill Johnson (Don Stark). Chris and his camera Brent (Claude Duhamel) meet Emily Reed (Jordan Hinson), who claims that was abducted when she was seven and fourteen years old. She will be twenty-one on three days and Chris decides to stay with her. They fall in love with each other while strange things happen to Chris and Brent. What is the truth about alien abduction? "Beyond the Sky" is an entertaining sci-fi-mystery film about alien abduction. The screenplay is well-written and the film is developed in adequate pace. Unfortunately the camera work is very poor and the hair of Jordan Hinson is awful. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): Not Available

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