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The truth is finally out there on DVD and Blu-ray! Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment presents The X-Files: I Want To Believe, a gripping feature film based on the global phenomenon that descends onto DVD and Blu-ray Disc (BD) on December 2nd.
By Teoh Su-Lin WHEN an FBI agent vanishes, Dana Scully (played by Gillian Anderson) and Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) are roped in to solve the case. They are led to various crime scenes guided by Father Joseph Crissman (Billy Connolly)'s fleeting visions.
By MANNING, David "Don't give up" is David Manning's advice to those who wonder about the chances of success of a movie picking up from a successful television show. -------------------- The X-Files: I Want to Believe Starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Billy Connolly.
By Nicholas Barber Film 2 The X-Files: I Want to Believe Chris Carter 105 MINS, 15 The Love Guru Marco Schnabel 87 MINS, 12A Ten years after the last X-Files film, and six years after the end of the hit TV series, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are back as FBI special agents Mulder and Scully, the most popular M&S since Marks & Spencer.
By ROB DEWALT Rob DeWalt I The New Mexican The X-Files: I Want to Believe, psychic thriller with severed appendages, rated PG-13, Regal Stadium 14, 424-6296, 1.5 chiles It's been a decade since FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) first hit the big screen and six years since The X-Files television series went off the air.
By Anthony Quinn FILMS OF THE WEEK THE X FILES: I WANT TO BELIEVE (15) Chris Carter (104 mins) ** STARRING Gillian Anderson, David Duchovny THE LOVE GURU (12A) Marco Schnabel (88 mins) * STARRING Mike Myers, Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake Ten years on from the first movie, and six years since the end of the television series, The X Files are trundled out of cold storage, though one wonders if their reopening will create much excitement beyond the loyal fanbase.
By SCOTT A. MAY To grossly oversimplify things, there appears to be two types of people in this world: those who think "The X-Files" was the greatest thing since alien anal probes and the rest of us who remain blissfully indifferent.
The exhaustive (and frequently exhausting) conspiracies of "The X-Files" _ you know, the aliens, the black oil, the nasal implants, the bees, the unmarked helicopters, Agent Scully's mysteriously vanishing ova _ were the bread and butter of the Fox TV series.
Is the truth still out there? After six years away from the world of the paranormal, alien invasions and spooky phenomena, it seems that the answer is a resounding yes, with FBI agents Mulder and Scully back in business with a brand-new X-Files movie.
By Bob Strauss It's been a decade since the first "X-Files" movie came out. And six years since the supernatural conspiracy show that spawned it ended its nine-year TV run.
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