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Calling All Earthlings is a movie starring Daniel Boone, Eric Burdon, and Valerie Gill. A 1950's Howard Hughes employee-confidante, George Van Tassel, uses alien guidance and Nikola Tesla's ideas to build a time machine -- The...

Genres
Sci-Fi, History, Documentary
Director
Jonathan Berman
Starring
Daniel Boone, Desiree Hurtak, Eric Burdon, Valerie Gill

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Product details

Genres Sci-Fi, History, Documentary
Director Jonathan Berman
Stars Daniel Boone, Desiree Hurtak, Eric Burdon, Valerie Gill
Country USA
Also Known As People of Earth
Runtime 1 h 14 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A 1950's Howard Hughes employee-confidante, George Van Tassel, uses alien guidance and Nikola Tesla's ideas to build a time machine -- The Integratron. Is he deluded, or could it actually work? As waves of devotees join him in the California desert, the FBI gets involved fearing insurrection and possibly more. Nearing completion, Van Tassel's tale and the Integratron meet an unexpected end: the "workings" of the dome finally emerge. The unusual story is told by historians, astronomers and current residents of Joshua Tree, including the stewards of the Integratron, the Karl Sisters, and a galaxy of believers and skeptics alike.

Top reviews

Sunday, 24 May 2020 17:51

The reason I saw this documentary was because of Michael Moore's own documentary, Bowling for Columbine, which I had the chance to see a couple of days earlier. The documentary covers many aspects of the Columbine High School Massacre, including the film industry's reaction to it, as well as the movie community's response. The message in the documentary is that Hollywood and the film industry are still scared of the public, especially with the Sandy Hook shooting, which was also an example of a movie studio trying to censor the public, rather than address the issue in a more positive way. There are several other very important points in the film, such as the importance of preserving the environment, the need to give people a voice and respect for their individuality, and the importance of staying true to your morals and values. I would have to agree with the above, especially with the importance of respecting and giving people a voice, and respecting the individual's identity. I will say, the director did a great job in documenting this movie, and getting the audience to understand the most important message in the documentary. The documentary also covers a lot of other important topics that many people will want to know about, such as the importance of protecting the environment, and respecting people's individuality. I also liked the fact that there was a point in the documentary where a couple of people in the audience were actually arrested for their participation in the protests. I did not see this documentary for the purpose of making a political statement, but for the purpose of watching a great documentary, which is well worth seeing. I give it a rating of 8 out of 10, as it was an excellent documentary that really gave me a good insight into the film industry and the importance of protecting the environment.
Friday, 15 May 2020 02:14

The film covers the last few years of the life of the enigmatic "aliens" from the planet "Contact", and its people. This documentary explores their motivations, their ideologies, their fears, and their hope. I enjoyed the interviews with numerous other scientists, who are skeptical about the UFO phenomenon, and many scientists who are in favor of a new planet called "Earth" (others suggest Venus, Neptune, etc). The documentary also features interviews with many popular actors, who are featured as well. The filmmaker is a college professor, and a researcher of this subject matter. His subjects include a physicist, an astronomer, a biologist, a psychiatrist, a neuroscientist, a philosopher, and others. While the film does not get into specifics about what these aliens are trying to accomplish, it does reveal that they have good intentions. I think that it was not enough to simply present the main issues in the film, but to go into as much detail as possible. This was not the case with the documentary I saw, which did not get into much detail, leaving the viewer to draw their own conclusions. As a result, many people will not be able to come to their own conclusions about what they see. The documentary ends with a strong message of hope for the future. It is important that we continue to search for truth and help other people do the same. While the film does not get into much detail, it does give us a strong message about what we can do to help the planet "Contact". The director is a professor, and he knows that his subjects are not always right, and the documentary is not perfect. There are a few factual errors, such as the fact that the aliens' technology is limited. This film could have used more footage to showcase their technologies. The film could have also shown some more interviews with the aliens, in order to better understand their beliefs and motives. Overall, the film is still a good one, and is worth seeing. It is interesting to hear what the aliens believe and why they believe that they should be allowed to "live in peace" on Earth. This documentary is not a complete documentary, but it is a good one.


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