Pale Blue Moon

2002

Action / Sci-Fi

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IMDb Rating 4.5 10 132

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Johnny Sneed as John Lefsburg
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1 hr 26 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 2 / 10

Ultimately a rather bland and boring movie...

I didn't really know what I was getting myself into here, as I sat down in 2021 to watch the 2002 sci-fi comedy "Pale Blue Moon". But I must admit that I was expecting a bit more fun and laughs than what writer and director Mark Hosack could manage to deliver.

The storyline had potential, for sure. But it just failed to deliver. To me, this storyline was not entertaining, enjoyable or particularly enticing. I didn't really buy into the storyline and thus it was a struggle to sit through the ordeal that is "Pale Blue Moon".

Now, what made the movie crash and burn was the character gallery. The characters in this movie were just laughable. I didn't connect with a single of the characters in the movie, and I didn't really find any of them enjoyable to watch on the screen. And little did it help that the written dialogue was just rubbish.

I am sure that the acting performances were good enough, given the material that the actors and actresses had to work with; which was limiting to say the least.

Visually then "Pale Blue Moon" offers virtually nothing worthwhile of any sorts. In fact, parts of the movie were just filmed so shoddy that it felt like amateur night with a video camera.

Nay, "Pale Blue Moon" was a swing and miss. And it is definitely not a movie that I would recommend you rush out to dig up somewhere to give it a view. Much less actually having to pay for it.

My rating of the 2002 movie "Pale Blue Moon" lands on a two out of ten stars. This was just too boring.

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho 1 / 10

Amateurish and Boring Garbage

In Gibbings, Texas, the delusional Simon Applewhite (Íce Mrozek) is interrogated by two detectives and he tells nonsense sentences about an alien invasion. He tells that he was abducted when he was a child by the aliens Morgons a.k.a. Moonies that always come in threes, never in twos or fours or alone, from the dark side of the moon. People should not look them in the eyes and the aliens communicate to the moon using the radio tower. Further, they can be identified through their right nipples.

Detective John Lefsburg (Johnny Sneed), who lost his daughter and has an unbalanced wife, is assigned to take Simon to a mental institution in Madison. Along their troubled journey, Simon tells that the powerful Frank Coen (Thurman Moss) is the ambassador of the aliens. Simon escapes from John and kidnaps the goddaughter of Frank. Along his journey with Simon, Detective Lefsburg learns the truth about the Moonies.

"Pale Blue Moon" is an amateurish and boring garbage with annoying characters and situations. The idea of an abused boy that has a distorted view of reality is not bad, but the screenplay, performances and camera work are terrible and painful to watch. My vote is one (awful).

Title (Brazil): "O Extermínio" ("The Extermination")

Reviewed by andrewmcl83-170-764416 4 / 10

Not what you are expecting.

If you are expecting this movie to be about aliens, as the cover and everything else about it suggest it would be about, don't bother watching. I'm giving it a very generous 4 only because there were some funny scenes but the acting was horrible and they totally tricked you into thinking you're watching a movie about aliens yet it has absolutely nothing to do with aliens in the end and you have to wait all the way till the end to find that out. This movie is more of a comedy than anything science fiction or suspenseful I don't know how it came under those genres.

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