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V (TV Series –)

V (TV Series –)
Movie: V (TV Series –)(2010)[tt1307824] Not all aliens are nice and cute like Yoda, ET or ALF. When a race of reptilian-like aliens arrives on Earth in disguise as humans, they show their good intentions, but they have a more sinister plan to conquer our planet and destroy all human race on Earth. Written byahmetkozan
Title V (TV Series –)
Release Date 13 April 2010 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Production Companies The Scott Peters Company, HDFilms, Warner Bros. Television
Elizabeth Mitchell
Elizabeth Mitchell...
 Erica Evans ...
Morris Chestnut
Morris Chestnut...
 Ryan Nichols ...
Joel Gretsch
Joel Gretsch...
 Father Jack Landry ...
Logan Huffman
Logan Huffman...
 Tyler Evans ...
Laura Vandervoort
Laura Vandervoort...
 Lisa ...
Morena Baccarin
Morena Baccarin...
 Anna ...
Scott Wolf
Scott Wolf...
 Chad Decker ...
Christopher Shyer
Christopher Shyer...
 Marcus ...
Charles Mesure
Charles Mesure...
 Kyle Hobbes ...
Mark Hildreth
Mark Hildreth...
 Joshua ...
Roark Critchlow
Roark Critchlow...
 A.D. Paul Kendrick ...
Scott Hylands
Scott Hylands...
 Father Travis ...
Lourdes Benedicto
Lourdes Benedicto...
 Valerie Stevens ...

Reviews

Nyx_Selene on 4 November 2009
I was worried that this, as a remake of a cult series, would be either bad or silly, but I really liked the pilot episode, and I'm looking forward to seeing the next one.It's faster paced than the original "V", but as I found the original sometimes frustratingly slow, I wasn't bothered by this. The aliens are made to seem a lot more human - all except for their leader Anna (played by Morena Baccarin), who made my skin crawl. She has some facial expressions that would make me back up and start looking for something to use as a weapon. She really builds up a certain feeling of paranoia, and a definite feeling of not knowing what she's planning. Both fit this story well, I think. Thankfully, there's a lot less characters in this version than the old one. I always found them hard to keep track of, and here it seems they've chosen to concentrate on a fewer number of people. It wouldn't surprise me if I come to like this new version of "V" better than the old one. The old one was very much about people; how they reacted, felt and interacted. The new one seems to be a bit more about the action and thriller elements.

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