Last night for the very first time, I saw the 1977 Steven Spielberg classic, Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind.
Again, like Satan’s Triangle, we have another movie made in the 70s that was simply amazing.
Wow, I don’t even know where to begin. UFO sightings are becoming more frequent in the United States and across the world. So frequent in fact, that it’s impossible for the government and the military to hide it from the population.
It’s hard to write this review without giving away the entire movie, it’s just something you have to see if you have an interest in UFOs and extraterrestrials.
I’ve always believed in life elsewhere in the universe, but after watching this movie something made a whole lot of sense.
The character Richard Dreyfuss played, Roy; that trance-like obsession where you’re using art as an outlet to make sense of something. I’ve been there and I’ve experience it-drawing something over and over again.
Well, what we find out later in the movie is that all the people from all over the world who were drawing, or painting, or making that mountain image, where being called by the extraterrestrials.
The extraterrestrials were communicating with them telepathically, and what the people were actually obsessing over was a monument or a marker at the location where the UFOs were landing.
The extraterrestrials wanted these individuals, it was their calling, but the government was using the military to wall off the public from discovering the landing site.
Movie: Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind.
Release Date: 1977
Director: Steven Spielberg
Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Francois Truffaut, Terri Garr, and Melinda Dillion.
Rating: 5 out of 5 Clapboards 🎬🎬🎬🎬🎬