If it's crap, we'll tell you.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 25, 2008
Spill.com, ranked as one of the 20 most popular movie and entertainment sites on the web, releases its review today of The X-Files: I Want to Believe. The new X Files movie opens in theaters nationwide today.
Six years after the X-Files series left the air, the long-delayed big screen continuation reunites series stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson in the roles of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. X-Files creator Chris Carter returns to direct, co-writing the script with series veteran Frank Spotnitz for 20th Century Fox. The stand-alone sequel also stars Billy Connolly, Amanda Peet and rapper Xzibit.
The movie trailer implores that "To find the truth, you must believe," and audiences have been asked to believe that the movie is worth seeing. The storyline of the X-Files movie has been kept under wraps but according to the official X-Files movie site (xfiles.com), promises to take the relationship of Agents Mulder and Scully in "unexpected directions." The veiled secrecy has led early critics to wonder if the truth is the movie will fail to deliver. Today, the Spill Crew answers that question.
Always honest and sometimes irreverent the Spill Crew's animated movie reviews live up to their motto is "If it's crap, we'll tell you." Agents Mulder and Scully will be no match for the Spill Crew in their quest for the truth. Will audiences cheer or jeer the return of the FBI Agents? Tune in today to find out how you should spend your weekend movie money.
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