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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 February 2020
Director Simon Cox has achieved a remarkable feat. A minimal budget sci-fi movie that actually manages to compete - in look and story terms - with a lot of the Hollywood blockbusters doing the rounds now.

He crowdfunded Invasion Planet Earth, and against the odds, secured additional funding outside. The project took more than a decade to make it to the screen.

But the 'proof of the pudding' is there to be seen. What you get is a plot that salutes some of the great TV sci-fi shows of the 70s and 80s, with a plot that resonates with today's social and political issues. And tied up in this big story is a wonderful human tale.

Enjoy it. I did.
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