The Phenomenon (2020)

The Phenomenon (2020)
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  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release year: 2020 ()
  • Running time: 100 min
  • Original Title: The Phenomenon
  • Voted: 815

This documentary examines unidentified aerial phenomenon. With testimony from high-ranking government officials, and NASA Astronauts, Senator Harry Reid says it "makes the incredible credible."

1Peter CoyoteNarrator
  • One of the Best Documentary Films on the Subject of UFOs & UAPs by 9

    Highly recommended for anyone interested in the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects. Director James Fox's explosive documentary is one the most credible and revealing films ever made about the long-standing global cover-up and mystery involving unidentified aerial phenomenon. Including shocking never-before-seen testimony from high-ranking government and military officials, NASA Astronauts, and riveting footage, the timely film includes bombshell reveals about UAP incursions at nuclear weapon facilities and the monumental events behind the NY Times' recent disclosure of The Pentagon's secret UFO Program. Providing eye-opening evidence that mankind is not alone in the universe.

  • Fully packed UFO doc. by 10

    People talking trash need to understand one thing. The importance of this documentary is not in the next new undeniable evidence, its about keeping the awareness on the UFO subject and the fact that we are still waiting for disclosure. And the doc is doing exactly that by delivering the statements of the most credible military/government officials sources in the last 60+ years. Densley packed and on point.Jamie Fox continues to be our hero and fighter for the Truth.

  • An excellent narrative of all the facts to date by 7

    If you're an avid UFO buff, there isn't much new in this documentary. It is, however, an excellent narrative of all the known "facts" to date. The highlight is definitely the children from the Zimbabwean primary school and their reactions to their contact experience. For anyone interested in the phenomena, this is a must see introduction to the most sinister cover up in human history.

  • Well made documentary, but I was disappointed! by 7

    Let me explain. I've had an interest in this subject for many years. I've watched thousands of hours of documentaries, youtube videos, discussions, interviews and so I have to agree with one of the other reviewers here that there was nothing in this movie that was new to me. It's basically the same old stories that have been in every other documentary and TV series.Before its release there was promises of revelations, bombshells and the like and if you're new to the subject then that would seem to be the case, but in reality all these events and incidents have been replayed and revisited in a hundred other documentaries.I did like the animations of various craft. It gave me an idea of what the witnesses were actually seeing at the time, and this is a topic that needs as much exposure as possible to pressure the world's governments into revealing the truth so the more dicussion this movie gets, the better.From the way this was advertised, I was expecting an even more explosive version of Dr Steven Greer's documentary 'Unacknowledged'. Sadly it wasn't the case and it looks like 'Unacknowledged' will remain the pinnacle of UAP exposure movies for some time to come.I gave it seven stars as it was very well put together and will help to get the message out there but it lost three stars for not containing anything new or explosive or anything even resembing a bombshell.

  • New cases great film by 10

    I loved the fact that even the old ufo cases where not ones I have seen time after time. The new material covered is done very well. I was glued to the screen. Really presented everything in a great way.