The X-Files Movie

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The X-Files Movie (1998) expands upon the threat of alien invasion that was a major part of the paranoia mythology of the series. FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Skully encounter more cover-ups, outright denials and danger as they continue their uphill battle to uncover the truth despite the X-Files being "closed." The film plays like an episode, which is what makes the movie work-that viewers are still still left scratching their heads and wondering at the end keeps the magic of the series intact. Fun for fans and those new to the story alike.

Erik M.
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Revealing mistake: In the end when Mulder is reading the paper in the park. The paper is clearly a prop. Only the frontpage is real - when he puts the paper away you can see that the rest of the paper consists of blank pages. (01:45:45)

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Special Agent Fox Mulder: After what you saw last night, after all you've seen, you can just walk away?
Special Agent Dana Scully: I have. I did. It's done.

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Trivia: The bees in the dome scene are real (there were about 30,000 of them). David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson were actually in the dome with them, and neither of them wore protective gear, but weren't stung nonetheless.

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Question: What exactly was it about the vending machine that made Mulder realize it was actually the bomb that he and Scully were looking for?

Answer: The drink selection buttons were unresponsive after he deposited his coins, and then he noticed that the machine was illuminated despite being unplugged.

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