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Which film is this?:

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There's this film or miniseries I saw when I was younger, and I can't remember what it is. At first, there was a massive mothership in orbit. The alien leader made a televised announcement and smaller ships came down to Earth at extreme velocities. The alien craft landed, news stopped coming to the human leaders, and the last thing that happened, the aliens located the Earth command and that was it. The film ended with the defeat of the human race. No, it's not Independence Day and it's not Mars Attacks. The aliens had a distinctive type of ship. It was made in the 1990s I think.

edited 4th Nov '10 4:19:15 PM by Shichibukai

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 2 Ironeye, Thu, 4th Nov '10 4:24:31 PM from SoCal Relationship Status: Falling within your bell curve
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 3 Seamus, Fri, 5th Nov '10 6:59:27 AM from the Quantum Savanna
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Sounds a little like one of the follow-ups they did for the original V. I can't say for sure, though.
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From that somewhat vague description it could be a lot of things. Maybe one of the Alien Nation TV movies, or Earth: Final Conflict. It also reminds me of one short in the mid 80s Twilight Zone called A Small Talent for War

 5 chihuahua 0, Fri, 12th Nov '10 3:08:05 PM from Standoff, USA Relationship Status: I'm in love with my car
I think it's an indie film. Probably 2000's. A boy in America goes to live with his uncles. They shoot fish. There was this flashback in India and there was a tiger in the movie. Can anyone help me out here?
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 7 0 Emmanuel, Sat, 14th Apr '12 4:34:14 AM from Between Elbe and Rhine
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[up] That sounds very much like Secondhand Lions. However, there is no tiger in that movie, but rather a lion.
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 8 0dd 1, Sat, 14th Apr '12 9:08:33 AM from Nowhere Land
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 9 Known Unknown, Sat, 14th Apr '12 9:44:47 AM from Here. There. Everywhere.
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I've never quite understood why we don't just have a thread pinned in each subforum. It seems... more efficient.
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