PG-13 | | Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Mulder and Scully must fight the government in a conspiracy and find the truth about an alien colonization of Earth.
Chris Carter originally wanted to end the television series after the fifth season, and continue the show mythology with a series of films, beginning with this one. The Fox Network, however, saw the series as too profitable, and forced Carter to write this film... ...
Trust no one, Mr. Mulder.
When Scully is observing the state of the corpse in the morgue, she tells Mulder "it's completely (o)edematous" (American spelling of the word is without the o at the beginning whereas British spelling is with the o; the Bluray subtitle shows it as the British spelling). She mispronounces the word, though, saying the 'at' part as "aysh" instead of "et." The '(o)edem' part can be pronounced multiple ways, but the 'at' part is always pronounced "et." As an MD, she would know how to properly say this word.
$30,138,758 (USA) (19 June 1998)
$83,892,374 (USA) (9 October 1998)
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