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A 2-hour episode…but so what?
I’ve met a LOT of people who whine that this is just a two-hour episode with a big budget. I don’t see how that’s a complaint. I mean, if one of the best-written, best-directed, most atmospheric shows on television makes a movie-length episode that can stand on its own…what’s the problem? That still makes it more intelligent than 90% of the movies put out this summer.
Bigger and — well, just bigger.
What happens to this movie is what generally happens to a successful and reasonably well-done small-scale story when Hollywood (generically speaking) gets hold of it. It’s vulgarized.
I’m not a big fan of the original TV series, although I suppose over time I’ve seen most of the available episodes. Some of them are pretty dull. But the writers as a collective whole had respect for the real fans. The plots are often hard to follow and sometimes don’t make sense but the real interest in any case was in the relationship between Mulder and Scully, as well as between the two of them and the mystery they were trying to unravel. It was all very subdued. Lots of dark rooms with flashlight beams waving around. A bit of f/x with bumps running around under someone’s skin but not much of that. And, most endearing, a good deal of low-key humor. But because not much is made of the comedy you have to watch carefully for it. In one episode, Mulder confronts a self-proclaimed mind reader, thrusts his head forward, and says, “Read this thought.” The mind-reader raises his eyebrows and snaps back, “So’s your old man.” The exchange is over in a few seconds. All of the humor was rather like that. And it’s missing in this movie, which takes itself much too seriously and tries to make up for these kinds of crabwise quotidian exchanges by an expanded scale. A building in the movie blows up in tremendous fireballs. Cars actually — can you believe this? — smash into one another when they crash. Special effects abound in a way they didn’t in the series, overcoming the mind, boggling it with their monstrousness, a huge space ship, a hole in the ice!
The plot is as silly as any of the sillier ones in the series. A government conspiracy revolving around a virus that was stored by the original aliens who inhabited the earth — am I getting this right? — and it winds up with Mulder stalking across the infinite expanse of antarctic snow and happening to fall into the only available hidden three-foot-wide hole that leads down through three or four layers until he finds himself lying exhausted at the bottom of a thirty foot chute in the ice. Does he try to get out? Not on your life, or on his either. He digs deeper, which only makes sense, as long as you’re trying to come out in China so your can order General Tsao’s chicken in General Tsao’s Original Chinese Restaurant.
The acting. Dealing with Gillian Anderson first. She has a skewed kind of beauty, her face from certain angles resembling a Renaissance sculpture, and from others an ordinarily beautiful Hausfrau. I find myself wondering what her molars look like. Her figure is odd as well, no neck to speak of, and a muscularity that bespeaks Bronco Nagurski. I don’t mean that to sound worse than it does. She’s an extremely attractive woman. Love that nose, which reminds me of an overhanging ledge I once took a photo of in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Her acting is adequate, both here and in the series, but it’s impossible to tell what sort of legs her career will have because her range is necessarily so constricted. David Duchovny, I am assured by multiple sources, is a big hearthrob. His face has been described as “panty melting.” Okay — I don’t hold that against him, despite my jealousy. He seems like a nice guy. I’d like to play poker with him. But, as in Anderson’s case, the role restricts him. I can’t tell whether he’s an actor or not. I’ve never seen either of them in anything except their series.
I genuinely believe that fans of the series might as well stick with the series. A few miles of rough road now and then, but it’s a superior TV entity. This movie is not much more than exploitation of the fans’ interest.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 1 min (121 min)
Genre Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi
Director Rob Bowman
Writer Chris Carter, Frank Spotnitz
Actors David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, John Neville
Country United States
Awards 7 wins & 11 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Arriflex 35-III, Panavision Primo Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA (also prints)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 500T 5279, Eastman EXR 200T 5293)
Cinematographic Process Super 35
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)