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February 22, 2013
PG-13 , 1 hr 37 min
1,378 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A human child is marked for future alien abduction.
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Alyvia Alyn Lind
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By Clark Collis
While there are some scares along the way, Stewart foolishly gives away the whole kit and caboodle plot-wise with an opening quotation from...
New York Post
By Sara Stewart
Mostly, though, it all ends up feeling like a lost, minor episode of “The X-Files:” A little scary, a little silly and catnip for those who...
As a shocker, Scott Stewart’s (Priest) film is solid, but it’s the thoroughly depressing backdrop that you’ll take away.
Time Out New York
The real mystery of Dark Skies isn’t who’s pulling the paranormal pranks — it’s lanky visitors from above, not vengeful spirits from beyond...
By Roger Moore
It’s a passably chilling bit of nonsense that builds on the past, the tropes of the genre, and relies on them for the odd jolt and the...
The Hollywood Reporter
Approaching the first half of the film fairly conventionally, Stewart then misses the opportunity to capitalize on shifting to more full-on...
New York Daily News
By Elizabeth Weitzman
The pacing is so tedious and the action so unexciting that it's a real thrill when J.K. Simmons shows up as a wry alien expert — and a huge...
By Calum Marsh
Scott Stewart's Dark Skies is the definitive horror film for the Tea Party era.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
The characters are reluctant to believe in the face of overwhelming evidence, mostly because writer-director Scott Stewart doesn’t want to...
Dark Skies is a bore that even the most forgiving genre buffs will find difficult to defend or endure.
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Rated PG-13 | For Violence, Language, Drug Content, All Involving Teens, Sexual Material and Terror Throughout
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Pause for kids 14 & under
Subtle but dull alien invasion movie has scares, edgy stuff.
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