Alien Hunter

Synopsis: In 1947, in New Mexico, a radio operator receives a signal following patterns and while investigating the occurrence, he vanishes. In the present days, the same signal is transmitted from a base in the Falkland Islands to United States of America, and a satellite captures images of a unknown object in Antartic. The cryptologist Julien Rome (James Spader) is invited to investigate the mystery in the South Pole, and he flies to a research base. While a team tries to open a weird shell probably from the outer space, Julien solves the message, indeed a distress signal ordering not to open the case.
Director(s): Ron Krauss
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.1
R
Year:
2003
92 min
25 Views


NEW MEXICO, DESERT 1947

You have to consider

that they had a break during the war.

And last year Saint Louis

gave them a real good run for their money.

So this year

the Yankees are gonna get whupped.

You're crazy, Osier.

Brooklyn ain't ever gonna beat the Yankees.

- Never beat them yet, never gonna.

- You watch and see.

This is the Dodgers' year

now that they have Jackie Robinson.

Them bums couldn't beat a dead horse

with or without that Negro.

And you know what? I'm willing to bet

some hard-earned cash on it.

I might just take you up on that.

How much are you proposing?

Quiet down, Rex.

I said quiet.

- Hey, Wally, it's Osler.

- What's going on?

I got this weird pulse coming in

on my frequencies.

- It's all over mine right now.

- You, too?

- It's weird.

- What do you think it is?

I think it's the pinkos doing something

with our radios.

It's not a communist conspiracy.

What the heck's the matter with you, boy?

I thought it was coming from White Sands

but now I think it's coming from Roswell.

Maybe I'll drive up there and take a look.

- Call me if you find something.

- Yeah.

Talk to you later.

That is it.

I don't see anything out there, Rex.

Hello!

Come back. Come here, boy!

What the heck is that?

Oh, my God!

ANTARCTICA 2003

AXXON RESOURCES STUDY CORPS

What the hell is it?

Could be a rock or some sort of fossil.

We picked it up in the Landsat satellite.

First we thought it was a cap deposit,

but the resolution is definitely solid.

How deep in the ice is it?

- Four, maybe five meters.

- What do we do about it?

I talked to the NASA research station

at Rundell Peak.

They'll take it until it melts,

and then decide what to do with it.

All right. Dig it up.

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

Language is a signalling system that uses

sounds to convey thoughts and emotions.

What makes humans unique

is our ability to introduce into language...

thoughts about the past,

present, or future...

at any point in time and space.

He'll call you back.

Not all language is based on sound.

We communicate in other ways...

that are much less overt

than the spoken word.

So do animals.

The only difference between them and us

can be summarized in one word: novelty.

When an animal gives a warning

that danger is imminent...

it uses a series

of fairly predictable calls or signals...

that animals of its kind have used before.

This is decidedly not the case with humans.

Oxford English Dictionary

lists 615,000 words...

in the English language.

That's 3,000 more than five years ago...

and thousands less

than a few years from now.

On the other hand...

there's little or no novelty

in animal language.

Tragically, English cows

make the same sounds as French cows.

- Julian.

- Sam.

Listen. Bachman called.

He wants to see you right away.

- Why?

- I don't know.

Did he sound like there was a problem?

Come in.

Good afternoon, John.

Come in, sit down.

A certain matter has come to my attention.

John, about the student, right?

I've been meaning to talk to you about her.

I don't think I want to know about that.

No, look, do you know

who Alexie Gierach is?

Stanford Genetics.

Yes, I met him once

at a faculty thing when I was there.

Two years ago, he went to the Antarctic

to head up a new research project for NASA.

Yesterday, I received this from him.

A satellite imaged an unidentified mass...

in the ice shelf down there.

It appears to measure approximateiy

At first, they thought

it might be a rock slag...

or a fossilized whale.

But now they're not so sure.

Why?

Well, station telemetry

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