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UFOs filling the box office again

After a year full of UFO-related movies, 2011 just might outdo 2010. From animated kids’ movies to super-action thrillers, Hollywood shows no sign of slowing down the UFO movie machine. I Am Number Four, Apollo 18, and Battle: Los Angeles are just a few of the upcoming extraterrestrial-themed movies. But it is always fascinating to see just how many alien movies are produced every year that are geared towards children.

An animated movie being released by Disney this year, called Mars Needs Moms, deals with the topic of alien abduction—a pretty scary topic to be introducing to children.

Mars Needs Moms is scheduled for a March 11th release.

About Jason McClellan

Jason McClellan is an editor and staff writer for Open Minds magazine. Jason is also the producer and co-host of the web series Spacing Out!, web content manager and staff writer for OpenMinds.tv, and co-organizer and technical producer of the International UFO Congress. ------ Follow Jason on Twitter @acecentric and subscribe to Jason's updates on Facebook at Facebook.com/jason.openminds


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    Why is it, OpenMinds, that I have to watch a commercial to watch a commercial? Lets sell the whole damn planet while we are at it…

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    Watch the media, our elected officials (and their astronaut husbands…),world and religous leaders very closely. It is no coincidence that E.T is on everyones lips. Just as holywood will lace fiction with fact to obscure truth, religous leaders will make (PUBLIC!,HINT!)preperations to protect dogmas from changing sociological and universal understandings. These outlets will be our barometer for big things to come.
    Also… does anyone else see Twilight stuff happening in I Am Number Four? Can u copyright a guy saving a girl by stopping a police car with 1 hand??!!

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