This movie isn't for everyone. Few people are interested in examiningwhat is truth, or even questioning what qualifies as true. If you areuncomfortable with having your beliefs challenged, you won't enjoy thisfilm.I think the people who hated this film probably weren't able tocomprehend its message, which is a shame. The complex information beingpresented could only be "dumbed down" so much. I read all the negativereviews, and kept asking myself if we were watching the same film.If you're not actively processing what's being presented, you'll miss alot of significant information. My husband and I paused the movie oftento discuss things, or we'd rewind and watch again to make sure wedidn't miss something important. This isn't for a lazy viewer.If you, like me, enjoy a good puzzle and some mystery, and if you'reable to suspend your disbelief long enough to follow an unfamiliartrain of logic to a new, unconsidered conclusion, you should find thisdocumentary to be thoroughly engaging and enjoyable.Regardless of whether the claims are true or false, the point ofwatching this film is to learn the claims and decide for yourself whatyou think about them. Don't let other people foist their opinions onyou! Give the movie a go and you can decide what to believe and what toscoff at.
After waiting for months and getting somewhat caught up in the online hype surrounding this movie, I was most unhappy to find out it would cost $10 to watch the movie online, having been led to believe that as this was a crowd funded movie, it would be distributed free online. After all, that's what Dr. Greer has been saying all these years - he wants free and open disclosure for all. In fact, one of the 'tag lines' for Sirius was, 'made by the people, for the people'.I decided to give him the benefit of the doubt, and paid my ten bucks.Well, to say I am disappointed is an understatement. All Sirius consists of is a lot of old UFO footage (all widely available on Youtube, and some proved to be hoaxed!) with Dr. Greer name-dropping and making some, to be perfectly honest, extraordinary claims, yet citing no reliable sources or providing any evidence at all.The only sense I get from Sirius is that I have been seriously misled, in fact, downright lied to. Having now read up a little more about Dr. Steven Greer, it is painfully obvious this is nothing but a moneymaking scheme for those involved with the movie. There is no disclosure here :(
I just caught this online and was very impressed with it. This film doesn't focus on blurry UFO footage or regurgitated testimonials from the 2001 disclosure project, it is in fact far bigger than that.Rather than focus on telling people that UFO's are real, they pin point the aspects on why the topic gets buried, and why disclosure must be taken into the hands of the people. How they do this, and the facts and figures shown are top notch for such a buried, ridiculed and (for some) downright terrifying subject.Blend the documentaries "IOUSA" and "Inside job" with Real UFO stuff and you'll be close in your expectations. However keep in mind their budget was minimal but on par with most documentaries of this kind.. (Greer gave up his $500,000/year emergency room surgeon job to do this stuff for peanuts, and has stated in interviews that they couldn't fit everything in that they wanted due to cost restrictions)If you don't know who Dr. Steven Greer is I suggest you do some research before watching the film. Greer is no joke and by far one of the most credible and hard working people in the extraterrestrial realm and this film does his name the justice that I was expecting. 9/10
"This is down the rabbit hole, fast. But that is the situation, my friends, when you're dealing with secrecy that is criminal and illegal".
I am undecided about weather we have ever been visited by extraterrestrials. Without hard evidence I lean toward NO. However, I do not discount strange phenomena in the skies. There are reputable people who have attested to this and documentaries that are extremely convincing. Most ufo sightings are a hoax or have some other reasonable explanation. There are a few though that defy conventional wisdom. The nutjob says they are space aliens and then contrives a whole network of lies and half truths to support his delusions. The objective seeker continues his search for hard evidence. This documentary has zero hard evidence. In fact, it is the worst UFO documentary I have yet to come across. In the very opening they use the most obvious fake UFO sighting in recent years to build up the documentaries proof. You will remember this as the jerusalem UFO sighting. It is an admitted hoax. There are far better documentaries on this subject. Almost none of them are objective. They all come at you from a believers point of view, but at least they are compelling and often convincing. Avoid this sloppy propaganda infomercial attempt. When are these idiot going to learn that you cannot get away with this in the information age. If you must watch then download it from a torrent site.