All Genres: Drama, Mystery
Release Year: 2008
Country: USA, Canada
Rating: 8.4 (0)
Languages: English, Russian
Director: Chris Carter
Sound: DTS, SDDS, Dolby Digital
- Believe Again
- To find the truth, you must believe.
- Um die Wahrheit zu verstehen, musst du glauben. (To understand the truth, you have to believe.)
Writing by: Frank Spotnitz – (written by) and
Chris Carter – (written by)
Chris Carter – (television series "The X-Files")
Produced by: Chris Carter – producer
Brent OConnor – executive producer
Frank Spotnitz – producer
Cast: David Duchovny – Fox Mulder
Gillian Anderson – Dr. Dana Scully
Amanda Peet – ASAC Dakota Whitney
Billy Connolly – Father Joseph Crissman
Xzibit – Agent Mosley Drummy (as Alvin Xzibit Joiner)
Mitch Pileggi – Walter Skinner
Callum Keith Rennie – Janke Dacyshyn – 2nd Abductor
Adam Godley – Father Ybarra
Alex Diakun – Gaunt Man
Nicki Aycox – 2nd Victim
Fagin Woodcock – Franz Tomczeszyn – 1st Abductor
Music: Jon Brion
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Plot Outline: A frustrated office worker learns that he is the son of a professional assassin, and that he shares his fathers superhuman killing abilities.
Plot: Mulder and Scully are called back to duty by the FBI when a former priest claims to be receiving psychic visions pertaining to a kidnapped agent.
Crazy Credits: We know about 3 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
The end credits run over images of ice, water and land, and finally we see Mulder and Scully in a small row boat off of a tropical beach. Scully in a bikini, Mulder rows, and they wave to the camera above.
Goofs: We know about 6 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Continuity: Near the end of the movie, when Scully visits Mulder at his house, Scullys white Ford Taurus is parked outside, even though it had been wrecked earlier in the film. When Scully comes out of the house, a silver Ford Fusion is parked outside.
Trivia: There are 11 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- Gillian Anderson told The New York Times that it was harder than she expected for her to get back into character as Scully to make this movie after five years had passed since the end of the television show. The Times quoted her as saying, “I walked in thinking, its going to be like riding a bicycle. It wasnt. It was like riding a [fucking] unicycle. Id been trying so hard to stretch myself in other roles, and to catch myself when I did anything that remotely resembles Scully, that when I was put back in the ring with her, my brain started misfiring.”
- The television show ("The X Files" (1993)) upon which this movie is based was filmed for its first five seasons in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The shows production moved to Los Angeles for seasons 6-9, but this movie was once again filmed in and around Vancouver. While the show was made in Vancouver, the show often used local Canadian actors in guest and secondary roles, often reusing the same actors in different parts in multiple episodes. With the franchises return to Vancouver, the producers were able to continue the tradition by recasting many of the same actors they had used so often on the show. For example, Alex Diakun (Gaunt Man) appeared as different characters in three episodes; Lorena Gale (On Screen Doctor) appeared as different characters in three episodes; Stephen E. Miller (Feed Store Proprietor) appeared as different characters in three episodes including the pilot; Sarah-Jane Redmond (Special Agent In Charge) appeared as different characters in two episodes; Stacee Copeland (Doctor) appeared as different characters in two episodes. Callum Keith Rennie (2nd Abductor – Janke Dacyshyn) appeared as different characters in two episodes and was the original choice to play the long-running character Alex Krycek. Several other secondary and tertiary members of the movie cast had also appeared on the show as other characters.
- Mulder visits the Nutter feed store; David Nutter directed many episodes of the series.