The Man Who Fell To Earth

The Man Who Fell To Earth

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Average of 326 ratings: 2.9 Stars

1976 M Contains violence and sex scenes.

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A famed cult classic, David Bowie stars as an alien from a dry, dying world who's journeyed to Earth to save his planet. Bowie starts high-tech companies, using the cash to build ships that can transport water to his home planet.

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133 minutes
British Lion Films

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2.35:1 Widescreen 16x9 Enhanced
English Dolby Digital 5.1

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1 by MalcolmRF

This film is like a film student's final drug addled thesis. Sometimes this is good, this, its very bad... David Bowie plays an alien...It's a 70s film with copious amounts of mammaries in that classic... Read more

3 by Vanh

What the heck was he on. David Bowie in some of the most twisted acting I've watched. He's bloody good but you know that they were not completely straight making this haha.

1 by Rheyik

I watched this cause i felt i had to for Bowie completeness.. not good at all, it was the weirdest, drug tripped movie i have ever seen, there was a lot of weird explicit sex... just not good at all

3 by CAD

Good depiction of an Alien amongst us and the reactions of the power monger corporations and Government

1.5 by Perfectly Cromulant

I'm a Bowie fan but this is over two hours of my life I will never get back. I wasnt high when I watched it but whovever made it sure was...

1 by kritik

The prospect of the late David Bowie as an alien sounded interesting, but the story is presented in such a vague and disjointed manner that I soon lost patience with it. At more than two hours the film... Read more