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Outlander

Rated R for violence.

R In Theaters 01/23/2009 , 115min.
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84%
Viewer score based on 14 ratings
40%
Critic score based on 11 reviews

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August 22, 2011
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good movie
March 31, 2010
dannylombara
It looks awesome. Why does it have to be rated R? I'm only 14 and my parents won't let me see it.
June 08, 2009
Rdrgzbrm
I can tell you it was pretty cool! I hope theres a second part in the future. ..........................COOL...- .......................COOL......- ..............COOL................!
February 16, 2009
JungleCommando01
This movie was awesome. I personally thought that Vikings vs Aliens was a cheesy concept, but it's not. The script is well written, it's got a great cast (John Hurt AND Ron Perlman? Sweet...), and the special effects are up to the task. I drove 300 miles round-trip to catch this movie, and I highly recommend it.
January 26, 2009
erbny13
This movie was horrible. The story sounded interesting enough, however it seemed whomever wrote the script had no idea what he or she was doing. The whole move just lacked any cohesion. It was almost laughable. It's not eve rent worthy...wait till it comes out on the sci-fi channel. Had to walk out on this one

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Derek Elley
Variety
Not helped by a wooden perf from Jim Caviezel as a humanoid alien who accidentally imports a real alien to eighth-century Earth. Full Review
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
The nuttiest hunk of junk in many months. Full Review
Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle
In its second half, Outlander falls apart completely, becoming nothing but a violent, mindless monster movie along the lines of "Alien vs. Predator." Full Review
Ray Bennett
The Hollywood Reporter
It's entertaining nonsense with major league special effects, larger-than-life characters and inventive monsters that draw on the "Aliens" and "Predator" models, being terrifying but also vaguely sympathetic. Full Review
Rene Rodriguez
Miami Herald
There isn't a single scene in this story about a traveler from another planet (Jim Caviezel) who crash-lands on Earth during the Iron Age that doesn't remind you of another, better movie. Full Review

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