It was 1997 when I heard the news of a UFO sighted over Phoenix Arizona; it was the same year I graduated from ECSU. The same year I believe in UFOs do exist, and the whole town saw it, and even the network news broadcast the UFO. I saw my UFO encounter when I was a teenager, and it was real.
The movie version of Phoenix Forgotten totally took it in a realistic possibility of what if this could be real. Ridley Scott, producer, and director of hit blockbuster movies such as Aliens, Blade Runner, Gladiator, and The Martian. Produced the movie along with the first-time director Justin Barber created an epic adventure of three teens who investigated the Phoenix Lights in 1997 and they vanished out of thin air. It was 20 years later when the sister wanted to know what happened to her brother and his friends. She found a second camera and tapes that he recorded the events and being abducted by aliens. The movie is being compared to The Blair Witch Project, but totally different. It’s a found movie, which is popular in film making. His sister found the missing tapes and cameras that he used to investigate. It was a great story by T.S. Nowlin and Justin Barber.
This movie was quite scary and good; they used real footage of the UFO that was sighted and the governor of Arizona doing a mockery that aliens and UFO don’t exist, but later on, he confessed that he believes in UFO’s and aliens do exist.
If you haven’t seen it, you should rent it and watch it. And don’t watch it alone watch it with a friend.