Unacknowledged (2017) - Documentary

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"Unacknowledged" focuses on the historic files of the Disclosure Project and how UFO secrecy has been ruthlessly enforced-and why. The best evidence for extraterrestrial contact, dating ... See full summary »

Director: Michael Mazzola
Stars: Giancarlo Esposito, Steven M. Greer
Length: 100 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 14 out of 127 found boring (11.02%)

One-line Reviews (33)

Don't waste your time on this...

Does it present the most compelling, fact-based, evidence to date that ET are real and sectors of our gov't have known about this for decades?

And after watching this intriguing and brilliant documentary I'm convinced.

Again, this documentary is absolutely worth watching as next to the ET part there is also the human part of manipulation, lies and deceit.

A mish-mash of clips of unrelated historical events from the 20th and 21st centuries (deaths of Kennedy/Marylin Monroe, the obligatory Vietnam War footage, various ISIS execution propaganda material,footage of 9/11, someone about to put the rope around Sadaam Husseins neck, and so on and so on) are cobbled together with shaky footage of so-called UFO sightings and non-contemporary interviews with military and intelligence nonentities to claim a sinister and pervasive cover up of UFOs and the existence extra-terrestrial life.

Real (indeed intriguing) evidence or questionable events such as the Roswell landing is constantly interjected with bizarre questionable claims that have no supporting evidence.

Overall, a boring Sci-Fi documentary with no new "evidence", although the Greer Groupies who attack anyone who disagrees with their dear leader will consider it "proof" of ET's...

This was all boring, from the one guy that would narrate it, to the old timers saying they have seen this or that.

Waste of time...

Among so many weak and untrustworthy documentaries that one sees in the market about this fascinating subject, "Unacknowledged" brings up an atmosphere of seriousness that really impresses.

Worth watching .

What a bore and a waste of time this was.

This is an exciting time in our history.

I enjoyed it .

Truly fulfilling and intriguing .

Seen in that light, this film is watchable, but only for the compelling testimonies from former military insiders.

Not at the content, I'm sure the information contained was exciting and mind opening.

And he passes the mark on to us with tons of information that is contradictory, confusing (to those trying to make sense of it), with the smell of a nicely lathered brain-wash.

Wonderful, intriguing .

Instead, it's just a long drawn out conspiracy weaved together that makes little to no sense and presupposes a ridiculous nefarious plot on the part of our Government (and secret within secret groups) - to the point of absurdity.

This documentary was compelling, insightful and not out of the realms of possibility at all.

The concept of this film is fascinating, for anyone with an open mind.

I could go on but I am getting bored (as I expect you are if you have managed to get this far).

Save your time, it's propaganda.

Anyway, it held my attention and is perfect viewing for those times when you're a tad bored.

Mind Blowing .

If you're a tad bored, this is a fun watch.

The fear propaganda out there that says we have some 'secret elite space force' that is fighting off 'bad ets' that want to enslave us or take our resources is part of the same psychological warfare initiative that 911 was, don't be fooled again my friends.

worth watching even for the hardcore skeptic .

Waste of time in all aspects .

Some of the crazy claims put forth: There are as many earth like planets in the universe as there are grains of sand on the beach, there have been over 100 UFO crashes in New Mexico, the amount of energy contained in an empty coffee cup can boil the water in all the oceans, JFK was killed because he knew too much about UFOs, etc...

What a waste of time.

The way in which this is presented, though, makes it less easy to dismiss at first glance; however, as other reviewers have pointed out, some digging shows that this may simply be a very highly polished turd that could be immensely successful on a propaganda level.