Jenny Hayden never did get over the death of her husband. So when an alien life form decides to model "himself" on the husband, Jenny is understandably confused if not terrified. The alien, or Starman, as he is called, has a deadline to meet, and kidnaps Jenny in order to meet it.Written by
The alien visitor character of "Starman" or "The Starman" played by Jeff Bridges has no personal name and is billed in the credits only as such. However, the human form he takes did have an actual name which was Scott Hayden. See more »
When Jenny and the Starman are sitting in the Mustang for the first time, she is trying to start the car. There is no key in the ignition and it is in the locked position. When the Starman starts the car a few seconds later, he touches the key which is now in the ignition, and the ignition switch is turned to the run position. See more »
Listen, Mr. Fox, I'd like to be a team player and all of that, but, there's something that I want to call to your attention.
There's one thing I don't need from you is a lecture on morality.
Alright, okay, screw morality. What the hell ever happened to good manners? We invited him here!
I don't have time for this Shermin.
I'm trying to make a point.
So am I, damn it! You make a great show of being a rebel; but, the fact is this: you are a GS-11 public servant. Anytime that becomes too much of a...
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Hey what a beautiful movie! Even as an alien, Jeff Bridges was brilliant. Karen Allen, as usual, gave her all and lit up the screen. The chemistry between the two was a delight.
This is not your typical over the top FX SciFi. It is an action drama with an underlying love story that would interest, even those who don't like this genre. But then I suppose if John Carpenter were to make a movie about the number 2758.369, it would be a interesting!
What more can I say - Great stuff!
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