Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers

Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers

By Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release Date: 2018-12-04
  • Advisory Rating: NR
  • Runtime: 1h 37min
  • Director: Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell
  • Production Company: JKLC Productions
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 5.99
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Description

Narrated by Oscar Nominee MICKEY ROURKE - Former Government physicist Bob Lazar made headlines world-wide in 1989 when he came forward with his account of reverse-engineering an alien spacecraft for the US Military. The reason the public even knows the name Area 51 is because Lazar talked about the work he did at the formerly secret military base. Burdened with a revolutionary secret, he had to choose between his oath to his country or his conscience. His wife believes him, his mom believes him, and the closer you get to his inner-circle, the more YOU believe him. His testimony remains the most controversial and important UFO story of all time; especially if it’s true. Lazar blew the whistle, shocked the world, then went silent.Corbell’s film intimately chronicles the triumphs and travails of a cosmic whistleblower. It investigates Lazar’s groundbreaking claims of our government’s secret program to create a fierce technology based on recovered alien vehicles. It reveals the devastating impact his actions have had on his life over the course of the last thirty years. His public disclosures have turned his life upside-down and he has tried to stay out of the spotlight. For this reason, has never let any journalist or filmmaker into the private world of his daily life - that is - until now.Providing rare and never before revealed footage, Corbell's film will shake the foundations of your beliefs and permanently alter the landscape of the debate.

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  • Really poor piece of work

    1
    By FactsDoMatter
    It took me 5 minutes to find out that “Dr. Robert Krangle”’s claims about his own background don’t check out let alone his claims about working with Bob Lazar. You cannot find a single journal or conference paper from him, nor his Ph.D. dissertation, which he claims to have published in 1973. In no universe this garbage that is full of subliminal messages can be considered an investigation or documentary. To those who value critical thinking, save your money. This guy is cashing out and it shows. Even if you are an skeptic about the Lazar’s story, which is a rational position, I suggest that you do the investigation yourself and do not rely on a bad documentary like this to present you the facts. Don’t make a con artist rich by buying his product.
  • Hits and misses

    3
    By frc345
    It’s great that Jeremy “weaponize” Corbell focuses on topics like Lazar. The interview is insightful but also rehashed. Unfortunately Corbell spends a lot of time filming himself sitting around, often from a wide angle perspective so we can see his 50’s style abode. That time could have been spent asking hard questions instead of palling around with Lazar. I watched Corbell in an interview with the well respected Stanton Friedman. Corbell claims Friedman misses the point. Actually it’s Corbell who misses the point. Friedman did tireless investigating into Lazar. He couldn’t find a single classmate. It’s well known that Lazar lied about his education. Friedman’s point is “if he lied about that should we trust him?” That’s a valid point. A point that I wish Corbell would have asked Lazar. Why did you lie? Did Lazar work on UFOs? Probably so. But why not lay to rest the critics? Corbell is no James Fox. Films like “Out of the Blue” and “I know what I saw” are a cut above the work of Corbell. If only Corbell could stop using the word “weaponize” in every other sentence and stop filming himself looking cool, he might be good filmmaker. I truly think Corbell is an exceptional artist. See his Sharon Tate work! It’s really good. His filmmaking, I hope, will someday be on that level! Go Corbell...
  • Glad I Doubted The Haters!

    5
    By Rob_Kauai
    I almost didn't buy this film because of a few negative reviews but thankfully I doubted the haters and rented it first and then bought it to get the extras. This is a FIVE STAR movie and it get's better the second time you watch it. I'm grateful that people like Jeremy Corbell exist and are making interesting documentaries that propel me in new directions. I hope that he continues to make films and keeps us all wondering what's really going on. Bravo Jeremy and Bob!!
  • Awesome

    5
    By Wittlelolo
    Really well Done
  • Loved it!

    5
    By Cliff Harris
    I’ve seen a few projects that Jeremy has worked on before and though I’ve enjoyed all of them, this one with Bob Lazar has been one of the best documentaries that I’ve ever seen and think has set the bar for UFO investigation movies for legitimacy and captivation. If his other projects are as good as this one, we’ll all be blessed, many Thanks!
  • Great film!

    5
    By Creepinthenight
    Fantastic filming as always by this crew of artists. Almost as if their drones were powered by element 115! 👽🛸
  • Great Film

    5
    By kennymatrix
    I believe. It’s the same story he told all these years ago.
  • Just great! The more folks to watch this little masterpiece the better.

    5
    By Grub queen
    It’s getting exciting now. Disclosure is happening man, thanks to you and a few good people. Let the numbers increase.
  • An excellent survey of Bob Lazar

    5
    By Desmoden
    And the nearly cute admiration Jeremy clearly feels for Bob is so obvious that it makes the biased approach seem totally normal and expected. For the long term researcher you may not learn anything new, but you will fill all your gaps and come out with a strong story arc for Bob Lazar to date. The uninitiated will come out with their minds blown.
  • Amazing footage!

    5
    By Dawnbz
    I loved his other documentaries and this did not disappoint. Jeremy Corbell has given us another piece of a very large puzzle. Great interviews with Bob, as well as a bunch of other interesting people, a cohesive narrative that ties it all up, and Jeremy’s direct approach make this doc an absolute treat!

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