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|Lies Deception UFO's the Secret Agenda|
Actor: Timothy Good and Nick Pope
Director: OH Krill
Lies and Deception: UFO s and the Secret Agenda- Contact Has Been Established! — Join Timothy Good and Nick Pope on a journey into the world of Aliens and UFO s, as they explore the latest evidence for extraterrestrial cont... more »
Candid Discussion with UFO Experts
Dan Alexander | Eagles Hill CA | 11/23/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Timothy Good is my favorite UFO author with his book " Above Top Secret: The Worldwide U.F.O. Cover-Up" which I thoroughly enjoyed. This film features Timothy Good and Nick Pope, known as the "real Fox Mulder", I found entertaining and a bit different than the standard, boring UFO film, this has some interesting elements and more candid discussion with the UFO experts.
A Deceptive DVD on UFO's
Bernard Show | Aguadilla-PR | 09/10/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"When I bought the "Lies & Deception" [UFO's & The Secret Agenda]through Amazon, I thought that having Timothy Good and Nick Pope in the presentation it would be a documentary on new evidence on the [USA] Government --and perhaps others--coverup, a secret agenda discovery on the E.T.'s which we all know--whether we like it or not to accept-- that they are indeed here and have been for a very long time. But, no, this is a very poorly prepared documentary which has an unreadable Main Menu, no close captions option, a terrible rap music background at an unbelievable high volume level, and a very poor program where all the information given is the opinions of Mr. Good and Mr. Pope, including, of course, their speculations on the phenomenon.
The UFO's photos and videos are old as Methuselah, same as Mr. Good and Pope's information. The animation and blurred images, including the one everyone knows about the hoax on the alien autopsy, is included therein. What a horrid DVD! I gave it one star because that is the minimum.
Mr. Good says in the lameful interview in the DVD that he is not a journalist, he is just a writer. I read one of his extensive books which I consider good, and I can certainly state that he is a writer...not a journalist and not an investigator of the UFO phenomenon...or E.T. phenomena, which covers all manifestations. And some of his opinions and speculations on this DVD are just that..his opinions and his speculations without references from where he obtained or is deriving or is quoting the information from, as he said once in the DVD to establish credibility, he was using "clandestine" sources, but there is no certainty on what he is saying except his right to extrapolate on what it is known on the subject. Extrapolations are not evidence, nor necessarily are validly derived from whatever has been seen on the phenomenon. But... this is a "free" world, at least that's what some people say. I certainly think Mr. Good is wrong on some of his conclusions based on what has been established in the phenomenon throughout its manifestations for many years. he certainly needs to investigate, read and analize more.
I do not think the DVD documentary is worth anything. More of the same old stuff. I recommend, in value of organization of the information, the variety and well presented videos, the extensive valuable interviews, even though the information has been published elsewhere, but for the sake of filing and government participation, etc., the excellent video [DVD] OUT OF THE BLUE. The guys at Reality Films who prepared Lies & Deception should see this DVD and learn how to make a well prepared documentary. Lies and Deception met one of its goals: It is an expensive deception indeed."
Playing the Percentages
Elaine | Sacramento, CA United States | 09/09/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I liked this because it started out with a premise I could get behind: 80% of photographic evidence of UFOs can be explained away; 15% is insufficient to be sure; 5% is "very interesting." For me that was not only reasonable, but pretty darned compelling. They use reports from astronauts, air traffic controllers, and pilots to back up their theories."
Aliens amongst us
B. Hauser | Venice, CA USA | 05/30/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Lies & Deception - UFOs and the Secret Agenda
This DVD is basically a terrific "X-Files, the Interview," an extensive conversation with two UFO researchers, Nick Pope and Timothy Good. If what they say is true, our world is a very different place than we think it is. If this kind of material fascinates you, you'll enjoy this DVD stuffed with good information.
Astronauts, air traffic controllers, airline pilots--all have reported seeing UFOs. Some of these objects have even been tracked on radar, so there's something going on, and there has to be other life out there, just based on the number of stars and planets in the Universe.
But did the US actually shoot down an alien craft, which crashed at Roswell, New Mexico? And have aliens been retaliating ever since, attacking commercial aircraft?
I don't know, but it's cool to speculate.
What is also interesting is the idea that the governments of the world could actually keep the secret of alien contact for so long. And then there's the question, "why?" Don't they think we can handle it?"