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The Faculty

Fantastic, excellent, fun and great. Those are a few words to describe Robert Rodriguez's gem about an Alien take over in a high school. More plot and genre twists than you can shake a stick at and equal doses of action, nudity and star power. Look for pre-"Lord of the Rings" Elija Wood and now teen heart throb Josh Hartnett in early roles that show their acting ability as much as anything they have done since. Movie geeks will spot Aint It Cool News Guru, Harry Knowles and will appreciate the wonderful adult cast of Robert Patrick, Jon Stewart, Bebe Neuwirth and Famke Jansen.

1998 104 mins. Rated R
Written by Kevin Williamson Directed by Robert Rodriguez

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