Here is another odd one. Bill Campbell plays a photographer who got his Pulitzer because he took the picture instead of saving a child from a burning building. He feels guilty, so he has been going down hill since he won the prize. He finds a camera at a garage sale (and the dialog with the owner of the garage sale is worth the price of the movie), discovers film in it, develops the film and finds pictures of aliens abducting two hunters into their flying saucer. I won't go into much more detail, but he finds the daughter of one of the hunters (Wendy Schall), searches for the aliens, and they find him. Once you see this movie, you will never again be able to look at packing popcorn, portapottys, polka music or accordians the way way again. I loved this movie, but my son, who usually shares my brand of humor, can't stand it. I guess it's not for everyone, but it sure made me laugh.