Well you guessed it, this thing is about a big bird, what you couldn't have guessed is that it crossed the universe, believe it or not, to build a nest and lay eggs on our 'pale blue dot'(from Carl Sagan).
This film has got to win the award for the use of the most stock film shots ever.
In more than one sequence, you see folks running in panic in the streets of New York.
The special effects were not special, the bird was laughable, and there are so many continuity mistakes.
I must have missed the transition from Mara thinking Jeff was a real immature jerk to the heavy romance. ) Never-the-less I watched the movie wishing it would end yet interested enough to want to know how it would end.
It seems to me that considering what a menace this bird was supposed to be, that there would be whole raft of scientists and military types trying to figure out how to kill this thing, there weren't, just a handful. I am glad however to have a copy to add to my 50's B Monster collection.
There is no other film in my collection as bad as this one.
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