The X-Files 1993 123movies

The X-Files 1993 123movies

Sep. 10, 1993
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Seasons and episodes

1Season 1 Sep. 10, 1993
2Season 2 Sep. 16, 1994
3Season 3 Sep. 22, 1995
4Season 4 Oct. 04, 1996
5Season 5 Nov. 02, 1997
6Season 6 Nov. 08, 1998
7Season 7 Nov. 07, 1999
8Season 8 Nov. 05, 2000
9Season 9 Nov. 11, 2001
10Season 10 Jan. 24, 2016
11Season 11 Jan. 03, 2018

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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Series Online Free – Two FBI agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully work in an unassigned detail of the bureau called the X-Files investigating cases dealing with unexplained paranormal phenomena. Mulder, a true believer, and Scully, a skeptic, perceive their cases from stand points of science and the paranormal. Plot: The exploits of FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully who investigate X-Files: marginalized, unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena. Mulder believes in the existence of aliens and the paranormal while Scully, a skeptic, is assigned to make scientific analyses of Mulder’s discoveries that debunk Mulder’s work and thus return him to mainstream cases.
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Reviews:

Greatest Science Fiction/Horror television Series of All Time
The writing, the acting, the production values, the continuity, the heart of The X Files all secure a reputation for this show as the best in its class. It has no peers. The story of two FBI agents working in a small office in the basement of the FBI to uncover, prove, disprove supernatural and unexplained phenomena and alien presence builds beautifully in the nine seasons the show existed. And having seen every episode in chronological order, they build with purpose, continuity, and innovation. Sure, there were set-backs when one actor didn’t do most of a season, or another actress was pregnant, or whatever might have arisen, but the show’s writers and creator – and make no mistake here that creator Chris Carter and his staff of writers/directors are the reason for this show being what it is – always met each and every set-back with a creative, engaging response. When Fox Mulder’s character was gone for most of two seasons, they created two new characters that were every bit as solid as Mulder and Scully. Robert Patrick’s Doggett and Anabeth Gish’s Reyes were equally compelling characters. There are so many good things to say about this show. The two leads, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, grew as characters and thespians before our very eyes. They honed their crafts and became stronger screen presences. These characters were characters that we learned to like and wanted to follow. Duchovny brought some much needed wry humour to an otherwise serious subject. He was able at one moment to convince you that the world was one big conspiracy and in the next moment comment on the lack of movement from a dead person with lighthearted appeal. Anderson softened each year, becoming less rigid and inflexible. The cast of supporting characters was always first-rate with Mitch Pillegi as Skinner and William Davis as the antagonistic Smoking Man never giving a bad performance. The three Lone Gunmen were excellent light diversions in bloody cases or cases involving alien invasion or what not. The first season will always be my favorite. Mulder and Scully are finding themselves as characters and the idea of conspiracy is all too real. Jerry Hardin plays Deep Throat, the man feeding Mulder news of government conspiracy, with strength and a true believability. But before I get too compartmentalized, The X Files was able to be two series in one – perhaps its greatest achievement. One the one hand, we had Mulder and Scully battling conspiracy, aliens looking to invade Earth, Mulder finding his sister that had been abducted by aliens, and other plot strands of a similar nature. But the show would also show totally unrelated episodes that were very scary and horrifyinfg. We saw worm men, killer insects, a man that sucked the fat out of his victims, cannibalistic cults, and the list goes on and on. I love the myth episodes, but these horror episodes are my favorites because they are so creative. I cannot remember how many times, having just watched and episode, saying how does someone think this stuff up? Whether The X Files is spoofing the Brady Bunch or alluding to Moby Dick or creating a homage to Frankenstein and movies of its ilk or just trying its best to scare you or disgust you(the episode Home – a favorite of mine), it is always true to itself in terms of the creativity that courses through its proverbial veins. Yes, sometimes, it is a bit full of itself, and, yes, sometimes, the creativity falls right down on its face(as when the show combined the X Files with Cops). But the show has far more, far more hits than misses. I think that as time goes by, this television show will be remembered for much more than what we remember it for today. I think it will be one of the all-time greats. The Truth is out there.
Review By: BaronBl00d Rating: 10 Date: 2006-06-16
Perfect Blend
I got onto “The X Files” pretty late. I watched nothing but reruns in the early 2000’s, but boy was I hooked. It was such a cool blend of sci-fi, fantasy, and mystery that I couldn’t help but stay tuned. And it helped that each episode stood alone unlike most serial dramas at that time.

Then, the topper, Scully and Mulder (Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny). They had such a good on-screen chemistry. A man and woman co-leads not muddied by a complicated romance nor some other dynamics put in there for drama sake. It was great.

Review By: view_and_review Rating: 9 Date: 2021-11-03

Other Information:

Rated TV-14
Popularity 122.459
Original Language en
Original Title The X-Files
Total Seasons 11
Released 10 Sep 1993
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Release Year 1993–2018
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
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Writer Chris Carter
Actors David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Mitch Pileggi
Country United States
Awards Won 16 Primetime Emmys. 100 wins & 217 nominations total
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The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
The X-Files 1993 123movies
Original title The X-Files
First air date Sep. 10, 1993
Last air date Mar. 21, 2018
Seasons 11
Episodes 218
Average Duration a:1:{i:0;i:45;} minutes

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