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--- Quote from: redshift on June 01, 2012, 03:45:46 pm ---
--- Quote from: andyoxon on June 01, 2012, 03:21:44 pm ---How does it compare to Aliens overall (if setting Aliens to 100%)?

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Erm...  Different animal.  Literally.

Ok, so
Alien = suspense and claustrophobic birth trauma-type horror movie.
Aliens = Go-get-the-bad-guys bug hunt adventure, where the bad guys are badder than expected.  Cue 'oops.'
Alien3 = A think-piece about the maternal ramifications of bug hunts.
Alien Resurrection = A cartoon.
AVP = Really...?  oh dear.

Prometheus is a think-piece adventure about longterm ramifications of genetic engineering and the law of unintended consequences.

Or, it could just be a movie about tentacles.  You decide.   ;D

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I went to see it tonight. It's just an Alien prequel. Facehuggers, humans impregnated with aliens, same alien carriers as the first film, careless morons pissing about when exploring an alien spaceship.

What really bugged me was they discovered a map to life on another planet billions of miles away... so they sent a collection of the stupidest people they could find.

Great effects, cool aliens and spaceships, shit script and very predictable story.

Moonrise kingdom

Wow, no holds barred wierdnesd, all done for fun

Prometheus. Great visuals. Storyline a dogs dinner. Disappointing.

Tron: Legacy

Visually stunning, but the 80s were cooler in the 80s.

a lower gear:
Snowhite and the Huntsman. Darker than anticipated. Not bad but not worth buying the DVD - glad we watched it at the cinema as a half term treat for the smaller gears.

Bizarre coincidence - The Storr (cliffs and a spectacular land stack on the Isle of Skye) featured in both the film and in the trailer for Prometheus which preceded it.


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