Alien: Resurrection

IMDb Rating 6.2 10 209,250


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Michael Wincott as Kent / Michael / Joe
Ron Perlman as Lord Morton
Sigourney Weaver as Betti DeLoreo
Winona Ryder as Sandra Dulles
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23.976 fps
109 min
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Reviewed by rambofan4life 2 / 10 / 10

Improvement over Alien 3 but the story and mythology including horror lacks

This movie was better than Alien 3 that I hate it so much improvement over the third installment and yes it was better, but hits the mark. This is another raging rant on Alien Resurrection! Sigourney Weaver returns as Ellen Ripley and she is a clone now. This must be a joke, why is she a clone now? After 200 years with DNK they cloned Ripley and they took xenomorph queen out of her chests. They grew up in to 2 Aliens and since when an Alien kills his own species? It is beyond me and that was never in Aliens before. The Alien creature can not kill one of his own that is breaking the rules. Aliens creatures have to stick together. This movie lacks the story, or something new or different, it is almost the same as Alien and Aliens. Third movie was boring trash this movie was a little better at least it did had an action and they did not offended me by kill in a dog like Alien 3 did. I like some of the cast: Ron Perlman, Michael Wincott and Kim Flowers I like those three, but that was all. Nothing likable is in this movie there was nothing I liked about. What makes me angry on this film is Sigourney Weaver she is now the mother of these Alien creatures she gave them a birth. She doesn't act like Ripley did in the first two movies. She is not a leader or a bad-ass she is now a selfish clone chick who want's to go out of this ship. She cusses a lot and beats people up. She betrays her own child on the end the film I hate it. I hate this character she is unlikable character. She is no longer a heroine from the first 2 movies sadly she failed. How much was Sigourney Weaver paid for this 2 movies? Sigourney Weaver is selfish, she doesn't care anymore about us fans. The "newborn" designed was so disgusting horrible I hate too see that person playing newborn hybrid. It was ugly and I did not like it. The movie was boring, the pacing was slow and it felt been rushed. Alien: Resurrection is a peace trash it can't hold a candle to Alien and Aliens. If people like those 2 movies it is fine I hate them so much! This is forgotten lackluster I really don't have nothing good to say about this movie except it did had happy ending. But I just did not care about other characters in this movie or been killed. Since when Aliens can swim? Or they are intelligent I don't know if they can swim. I hate Alien 3 and I hate so much Alien: Resurrection I don't have those 2 movies on Blu-ray only on DVD for the collection. I do have Alien and Aliens separately on Blu-ray disc. That is why in 5 years I haven't seen Alien 3 or this movie because they are offensive trash movies to me. I didn't want to rent them but, since I decide to watch all "Alien" mythology movies and review them I have to do it. P

Reviewed by Pluto-3 7 / 10 / 10

Alien=suspense, Aliens=action, Alien³=tragedy, Alien Resurrection=gore

Although it's got major flaws and some plot holes, I find myself liking Alien Resurrection a lot. First of all, I'm a sucker for horror and sci-fi movies. Second, I LOVE the Alien series, although Alien³ was a bit offbeat in the action department. Third, Sigourney Weaver is incredibly menacing as a cloned Ripley. She's always great to see on screen but this was truly something to behold. and last but not least, I loved the storyline, how they brought the genetic aspect so cleverly. It was truly a new twist on the series, although I wouldn't qualify A:R as a REAL episode in the Alien series but rather a new begining. Jean-Pierre Jeunet did a great job in bringing his fantastic style to Hollywood. The creatures were cool and scary although I wish we had seen more of the Queen; we still had the horrific Newborn which was truly demonic. Anyway, despite it's flaws, it's still a great film, although it will never be a classic like Alien and Aliens are. Now if only there could be a fifth one with a better script, more character development and more firepower.

Reviewed by Paul Kydd 7 / 10 / 10

Alien: Resurrection (Special Edition) ***½ (7/10)

Available on Blu-ray Disc (Region B) USA 1997 English (Colour); Science Fiction/Horror/Thriller (Twentieth Century Fox/Brandywine); 116 minutes (18 certificate) Crew includes: Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Director); Josh Whedon (Screenwriter, from Characters created by Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett); Gordon Carroll, David Giler, Walter Hill, Bill Badalato (Producers); Darius Khondji (Cinematographer); Nigel Phelps (Production Designer); Hervé Schneid (Editor); John Frizzell (Composer) Cast includes: Sigourney Weaver (Ripley), Winona Ryder (Call), Dominique Pinon (Vriess), Ron Perlman (Johner), Gary Dourdan (Christie), Michael Wincott (Elgyn), Kim Flowers (Hillard), Dan Hedaya (General Perez), J.E. Freeman (Dr Wren), Brad Dourif (Gediman), Raymond Cruz (Distephano), Leland Orser (Purvis) "Witness the resurrection." Two hundred years after sacrificing herself, an impregnated Ripley (Weaver) is cloned by scientists via her DNA, in order to remove the Alien queen from her body for use by the military, and with torn loyalties (being half human, half monster now) warily aids a ragtag group of mercenaries to vanquish the latest threat to mankind. Unexpected fourth instalment (following the heroine's definitive demise in 3) from another fresh, visionary director, with two strong, female leads (Ryder for the youngsters), and black humour injected successfully into the mix. Surprising pathos is also added by the introduction of the Newborn, with its sad, expressive eyes (missing entirely from all previous aliens). Blu-ray Extras: Original Version (109 minutes), Commentary, Documentaries, Featurettes, Deleted/Extended Scenes, Interviews, Music-only Track, Screenplay, Storyboards, Stills Galleries, Outtakes, Behind-the-Scenes Footage, Multi-Angle Sequence, Production Notes, Trailers, TV Spots. ****½ (9/10)

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