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Alien vs. Predator

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PG-13| 1 hr. 40 min.

Plot Summary
When the wealthy and ambitious Charles Bishop Weyland (Lance Henriksen) funds an expedition to Antarctica, he hopes to find a mysterious source of heat that has been detected. Led by a tough guide, Alexa Woods (Sanaa Lathan), Weyland and his team uncover a pyramid, but they also find malevolent parasitic aliens. Making matters worse, another extraterrestrial species, known as Predators, arrive to hunt the other aliens, with the humans caught in the middle of the conflict.

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Genres: Science fiction, Action, Horror

Distributor: 20th Century Fox

Alien vs. Predator (2004)

Release Date: August 13th, 2004|1 hr. 40 min.

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  • July 23, 2012 ux00000000127101
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    I am witing for both this one & the second. both of these movies is good as it is. both of them is very entertaning & cool. The cast did a good job in both movies. It has enough sci-fi action & visuals for any sci-fi fan. I like the original movies a little bit more. But I don\'t mind watching them again & again

  • July 06, 2012 ng00000000125422
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    What a cool movie. Seriously. West Anderson does cool. And not much else. If you look down the list of films he\'s participated in they are all \"cool.\" The funny thing is when I saw this movie in the theater I had no idea who this guy was. I just wanted to watch Aliens and Predators kicking each other\'s ass. And I was hoping not to leave the theater wanting to shoot myself, as I did after Alien Resurrection. This time around I was watching this on DVD and was well informed on the guy in charge. All the elements were there. Frankly, what better choice to film an ass kicking than the guy that dished it out in Resident Evil. Worse case scenario, he\'s gonna trade zombies for the creatures of choice and set the camera to his usual slow motion signature visuals. How bad can this be? ... It turns out, the movie is, as I said, pretty cool. The plot is well threaded with a thriller atmosphere. The distant town in no man\'s land. The historic references to a prophecy of sorts. Digging up the inevitable past. The rich guy that has enough money to push things too far. And the always required character that warns everyone not to embark in the adventure but embarks in the adventure herself regardless. All the fun contradictions that make for a well designed action flick. The events follow each other with just enough predictability to make you both anticipate and feel smart. Yet the repertoire remains fresh and exciting. The fights between Predators and Aliens are perfectly choreographed. In fact, I finished the movie wanting to see more. That\'s how an action movie is supposed to make you feel. Wanting to run back to the theater to see more of the same. Looking back on the Alien anthology, WS Anderson would have been the perfect call for Alien Resurrection. After the heavy delivery of Alien 3, there was a much needed return to the action of Aliens, but with just enough emotional content to deliver a good action thriller. Perhaps we can call this movie the 4th installment in the series instead. What do you think?

  • July 11, 2010 Honu919
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    when i watched this movie, i LOVED IT, it has great visuals, really great story and epic battle cuts for about 4 minutes, i watched all alien and predator movies, but when i saw this, this was better!

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