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Aliens
Year:
1986
Country:
USA, UK
Genre:
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Horror
IMDB rating:
8.4
Director:
James Cameron
Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley
Carrie Henn as Rebecca 'Newt' Jorden
Michael Biehn as Cpl. Dwayne Hicks
Lance Henriksen as Bishop
Paul Reiser as Carter Burke
Bill Paxton as Pvt. Hudson
William Hope as Lt. Gorman
Jenette Goldstein as Pvt. Vasquez
Al Matthews as Sgt. Apone
Mark Rolston as Pvt. Drake
Ricco Ross as Pvt. Frost
Colette Hiller as Cpl. Ferro
Daniel Kash as Pvt. Spunkmeyer
Cynthia Dale Scott as Cpl. Dietrich
Storyline: Fifty seven years after Ellen Ripley survived her disastrous ordeal, her escape vessel is recovered after drifting across the galaxy as she slept in cryogenic stasis. Back on earth, nobody believed her story about the "Aliens" on the planet LV-426. After the "Company" orders the colony on LV-426 to investigate, however, all communication with the colony is lost. The Company enlists Ripley to aid a team of tough, rugged space marines on a rescue mission to the now partially terraformed planet to find out if there are aliens or survivors. As the mission unfolds, Ripley will be forced to come to grips with her worst nightmare, but even as she does, she finds that the worst is yet to come.
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Reviews
Nearly a perfect movie!
This is probably my favorite movie, period. Just about everything is perfect, the cast, the storyline, the effects (except the guys in the rubber suits in the "tunnels"). My only real squawk is the music that James Horner ripped off (from himself!!) from Star Trek II, The wrath of Khan! When the "vehicle"is running around, it's the same music as the battle scenes in ST2TWOK! This movie shows how sci-fi/action should and could be done, and everytime I think about it, I think of what Jurassic Park could have been with Cameron directing/writing, and given a Titanic budget! If it would have been done half as well as the book, it would have been one of the all time greats. If you never read the book, do it, and see if I'm wrong.....
1999-04-24
Aliens!
I like aliens! It's a great movie! Sigourney Weaver goes to space to help people but they are already dead! They were killed by aliens! The aliens bleed acid! They took the survivors away and put them in cocoons! They put their babies inside of them! The babies will hatch and bust out of their chests! BOOM!!!!! There goes one now! They all run away from the aliens! They shoot the aliens! They get killed by the aliens and burned by their acid blood! You can't run from the aliens! There's no hiding from the aliens! They will totally get you! They are smart and powerful! They will try to escape the aliens but it's no use! They kill many aliens with their weapons! We root for them! Go, Sigourney Weaver! Go, Lance Henrikson! Kill those aliens! Run away! Escape! Flee! But will they get away? There is even a cat! Will the aliens kill the cat? Will Sigourney save the little girl? Save her, Sigourney! Bad, aliens! Stop killing people! They're not listening to me! Now they're coming for me! AAAAAAARRRRGH!!!!!!!
2008-02-17
Motherhood at its best
This film is one of my all-time favorite films for multiple reasons: 1: The acting is suburb. 2: The characters are likable and relatable. 3: The story is one of legend. 4: The special and practical effects are amazing. 5: The motherhood aspect is astounding. When Ripley puts her life at risk to save a helpless child, it brings tears to my eyes. The famous line, "Get away from her you bitch!" sum it up nicely. A mother will do whatever it takes to protect her children. Being a mother myself, I can relate to this.

Aliens is one of the greatest Sci Fi films of all-time and one of the greatest films of all-time

10/10
2017-07-25
Aliens, a personal favorite and a marvel in special effects.
Despite the fact that the movie is now a bit dated, the special effects remain stunning. Many have claimed that "Alien" is best movie of it's type. Many also claim that no sequel can ever surpass the first. Aliens is better than Alien, because it does not drag out the suspense of waiting to see aliens quite as long as the first movie did. As for action, it can't be beat! Lots of creatures and lots of firepower give a gung-ho movie fan what he/she wants. The acting is convincing, the technology is amazing, and the explosion of the reactor on LV-426 is simply out-of-this-world! The only detractor from this movie is "Alien3", which takes most of "Aliens'" great characters and flushes them right down the toilet. Anyway, "Aliens" is a great movie in it's own right and deserves credit for that. Thank you.

(P.S.) Petition 20th Century Fox to release "Aliens: Special Edition" to VHS where it rightly belongs.
1999-03-30
An amazing sci-fi action spectacle and perfect sequel
The slimy terrors in outer space return in this larger more action-packed sequel that rivals the original as a great sci-fi film. Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is picked up 57 years later floating in space in her cryo-sleep. She is informed that a colony has been set up on the planet and it has recently gone silent. At the request of Weyland Corp. employee Burke (Paul Reiser), Ripley agrees to tag along on a mission with the colonial marines who hope to find out what happened to the colony. The marines are skeptical of what Ripley describes as a menacing force capable of taking out a whole crew, especially Private Hudson (Bill Paxton) and Private Vasquez (Jenette Goldstein). Ripley is also wary of the android Bishop (Lance Henriksen) after her encounter from the previous film.

The squad heads down to the planet and finds the colony abandoned. There are signs of the aliens and only one survivor Newt (Carrie Henn). Led by Sergeant Apone (Al Matthews), the marines trace the colonialists' trackers to the energy facility of the terraforming structure. They have to give up their weapons so as not to blow the place up, a handicapping that I always thought reduced the action for this part of the film. Lt. Gorman (William Hope) gives the order and Apone collects all the ammo and grenades. Vasquez and Private Drake (Mark Rolston) keep a clip on them. Of course, the team gets caught off guard and slaughtered leaving only a few left alive including Corporal Hicks (Michael Biehn).

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2017-05-20
Why not to make Alien 0
Why do not make Alien 0 ?

I propose this: Make Alien 0, that would tell us what happened at the beginning of the series. That would explain why is a derelict space craft of another alien species carrying Xenomorph eggs, and that would tell the story of how all that would started. So this one would be the abandoned alien space craft that Ripley finds in her way back to Earth in that uncharted moon-planet after wards called LV-426. ¿Doesn't sound like a good idea.....? Even if it is made completely without any human character, only both alien species, no needed to be spoken. Or may be (why not?) made in an alien language. Also explaining why that alien life form ignored our SETI transmissions, but based on that they left that S.O.S. found by Ripley aboard the Nostromo...! If Cameron make this one, it would be a Hit...!
2009-08-02
Excellent sequel--matches the brilliance of the first film
Series note: It is strongly advised that you watch this film only after seeing Alien (1979). This is a direct continuation of that story.

57 years after the events of the first film, Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is found and awakened from hyper sleep to discover that a terraforming colony has been set up on LV-426, the planet wherein she and her fellow crew of the mining cargo spaceship Nostromo first encountered the titular aliens. When Earth-based communications loses contact with LV-426, a band of marines are sent to investigate, taking Ripley and a representative from the company that financed the colony, Carter Burke (Paul Reiser) along for the ride.

For the difficult job of following up Ridley Scott's excellent Alien, director James Cameron decided to go a completely different route--to make a fast moving, slightly tongue-in-cheek, boisterous action extravaganza. Remarkably, he was able to do that while still maintaining a stylistic and literary continuity that melds Aliens seamlessly with the first film.

Ripley is much more fully developed in this film, although unfortunately, some of the most significant scenes were deleted from the theatrical release (if at all possible, watch the 2-hour and 37-minute director's cut instead). Cameron fashioned Aliens into a grand arc where Ripley's actions at the end of the film have much more meaning as she's not only fighting monsters, but also fighting to retain a semblance of something she lost due to her 57-year hyper sleep. As in the first film, she is still the most intelligent, courageous and resourceful member of the crew, but she has much more colorful company.

The marines accompanying Ripley back to LV-426 may be too cartoonish for some tastes (as for viewers of that opinion, most of the action and the film overall is likely to be too cartoonish), but for anyone more agreeable to that kind of caricatured exaggeration, it's a joy to watch. I'm a big fan of both Bill Paxton and Lance Henriksen, and both turn in wonderfully over-the-top performances, at their diametrically opposed ends of the emotional spectrum--Paxton as the spastic surfer/redneck and Henriksen as the intense, moody sage, with a surprising reality and an even more surprising conscience to go along with it. We also get a cigar-chomping Sergeant, a crazy, butch Private, and a complex, pensive Corporal as main characters, and a mysterious, bright young girl (played in a terrific performance by Carrie Henn). Much of the center section of the film hinges on the interrelationships of these characters, despite the action trappings going on around them.

Cameron carries over the crypt/labyrinth motif of the first film, and adds a metaphorical descent into the bowels of hell in the climax. The action throughout is suspenseful. Aliens contains one of my favorite "cat fights" in any film. It's also worth noting the influence this film may have had on Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers (1997)--although admittedly, we could say that Cameron was influenced a bit by the Robert A. Heinlein book, as well. Throughout all of the varied action sequences, as well as the important early scenes of colonists on LV-426, Cameron is able to clearly convey the logistics of very complex sets, so that viewers remain on the edges of their seats.

Part of what makes the monsters so effective is that we're not told too much about them. We only get glimpses into their physiology's, their behavioral patterns and their intelligence. Cameron gives us just enough to become wrapped up in the film, but not so much that we become overly familiar with the aliens, or start to question the logic behind the film. He also smartly carries over some devices from the first film that were abandoned to an extent, such as the acidic blood of the aliens, and he supplies answers to the few questions that the first film raised, such as why the blood doesn't corrode instruments and objects when a dead alien is examined.

Aliens is yet another example of a sequel that is just as good as an original film in a series. Just make sure you watch both in order, and try to watch the director's cuts.
2005-02-07
...at least it doesn't star Arnold Schwarzenegger
The sequel to Ridley Scott's repugnant (but memorable) sci-fi monster movie is nothing more than slick, professional, high intensity trash, with Sigourney Weaver reprising her role as the indomitable sole survivor of the earlier expedition. Here she returns to the planet of her nightmares with a company of marines assigned to exterminate the growing colony of voracious aliens, but unlike in the eerie, otherworldly original the emphasis now is strictly on cheap thrills: military firepower vs. insect acid slime. Writer director James Cameron clearly knows how to manipulate his audience: each shock is delivered on cue at a furious and exhausting pace, and every visceral effect (not to mention every line of formula dialogue) has been calculated to guarantee the proper response, whether laughter or revulsion or (says Weaver to alien threatening small child: "get away from her, you bitch!") a rousing cheer. The end result may be short on brains, but packs plenty of muscle; a lot of summer moviegoers apparently don't expect anything more.
2010-11-02
Not nearly as good as the first one
Sequels are often hated with a passion. All sorts of action packed movies usually find a sequel - Batman had his, as did Superman. So did the 1979 classic science fiction thriller Alien, directed by Ridley Scott.

Aliens, a catchy name for a sequel, was directed by James Cameron, who two years earlier directed the hit action science fiction movie Terminator with Arnold Schwarzenegger. Cameron, an action director, obviously had a lot to say in the production. So why didn't I like it as much as the first one?

Number one has to be the cast. The cast in the first was a small one, maybe ten actors at tops, but they were all awesome. Weaver was much different, although I have no complaints about his work in the sequel. The cast in the second one I found really irritating, although many have loved Bill Paxton ever since, I found him annoying. As for Michael Biehn and Lance Henriksen, I have no complaints, they did a marvelous job. But the woman who played Vasquez, and the whole character of her's was just bad.

Number two would have to be the way it's directed. It's no longer a science fiction movie, it's no longer a thriller or even a horror movie, it's an action movie, with lots of explosions and weapons and fire and all that. I was disappointed with the whole plot outline, the whole movie has just been constructed around battle scenes that many people appreciate. But not I.

As a sequel that's been praised through the roof by so many, I have to say that the prequel once again triumphs. Scott's direction is much more beautiful, the cinematography is better, the score is better and the movie is scarier and more scientific as a whole than this one. I gave this one a six, I think I gave the first one a ten. But just to end this review, I highly recommend this to the people that like to find out what happens after the first one and to those who like action movies with some spooky scenes.
2004-12-30
My favorite movie of all time
Plot: After floating in space for 57 years, Lt. Ripley's (Sigourney Weaver) shuttle is found by a deep space salvage team. Upon arriving at LV-426, the marines find only one survivor, a nine year old girl named Newt (Carrie Henn). But even these battle-hardened marines with all the latest weaponry are no match for the hundreds of aliens that have invaded the colony.

I have loved this movie ever since I saw it as a kid years ago. This was a Perfect sequel to Alien. One of the things I love about it is that it doesn't try to copy the original, it becomes it's own movie in a way. Sigourney Weaver is fantastic as Ripley who becomes a stronger character than she was in the first film and earns that in the end. Every actor does an outstanding job fully realizing their characters whether it's Michael Biehn (in my opinion) his absolute best performance as Corporal Dwayne Hicks, Bill Paxton as Hudson, Jeanette Goldstein as Vazquez, William Hope as Lt. Gorman, Lance Henriksen as Bishop, Carrie Benn as Newt and many others. Each character is more memorable each time I watch it.

I personally found no flaws in this film. It is well paced with great action, great dialogue, a well-rounded story with a satisfying conclusion and a terrific score by James Horner. This is my favorite movie of all time and nothing will change that.
2015-05-07
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