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"Wherever you go, there you are."
(set 29 days ago)
Location: Coastal Connecticut
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Yeah, I hope it has that feeling of dread that Alien brilliantly pulled off. Aliens lacked it but made up for it with terrific action and suspense, and Alien 3 attempted it and fell short (although the new assembly cut is much better).
I grew up watching the Alien franchise. My dad showed me Aliens first and I loved it! Alien was also brilliant, then I saw Alien 3 which was ok, then Alien Resurrection which was terrible. After that, there were rumors circulating that they were planning to make an Alien 5 that took place on Earth and I face-palmed.
After looking at this, I'm super excited! It definitely goes back to that original Ridley Scott atmosphere of the first film. I'm also glad that they are focusing less on the Xenomorph and more on the whole alien universe and how the series came to be because let's face it, there isn't a whole lot left to tell with the Aliens themselves. If it were just another "Us vs Xenomorph", we'd all have a pretty good idea how the film would play out right now.
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