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  1. I’m surprised noone’s decided to bite your head off. I felt the same way when I rewatched it recently. I wouldn’t say the effects were terrible, but the characters, dialogue and writing sure were. Like you said. there’s just nothing going for it. Things happen, corny lines are delivered, guns are fired, idiots die, a ridiculous boss fight happens due to more idiocy, three people and an android survive. Ripley has a new family consisting of a wounded cardboard cutout and an annoying child, there’s nothing else to it, nothing to think about, everythings hunky dory. Big deal. The End.

    They had to kill those characters at the beginning of Alien 3 in order for me to care, and even then, Newt and Hicks were so boring that I only felt sorry for Ripley. If it wasn’t for the fact that Aliens bridges the gap between 1 and 3, I wouldn’t have it in my collection. It’s a classic example of cold, empty 80s film making by an overhyped action director that pales in comparison to the Alien movies and directors that sandwich him and this piece of work. At least it’s not as bad as the fourth one, I guess.


  2. I just saw Cameron’s Aliens for the first time, and damn, it was awful.

    Scott’s Alien was a nuanced, almost noir-ish monster movie. It had atmosphere, mystery, and lots of real suspense. The entire cast, a veritable who’s who of top-notch character actors, brought to life a crew of very real people, who not only gave the science fiction a sheen of authenticity, but once the Alien was aboard the ship, reacted in ways that made the monster REAL.

    Cameron flushed all that down the toilet. Gone was the nuance. Gone was the gritty realism. In its place was gaudy bombast, blazing guns and historonics. Every single marine was a comic book character. Even worse, Cameron tossed aside the very idea that made the original Alien so scary in the first place - it was incredibly strong, fast, and utterly indestructible. At the very end of the Scott’s film, the alien was jettisoned into space and blasted by the ship’s freakin’ rocket blast, and it was STILL fighting for a way to kill Rilpley! In Cameron’s version, the aliens blow apart like flimsy peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. His aliens are weak and pathetic, and the only thing making things “exciting” are the alien’s sheer numbers.

    Iain’s already talked about the banal “motherhood” plot point, but I’ll add another couple of comments. First off, the whole deal of Ripely wandering space for 50 some-odd years as an excuse to kill off a daughter we never knew she had was serious weak-sauce. It actually brings up a whole host of real sci-fi issues - for one, things change rapidly in a high-tech environment in 50 years. How does Ripley adjust to what would literally be an alien world to her? Who knows? Cameron completely ignores these obvious and engaging questions because it was never his intention to explore them. It was simply a convoluted plot devise to introduce the whole retarded MOM vs MOM schtick. Ripley loses a daughter, and conveniently, there’s an adorable moppet there to take her place. GAG.


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Iain Coleman

Science writer by day, screenwriter by night. Past exploits include gaining a PhD in astrophysics, researching the solar wind and the aurora, training and performing in experimental theatre, standing for Parliament, and helping to run a city council.