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Alien Vs Predator: Requiem (2)

Released on 12 May 2008

Featuring: John Ortiz, Reiko Aylesworth & Steven Pasquale

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Alien Vs. Predator: Requiem features the iconic monsters battling it out on the big screen!

The warring alien and predator races descend on a small town, where unsuspecting residents must band together for any chance of survival.

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 forget the human cast, its all about the Aliens and predator

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Being an avid collector of Sci-Fi Movies and reading the various reviews for AvP2,
I found that I was not in any rush to purchase this title, now I wish that I had brought it sooner. AvP2 is a very entertaining flick. I agree that the actors aren't anything special and that the movie is Dark, but its nothing like what other reviewers are saying.
What this film offers is more focus on the aliens and the Predator the human characters don't have much to do with the film, Its moments when you think some minor character development is going on only to have them killed off shortly after, No Victim has been left out in this movie either, everything from a young boy to pregnant women getting the Alien treatment, there is also plenty of gore from your typical Alien chestburster to Heads being blown off by the Predators weapons. This film does start of a little slow but it soon picks up the pace with non stop relentless action. Like the First AvP movie this film also has links to the Weyland Yutani Corp.

So to sum it up AvP2 is more about the Aliens and the Predator, the human cast are just there to be killed off and don't play any major role in the film except to be hosts to the Aliens, If you want it to be compared to the first AvP, I would say that the First AvP was more focused on character development and less about the aliens and predators, probably because of the amount they had to pay to its cast members, where AvP2 has forgone getting big name actors and spent its budget on the Aliens and Predators, AvP2 has a lot more Action and stays faithful the AvP universe.
Ill give this flick a 7 out of 10.

 What a shame !

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After the half decent AVP was expecting a little more with this but this was just dull...it showed nothing you hadn't seen before except the Predator home world but this was only on screen for two mins...if only they had expanded on that a little more instead of giving us a run of the mill hack and slash film that basically copied characters / sceens and diolog from the other movies....What a shame...What a waste

 An enjoyable scrap in the dark!

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A Predator crossed with an Alien hatches out in a Predator spaceship causing mayhem, and the ship crashes in Colorado. The Predalien does it's thing of eating and breeding and the crew of the ship try to clean up the unholy mess.
Not a lot of story here. Not a lot of well known actors either. Not that it matters, there is so little lighting, you can't tell! All you need to know is that if you like scary, gory films, you will probably like this one. It's an enjoyable film, albeit not as good as it's predecessors.

 Good sequel

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I saw this at the cinema and thought it was great. I think you have to be a fan of the alien and predator films to enjoy this one. Because ofm the ending i hope they do anyother sequel!

 Average at best.

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As a concept, Alien Vs. Predator should be about the best thing since... well, since just about everything. Combining two of the most iconic figures in sci-fi and pitching them head long into a battle of survival should be kick ass.

However, as an exercise, AVP Requiem proves just how far reality can fall from potential.
I have loved the graphic novels from which the film takes its title, and have often been enthralled by the tales of genetic engineering, bio-weaponry and unlikely loyalty . I was disapointed with 2004's AVP, especially as it seemed to ignore the legacy from which it took its names. Unfortunately, Requiem does little to put right these ills.
For one, it seems that very little has been thought out in way of story or plot. The film kicks off shortly after the end of the first, with the predators leaving earth victorious. However it isnt long before the ship runs into trouble and plummets straight back to earth, backwater america to be precise. This should have been the kick off for a brilliant horror-sci-fi movie. I for one can remember nightmares as a kid (Ok, young man) in which the Alien arrived on earth. Unfortunatley, it is at this point that all atempt at reasonable plot are given up in favour letting our two protagonists get down to business. There is a half backed tale of teen love/lust and a cop/con brother act in there, but the acting is of such low grade that you never care enough whether any of the human cast survive for these stories to have any effect.

However, the biggest problem by far is the shear darkness of the whole film. I dont mean it's-the-end-of-the-world, life-is-pointless type dark. I spent literally the first half of the movie trying to work out just what was wrong with my telly as the contrast was so low before i realized it was the film that was at fault. To be fair, there could be a very decent and highly enjoyable action flick hidden away here, but it was just far to dark to be able to tell.

Overall, this is another poor showing from the AVP series, a series with the framework and legacy to provide a truly outstanding film. If you must watch this, however, watch it with the lights off. it wont be any scarier but it is the only chance youve got of seing anything on-screen

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ActorsJohn Ortiz, Reiko Aylesworth, Steven Pasquale, Shareeka Epps, Johnny Lewis, Sam Trammell, David Paetkau, Chelah Horsdal & Gina Holden
DirectorColin Strause & Greg Strause
Certificate15 years and over
Year2007
ScreenWidescreen
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Arabic ; Spanish ; French ; German ; Greek ; Italian
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.