Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant

Bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, the crew of the colony ship 'Covenant' discovers what is thought to be an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world – which has its sole inhabitant the 'synthetic', David, survivor of the doomed Prometheus expedition.

The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise, but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alien: Covenant torrent reviews

Jacob M (es) wrote: It was the first movie that my wife and I saw together and while it wasn't very good, Paul Rudd was entertaining whenever he showed up as well as Jack Nicholson, so it would have been a lot worse without them.

Steve S (gb) wrote: an awful thai superhero movie that completely lacks any originality at all. the fight scenes are badly shot and the special effects are choppy and stupid looking. plus the mercury man's suit looks like a rip off of the spiderman venom suit. i highly recommend skipping this piece of crap.

Sebastian I (fr) wrote: It's ok.. I've seen better Eddie Murphy movies....

Ty P (ru) wrote: Interesting spin on riddles, with some dark touches, Nemesis Game really isn't bad, it's just not that great either.

Grace E (ru) wrote: The acting is the sole reason to see this. Sylvie Testud's performance is the best acting I've seen from a female. It's an unnerving true story that will haunt you forever.

Simon D (ag) wrote: Not my type of film at all. It reminds me of the wartime educational dramas we had to watch at school. This is like a sepia drunken dreamlike trip down memory lane for those old enough to have wartime memories, for me it's just a bit boring

Chase H (es) wrote: ilove Hall's and Downey's chemistry and how wacked Downey was cuz he reminded me of myself, and Uma Thurman was fuckin hott

Matt G (kr) wrote: Despite their distinct styles, the comparisons between Prince and Bowie are staggering: same death year, extremely unique auras, supreme talent, sexual androgyny, purposed mystery, peerless and singular iconography, and one feature film each that fits their individual je ne sais quoi perfectly. Purple Rain is flawed for sure (problematic treatment of women, comically melodramatic acting), but the characters are interesting, the musical performances are killer, and it's filled with effortless coolness.

Drew E (jp) wrote: Ronald Wilby is a socially awkward high school senior that lives with his divorced mom in an old Victorian mansion. While walking home from a friends house Ronald is teased by a girl. He tells her to say she is sorry and pushes her to the ground. She hits the back of her head on a cement block and is killed instantly. Ronald faces the facts that he has just committed a murder and tells his mother. Fearing his life and future career as a doctor are in jeopardy, his mother plans to hide Ronald in a bathroom. Ronald replaces the door with plywood and puts up new wallpaper so it looks as if nothing were there to begin with. She gives him his meals through a small door under the pantry. Police often visit the house but ronalds presence is kept secret. One day Ronald's mother has an operation done on her gallbladder and never returns home. A few weeks later a new family moves in. Ronald drills holes into the walls in various parts of the house to spy on the family. Ronald quickly takes a liking to one of the girls living in the house, her nickname is "Babs." Babs Often hears unexplainable noises but nobody thinks anything of it. Soon, food starts dissapearing and the family starts to get suspicious. One day when the mother and father go an a trip, Babs is left at home by herself. Ronald confronts her in her room, telling her about his fantasies. Babs runs away and goes into a neighbors cellar. Ronald locks the cellar door and Babs is now trapped. One of the sisters boyfriends is watching tv when Ronald comes up behind him and knocks him out. The girls realize that Babs and the girls boyfriend are missing. That night they hear a noise coming from downstairs. One of the sisters sees a light on a cabinet. The light is coming from a peephole Ronald forgot to seal shut. She looks into the hole and sees Ronald's eye. The sisters let out a shriek of terror and Ronald jumps through the wall where the bathroom door once was. He attempts to escape outside but is quickly apprehended by the police. The End.

Parker S (de) wrote: Everything 14 year old Parker could possibly want in a movie.

Daryn R (mx) wrote: great movie for music fans

Bailey G (br) wrote: This film stars: Ryan Phillippe, Salma Hayek, Neve Campbell and Mike Myers. It's a very slow film at it's best. It doesn't really speed up until about fifteen minutes in. The acting was okay and the storyline could've been way better.The only thing keeping it on it's toes is the both the direction and the acting. I could follow the story at least it had that going for it. It's really an awful picture if you look at it from an audience point of view. From a movie critic point of view just okay. The style was lacking a bit and the look of the film seemed like the color blue. I think this is a movie to skip for moviegoers. I wish I could've been to some screenings for this movie to warn moviegoers ahead of time.