Alien: Resurrection

Alien: Resurrection

Two hundred years after Lt. Ripley died, a group of scientists clone her, hoping to breed the ultimate weapon. But the new Ripley is full of surprises … as are the new aliens. Ripley must team with a band of smugglers to keep the creatures from reaching Earth.

Ellen Ripley is brought back to life after 200 year of death through a blood sample taken earlier. Weyland-Yutani Company and United Systems Military decide to clone a new Ripley in order to get the alien inside of her. After they get what they want, the alien goes out of control and starts to kill people on board. Riple once again has to decide what she truly is because she could be the only one can save the humanity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alien: Resurrection torrent reviews

Francisco L (fr) wrote: Strong script, excellent way to approach the theme and interesting, but a little schmaltzy. Advisable for teen people.

Steve G (mx) wrote: Actually, pretty clever & funny.

Charles H (br) wrote: Cameron Crowe's excellent documentary is part retrospective / part fan film, with a bountiful supply of unaired footage featuring one of modern music's most recognizable names. Perhaps no other band has ever been so private with respect to its members' lives, and yet has striven to ensure an unprecedented level of fan accessibility as far as their music is concerned. The esteem that the director holds for his subject is apparent from the start, but should not be regarded as a quality that detracts from the film's overall effect. Right away, the focus is established on how these individuals came together from their assorted backgrounds, landing in an exploding Seattle music scene, and then found a musical connection that is so rarely achieved, and even rarer to be sustained for twenty years and counting. This is a documentary purposely designed to exclude reflections from journalists, music critics, promoters, producers, and all relatives and non-music industry friends of the band members themselves. Other than the current band members, the only additional, new interview footage is with Chris Cornell, a fellow Seattle music celebrity who played a significant role during the band's early years. This is not an expose or character study. All discussions relate back to the music itself: the bands that members were in prior to Pearl Jam, the initial thoughts on the demo tape featuring vocals from a then-undiscovered California surfer/security guard that reached the others in Seattle, the decidedly cramped, untidy spaces where they first came together to practice and eventually hone their stage performances, and certainly the discomfort they felt upon being pigeon-holed as a "grunge band" strictly for marketing purposes. There are too many highlights to list, but a few moments I especially liked include: claustrophobic scenes from an early European concert where the band was jammed together tightly and the audience was literally positioned inches away, practically on top of them; the archive footage of Kurt Cobain talking about Eddie and the band, reneging on his initial criticisms, soon followed up with Eddie addressing a concert crowd on the day of Kurt's passing, taking a moment to pay a very personal, impromptu tribute; Stone Gossard's unremarkable display(?) space for the Grammy P.J. won in 1996; and the Madison Square Garden show where a majority of the audience appears to actually be booing the band's performance of "Bushleaguer" - a politically charged tune criticizing a certain President the band disagreed with. There are a few things missing I would have liked to have seen as well, such as an interview with one-time drummer, Jack Irons, and a discussion of the band's singularly unique decision to make dozens of individual concerts, entire tours, in fact, available to fans for purchase. However, the exclusion of a few worthwhile discussions and mentions does not make the final project feel incomplete at all. What Crowe accomplishes is a film that spoke to my sense of nostalgia, taking me back to my teenage years, recalling how important music has been to my life, and reminding me why I have always appreciated a band like Pearl Jam for daring to make music fueled by actual inspiration, rather than the potential to maximize proceeds.

Alberto M (de) wrote: So bad it hurts. Avoid.

Frank H (de) wrote: There's not a huge amount here we haven't seen on the news over the past several years, but it's very well filmed and does give a view of average Iraqis' lives we don't often get.

Will M (fr) wrote: Brilliantly acted but that is in vain to the out of depth screenplay and direction. In more capable hands this could have been an exhilarating tale of a real like horrifying story.

Tiana R (kr) wrote: this movie sounds too much like that reality tv show the simple life

Alexander N (ru) wrote: Giving this 2 stars for the first 15-20 minutes. The rest of the film is a boring slog through the usual Spielbergian sentimental drivel.

Tim W (jp) wrote: Cheezy 80's sci fi adventure. I would have liked it more if it was better (or worse). It was bad and forgettable, but fun. 5.5/10

Anthony J (ru) wrote: Excellent little sci-fi that predates Star Wars. It has a mild sense of humour and some dated effects, but not too bad for it's time, considering the budget. It's an all around well crafted film.

Greg W (mx) wrote: suffers from the 'sophmore director's curse"

Calvin C (nl) wrote: A great family film about a Black family in the deep south in 1933 struggling to survive after the father is sent to jail for a petty crime. Cicely Tyson and Paul Winfield give outstanding performances, but it is Kevin Hooks who plays David, who is the film's center. His character becomes the man of the house and literally goes on a journey to find his dad and at the same time learns about himself. Grade: A-

Kris M (ru) wrote: Better the second time around

Juan L (fr) wrote: I wonder if this movie is great because of the story or the film itself. I kept thinking that I wanted to read the book because I was so intrigued by some of the characters. I wanted to know more about each family member. This is a fantastic performance by all of the actors. You should expect a serious comedy, with a deep message at heart. The ending of the movie--spoiler coming--is as inspiring as reading through the adventures of Bilbo Baggins. A rebellion to the superficiality, patriarchy, and hypocrisy of beauty pageants (or just society in general?) all the family members reunited around Olive to dance to "super freak."--What a wonderful story, great acting (Steve Carrel is good doing a "serious" role) and an empowering ending. Recommended to everyone, made my top 10 movies of all time.

Marta R (gb) wrote: Was it really that simple? Have one guy speak for an hour about God to High schoolers, and they all jumped on board to change??