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AVP - Alien Vs. Predator (2004)

5 Ratings: -0.4
A 2004 film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson

In delivering PG-13-rated excitement,Alien vs. Predatoris an acceptably average science-fiction action thriller with some noteworthy highlights, even if it squanders its opportunity to intelligently combine two popular and R-rated franchises. Rabid fans … see full wiki

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Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
4 reviews about AVP - Alien Vs. Predator (2004)
review by . September 10, 2006
I just watched AVP on DVD (saw it in the theatre also) and really, it's not nearly as bad as quite a few reviewers make it sound. I say this as a fan of the Alien franchise from the time I saw the first movie in the theatre at its original release.      Are there some errors and lack of continuity problems between the originals and this one? Sure. But there always are with sequels. I think a lot of people conveniently forget that there were story inconsistencies and problems …
review by . April 05, 2006
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People who watch this movie thinking they are going to see some of the great science fiction horror of the Alien movies will probably be disappointed. The only purpose of this movie is to get two big bad aliens together and let them slug it out. As such, it is fun to watch. Of course, the plot stinks, the dialogue is hokey and the situation is just plain stupid. That's what Grade B is all about. What's important are the monsters and the action. This movie has plenty of each. If you like Grade B …
review by . April 26, 2005
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This movie is not as good as the original Alien or Predator but it is entertaining from start to finish nevertheless. A large corporation detects a pyramid under 2,000 feet of ice in Antarctica and assembles a team to explore it.     The company is headed up by a mega millionaire, played by the same actor who was the android in the first two Alien movies. The star of the team is a mountain climber who is an expert in climbing ice walls. She is joined by a bunch of experts including …
review by . November 17, 2004
As long as *we* is construed as referring to the hapless cinema-going public, then you have to give the promoters of this witless film credit for at least being honest.    For the huge problem this film has (leaving aside small matters such as a lousy script, complete lack of originality etc.) is precisely the point that the tag line - wrongly - addresses: No matter who wins, we (the human race, that is) WIN. For surely it would be better to have just one set of genocidal bad …
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