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- Sep 14, 2011
It's like that in most spacey US productions though(SG:U for example). It seems like in an application form for US spaceflights there's a section "How well do you get along in a professional environment with other people?" and if you answer anything over "Rather poorly" you're not inyou send a team of idiots that don't know each other and squabble like petulant kids?
Sorry what? Rewatch the first Alien again. It's exactly the same.Visually a step above , but the character building and execution was on par with a cheap BBC drama, main characters losing their lives in woefully unconstructed situations.
Again, watch the first film again. Funnily enough you spend time with people in space in a confined environment and yes, people will get tetchy with each other. This is present in Alien, go watch it again if you can't remember. No-one ever complains about this part of Alien.I never thought I would say it, but I agree with Job - you're right about the characters.
One of the most important space missions ever costing a trillion dollars, to go and find the origin of man, even potentially "God" and you send a team of idiots that don't know each other and squabble like petulant kids?
Erm, you do realise that HR Geiger's design for Alien creatures have *always* been constructed out of organic human parts? The facehuggers you talk of are vaginas and fingers with an added tail. This design is consistent and what it should be.Hell, the only thing missing from this to make it an Alien re-hash were face huggers, but instead we got some silly penis / cobra combination.
Oh yes, very familiar with his work - the penises with babies' heads for a glans are probably the most twisted.Erm, you do realise that HR Geiger's design for Alien creatures have *always* been constructed out of organic human parts? The facehuggers you talk of are vaginas and fingers with an added tail. This design is consistent and what it should be.
That part was so retarded that I started to laugh in the cinema. Either of them could have walked 20 yards either sideways direction to avoid it. The spaceship was destroying everything in its path, but it came to rest on a rock.I mean LOL the rolling out of the way of the ship, it was about 150ft wide and she did three rolls.
I don't buy this "it'll be explained in the next film that you'll need pay to see".We all know it's the start of something 'bigger' than itself.
I intentionally left them about because I'g forgotten about them and will now download both for a night of retro warmness inside.What, you mean apart from 1972's Silent Running, 1974's Dark Star?