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March 10, Full Review…. August 22, Full Review…. July 4, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews May 28, Say what you will about James Cameron, but he's got a pretty great track record as it relates to successful movies.
Realistically speaking, I think he may be the most financially successful filmmaker of all time. Cameron's is more impressive when you take into consideration the fact that he has made just SEVEN movies in his career.
That's almost a billion per movie. Cameron has his faults as a filmmaker, but there's no denying he's always been at the forefront for innovation in special effects and new film techniques.
But I digress, that's neither here nor there, I just felt like starting out with that. Having said all of that, on to this film.
And I'm gonna start off with something that might be controversial to some, but Alien and Aliens is the greatest one-two punch in horror film franchise history.
It might be controversial to some, but there's really no debate to me in any way, shape or form. And, yes, I am, in fact, including Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2 in that discussion.
I really liked Evil Dead, but I didn't think ever reached the great category. I felt that it fell just a little bit short of that.
Evil Dead 2 is one of my favorite horror movies of all time, so there you have it. Having watched Alien a week and a half ago, I was aware that its sequel, this film, was a more action heavy affair when compared to the atmospheric and tense-filled original.
I don't know why that, in my head, already created a scenario where this movie just wouldn't be as good as Alien. Just because a horror sequel or any sequel for that matter relies more on action than its first installment does not instantly make it a worse film.
I think this is an assumption that most of us would, wrongly, make. It's not necessarily the most fair way to head into a movie.
It really isn't. But, and I don't wanna say I was surprised, this film is pretty fucking great. While both films take place in the same universe, with the same lead character and the same villains, the similarities end there.
The original was a more claustrophobic and contained experience. It built up dread through the usage of its atmosphere and the element of surprise, you never knew where the xenomorph would appear in.
He could be in the next room, or in the air duct, or right above you. That made the xenomorph in the original seem more terrifying. This movie opens things up, taking place on terraformed colony where the alien eggs and facehugger were discovered in the first film.
The film focuses on Ripley, duh, a group of colonial marines sent to investigate this colony that has families living in it as no transmission has been received from them for a long time.
I will say that the first half or so of the movie, maybe slightly less than half, is a slow-burn. Building up to the first appearance of the xenomorph.
It's not a dread-filled as the original, but they do a good job regardless. I love that when the xenomorphs do appear, and the shit hits the fan for the marines, you're not exactly what happened, how it happened and who actually died.
It's very disorienting. And I can imagine that, if I was in a wartime situation and the enemy took us by surprising, it'd feel similar to this.
You really don't know what happened during and it's only after the fact, when you've had time to regroup and catch your breath, where you try to figure out what happened and how.
And when the movie does get going, it really doesn't stop with its intensity and visceral attack on your sense. That's one of the many different things when compared to the original, the film is much more conventionally intense.
The use of the word 'conventionally' might seem like a negative to some, but what I mean is the fact that they throw so much more at you than the original movie and it's pretty fucking great.
The xenomorphs are still terrifyingly designed. But this is where I have some problems with the film. The xenomorphs are greatly designed and everything, but they're dispatched of so easily by the marines and Ripley that it takes some of their original effectiveness away from them.
They still do some really cool stuff with them, like running through the air ducts, but some of the scare factor is taken away from them. Of course, the xenomorphs are really just the set-up for the queen, the one who's laying the eggs, and her eventual showdown with Ripley.
And, really, the film is about one simple theme and that is motherhood. Ripley takes care of a little girl who survived the attack on her colony.
She grows attached to her and, naturally, wants to protect her from these evil motherfuckers. The queen, on the other hand, is trying to protect her own children.
Yes, these children are using the colonists as hosts to create more of these xenomorphs, but they're still her children.
The climactic battle between the queen and Ripley boils down to that. The queen just wants revenge for Ripley's destruction of her eggs via flamethrower.
She's not doing it just because, she's a pissed-off mother, just like Ripley is a pissed-off mother protecting Newt.
The metaphor isn't subtle, but it is very well done. And Sigourney Weaver is tremendous here, she really fucking is. She was so great that she got an Academy Award nomination for her performance.
Yes, Weaver got nominated for a HORROR movie. This might be her best performance ever, though Weaver has always had a very strong track record.
You know, I've always complained about the Resident Evil movies being more action than horror. What I mean by that is that they sacrifice the horror elements, there's nothing even close to remotely scary about those movies, in order to make a, more marketable, violent action flick.
But this film proves that you can make a movie that's equal parts horror and action. Again, the xenomorphs are still greatly designed, which means that they would scare people and there's plenty of shooting and explosions in the film to satisfy action fans.
THIS is how you combine these two genres and I'm surprised that the Resident Evil film franchise has learned absolutely nothing from this flick.
Don't know what else to say about this movie. The cast is full of memorable characters, great action and great in-your-face horror.
The debate will always be whether Alien or this movie is better. And, to me, there's no real debate to be had. I think both movies are equally as great for completely different reasons.
But I can sort of see how some people who loved the original flick might hate this. Same thing with people who liked this but hated the original.
Though I don't know how you can like this movie without liking the original, it pretty much set the ground for the franchise.
It's just a shame that it was downhill for the franchise from this point on. At least until Prometheus, which people loved and hated, but at least it took risks.
I've got the other two films with Ripley on my DVR. I'll watch them eventually, but I certainly don't expect them to compare with the first two films.
With that said, I pretty much loved this fucking movie from beginning to end. This, along with The Thing and Evil Dead 2, are some of my favorite horror films from this decade.
I would highly recommend this film to anyone who hasn't seen it yet. Make sure you watch the original first, though.
You don't really NEED to watch it, but it'd be a great idea watching them both back-to-back. Fucking great movie right here. Jesse O Super Reviewer.
May 17, One of the reasons I'm still clinging onto hope that the Avatar franchise isn't a one-hit wonder is because James Cameron has proven how well he can build out a world in a sequel.
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Show HTML View more styles. User Polls Kids say the dardenest things He was a relatively-new director, however, and the studio was reluctant to grant his request.
Cameron's biggest success at the time was Piranha II: The Spawning : a low-budget, independent horror film.
Cameron turned in the finished script in February , hours before a Hollywood writer's strike. The script was well-received, but Fox executives including chairman Barry Diller were concerned about the budget.
Gordon continued negotiating with Diller until he relented, and Cameron and Hurd returned. Cameron and Hurd again left the project, marrying and going on a honeymoon.
When they returned, they learned that the Aliens project was ready to move forward. Cameron credited Gordon with Aliens ' being greenlit.
The director had seen Alien while he was working as a truck driver, and remembered his fellow audience members' reactions to what they saw on screen.
Cameron did not understand at first why Alien needed a sequel, believing it was a "perfect" film and it would be difficult to recreate the emotion and novelty of the original.
He and Hurd agreed to combine the horror of Alien with the action of The Terminator. According to Hill, Cameron said that if the first film could be compared to a haunted attraction , Aliens should be like a roller coaster.
Weaver rejected a number of offers to return. She was only mildly interested after reading Cameron's script,  and had to be convinced that Aliens was not being made exclusively for financial reasons.
An unknown actor was sought to play Newt, and Henn was scouted by casting agents at her school in Lakenheath , England. Although she had no acting experience, Cameron said that she had a "great face and expressive eyes".
Remar later admitted that he was fired after his arrest for drug possession, and his relationship with Hill was damaged for over a decade.
Paxton credited his casting as Hudson to a chance encounter with Cameron at Los Angeles International Airport. Cameron was shipping the Aliens script to Pinewood Studios , and Paxton said that he was interested in a role.
The studio supported Paxton's casting because of positive feedback for his performance in Weird Science He was concerned that the character would annoy audiences, until he realized he was comic relief for the audience.
Although he suggested distinctive eye pupils for Bishop when the character was alerted and had lenses mocked up, Cameron felt that they made Bishop look more frightening than the alien.
The Colonial Marines cast was a mix of British and American actors who underwent three weeks of intensive training with the British Special Air Service SAS.
Vasquez was Goldstein's first feature-film role. She credited her physique to being out of work and going to the gym. The Caucasian Goldstein wore dark contact lenses and underwent an hour of makeup to cover her freckles and darken her skin to appear more Latina ; she studied gang interviews to develop her demeanor and accent.
Although Cameron offered to let Ross join the filming later, Ross was concerned that Kubrick's projects often overran their schedules and opted for Aliens instead.
Cynthia Dale Scott Dietrich was an aspiring singer when she was cast. Although she made the filmmakers buy her a long, blonde wig, she never wore it.
He offered Cameron his coat if he got the part, and also auditioned for Hudson. Paxton described the actors' time outside work positively: "God, we had the best time We all hung very hard together.
That's where I first met [Henriksen], who I fell in love with. And all these hilarious British characters, like [Steadman], the stuntman, who used to grab my bicep and go, 'Blimey, more meat on a cat's cock!
Principal photography began in September Before Remar was fired, he accidentally shot a hole through Frank Oz 's Little Shop of Horrors set.
Filming was tumultuous. Rinzler described Cameron coming onto the set as George Lucas had before him for Star Wars , but Cameron was aggressive and certain of what he wanted, which irked the crew.
If he wanted to modify a scene such as its lighting in accordance with his vision, he did not involve the unionized crew.
The crew were dismissive of Cameron for his relative inexperience, thinking that he had not done enough to earn such a prominent position and Hurd had her job only because she was his partner.
Then he'd do it wrong and the whole set would have to be broken down. Cameron called Fox for advice, and became determined to move the production out of England until Hurd convinced him otherwise.
They gathered the crew to discuss their grievances; Cameron explained the importance of the production, and that any member of the crew who could not support it should step forward to be replaced.
The situation was more difficult because the number of films simultaneously in production meant that the crew could not be exchanged, and the crew agreed to support Cameron if he supported their scheduled working hours.
The alien nest was filmed in the decommissioned Acton Lane Power Station in London, and the set was left in place until the superhero film Batman was filmed there.
Most of the cast were unharmed, Cameron's head was cut by a large piece of debris. Some improvisation was encouraged.
One of his signature lines, "Game over man, game over", originated when Paxton developed a backstory for Hudson in which he was trained on simulators.
Post-production began in late April ,  and Ray Lovejoy edited the film. Cameron's final edit was two hours, 17 minutes long.
Fox wanted the film to be under two hours so it could be shown more times per day in theaters, increasing its revenue potential. Fox production president Scott Rudin flew to England to ask Cameron and Hurd if they could cut another 12 minutes; Cameron was concerned that further cuts would make the film nonsensical, and Rudin relented.
James Horner became acquainted with Cameron early in their careers, when they worked for director Roger Corman. Aliens was Horner and Cameron's first collaboration, one which Horner called a "nightmare".
There was no film for him to score, however; Cameron was still filming and editing, and Horner had only three weeks to come up with a score.
Horner recorded the score at Abbey Road Studios with the London Symphony Orchestra. Cameron first heard the score while it was being recorded by the orchestra, and did not like it; however, it was too late to make changes.
The Terminator with composer Brad Fiedel 's synth-inspired tracks had allowed Cameron regular feedback and rapid implementation of changes, but he had no experience managing orchestral music.
Cameron initially disliked it, but eventually used it throughout the film. Aliens ' special effects were supervised by John Richardson and developed by Stan Winston Studio.
Some crew did return, often with a higher status such as Crispian Sallis , Alien focus puller and Aliens set decorator.
Mead designed the Sulaco , the marines' spaceship. He conceived it as a large sphere with antennae, but Cameron wanted it to be flatter; the full craft had to pass the camera, and a sphere would not work with the film's aspect ratio.
Tts exterior was designed with a row of loading doors, a crane, and large gun fixtures to defend against threats. Weaver had not used a weapon before, and was opposed to weapons in general.
Cameron explained that weapons were necessary, but secondary to the core narrative of Ripley bonding with and protecting Newt. A cast was made of Henn's body, face, and her stunt double's legs to construct a lightweight dummy for Weaver to hold when carrying a gun; Henn's weight plus a gun would have been too heavy.
The art department had covered the sets in an unspecified substance to artificially age them; the flamethrowers vaporized it, causing fire and heavy smoke.
Goldstein struggled to breathe, and since improvisation was encouraged Paxton thought she was acting until he also became breathless.
The nuclear explosion of the colony in the film's finale was created by shining a light bulb through cotton. Giger , who designed the Alien creature, was not involved in Aliens and was reportedly unhappy about it.
Cameron a designer also contributed to designs, but was not as concerned with the warrior aliens because they were onscreen only briefly. The aliens were played by dancers and stuntmen in lightweight costumes, which allowed them to move quickly.
A number of 8-foot 2. The aliens' acidic blood was a combination of tetrachloride , cyclohexylamine , acetic acid , and yellow dye.
Two chestburster puppets were used: a reinforced one, and an articulated one for movement. A puppeteer punched the former through a fabricated latex-foam chest; the scene took several takes to film, because it could not pierce the clothing.
Cameron designed the alien queen  and worked with Winston on several concepts, including large puppets, miniatures, and costumes with several people inside.
A frame was built large enough to hold two people, covered in black polythene bags, and hung on a crane.
The prototype was a success, and Cameron wrote the alien-queen scene. The head was manipulated with a combination of servomotors and hydraulics controlled by up to four people.
The Stan Winston Studio had not used hydraulics before, and considered them a learning experience. They were essential for moving larger parts of the queen puppet, including the head; a foot press in the body could hydraulically move the tail up and down.
Each was articulated with hydraulics and cables to control the queen's mouth and lips. To create the effect of the queen piercing Bishop's chest with her tail, Tom Woodruff Jr.
The tail was pulled forward by wire, apparently exploding through Bishop's torso. A rigid piece of tail attached to a body harness was used to show more of the tail moving through Bishop, and Henriksen was leveraged upward as if he was being lifted by the tail.
To complete the effect, a dummy of Bishop was constructed with a spring-loaded mechanism which would forcibly separate his upper and lower body, as if the queen had ripped him in half.
Once separated, Henriksen's upper body was below the set and a fake torso attached up to his shoulders. The android blood was milk, and after several days of filming it was sour and foul-smelling.
John Richardson designed the mechanical power loader exosuit, with input from Mead. Like the queen, a prototype was built out of wood and polythene bags stuffed with newspaper to see how the movement would work.
The scene of the queen running at Ripley was one of the more difficult shots; the wires and rods had to be concealed, since they could not be removed in post-production.
The summer film season began in mid-May. The season had been starting earlier each year as studios attempted to beat each other with their biggest films.
Fifty-five films were scheduled for release between May and September, including the action drama Top Gun and the comedic Sweet Liberty.
The season was not expected to break financial records set in previous years due to fewer sequels Poltergeist II: The Other Side and Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives , anticipated blockbusters , films by Steven Spielberg or starring popular comedians such as Eddie Murphy , Bill Murray and Chevy Chase which had dominated the earlier half of the decade.
Aliens was seen as a potential sleeper hit based on positive industry word-of-mouth during filming, "enthusiastic" industry screenings, and favorable pre-release reviews.
Box-office figures outside North America are inconsistent and not available for all films. Aliens opened to generally-positive reviews. Reviewers generally agreed that Aliens was a worthy successor to Alien.
Benson attributed this to an overabundance of creature effects in the intervening years, particularly the science-fiction horror film The Thing which, Benson said, took alien monstrosities to an extreme.
According to Rick Kogan , Aliens demonstrated that science-fiction horror could still be entertaining after many poorly-received Alien -derived films.
Schickel wrote that the film had evolved from Alien , giving Weaver new emotional depths to explore. Roger Ebert called the film's last hour "painfully, unremittingly intense" in horror and action, leaving him emotionally drained and unhappy.
Ebert believed that it could not be defined as entertainment, despite his admiration of the filmmaking craft on display. According to Fischer, though, Cameron mistakenly thought that over-long scenes created suspense.
Some people have praised the technical excellence of Aliens. Well, the Eiffel Tower is technically impressive, but I wouldn't want to watch it fall apart on people for two hours.
Reviewers consistently praised Weaver's performance. He described her as the ultimate adventure heroine, balancing action with femininity and maternal instincts.
Her surprisingly small, tense mouth holds all the suspense in the story Most of the cast was also praised, particularly Biehn, Goldstein, Henriksen, Henn and Reiser.
Aliens received two awards at the Academy Awards : Best Sound Effects Editing Don Sharpe and Best Visual Effects Robert Skotak, Stan Winston, John Richardson, Suzanne Benson.
Weaver was nominated for Best Actress , losing to Marlee Matlin for the romantic drama Children of a Lesser God. Hartstone, Nicolas Le Messurier, Michael A.
Carter, and Roy Charman losing to John K. Wilkinson, Richard Rogers, Charles Grenzbach and Simon Kaye for Platoon.
At the 40th British Academy Film Awards , Aliens received the award for Best Special Visual Effects and three other nominations: Best Production Design losing to A Room with a View ; Best Makeup and Hair for Peter Robb King losing to Sohichiro Meda, Tameyuki Aimi, Chihako Naito, and Noriko Takemazawa for the war film Ran , and Best Sound losing to romantic drama Out of Africa.
Effects Group and Best Director and Best Writing both for Cameron. An extended edition with more deleted scenes, including the opening scene of Newt's family investigating the derelict spacecraft, was released on LaserDisc in The extended edition was released on VHS and DVD in as part of the Alien Legacy box set with the other three available Alien films: Alien , Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection.
Theatrical and extended cuts were available for each film. The Aliens disc included commentary by cast and crew members, including Cameron; Weaver did not participate.
Each film was sold separately including its bonus disc in Aliens was released on Blu-ray in as part of the Alien Anthology box set with remastered footage, theatrical and extended versions, and featurettes found in earlier releases.
The film was released separately on Blu-ray in In addition to the theatrical and extended versions, the release contained a limited-edition lithograph of Ripley in battle with the alien queen, an art book focused on the Aliens comic books by Dark Horse Comics , and collectible cards with concept art by Cameron.
Merchandising for a film was a relatively-new concept, popularized by the Star Wars film series. Only an alien action figure was released, which was quickly withdrawn when it was deemed too frightening for children.
Aliens was considered a different prospect despite its adult-oriented content , since it focused on action and featured marines instead of ordinary workers fighting a large number of aliens.
The toys were intended to tie into Operation Aliens a children's cartoon scheduled for release with Alien 3 in and a series of mini-comics by Dark Horse Comics.
Figures included Colonial Marines and alien hybrids. Aliens ' enduring popularity has been demonstrated with a variety of merchandise, including action figures,  punching bags ,  video games,  comic books,  clothing  and board games.
The film has had several video-game adaptations. The earliest version, a first-person shooter Aliens: The Computer Game , was released on several platforms.
A game with the same name was released in A side-scroller , Aliens , was released in Japan for the MSX. Predator game series. Pinball a standalone game and Sci-Fi Pinball , with other science-fiction franchises.
A number of comic books based on and continuing the story of Aliens have been published primarily by Dark Horse Comics since Dark Horse published a crossover of the titular aliens and those of the Predator franchise by , creating a derivative Alien vs.
Predator franchise with its own films, video games and comic books;     this led to additional crossovers with Superman,  Batman,  Green Lantern,  Judge Dredd,  Wildcats  and the Terminator franchise.
Rinzler published The Making of Aliens , a page behind-the-scenes book with cast and crew interviews and previously-unseen photographs, in August Players as cast as a Colonial Marine or Ripley and tasked with finding a self-destruct code to destroy an infested spaceship.
A central theme of Aliens is motherhood. A scene in which Ripley learns of the death of her child while she was in stasis was cut from the theatrical release, but restored in the extended edition.
This helped to explain Ripley's motherly attention to Newt, since she had lost her own child. Newt has also lost everything of value, and they form a new family from the remnants of their old ones;   this is reflected in the alien queen, mother of the alien creatures.
The alien queen seeks revenge against Ripley, who destroyed her brood and her means of reproduction. Newt's capture by the aliens forces Ripley to realize that she is willing to die to save her.
This demonstrates a selfless motherhood, unlike the queen's selfish motherhood. Weber appreciated the change in female characters between the films, contrasting Alien 's hysterical Lambert with Aliens ' tough Vasquez who sacrifices herself for her team, not only for the protagonist.
According to Charles Berg, the depictions of aliens in science fiction which became more popular during the s represented American fears of immigrants the "other".
In Aliens , this can be seen in the Caucasian single mother Ripley confronting the dark-skinned alien queen with an endless brood. She represents mindless, unchecked maternal instinct spawning armies of children, regardless of the lives which must be sacrificed to ensure their survival.
Despite imminent destruction by the colony exploding, the queen continues to reproduce. Creation involves rape, and birth involves a violent death.
Ripley has been compared to John Rambo and called Ramboette, Rambette, Fembo, Ramboline; Weaver called herself Rambolina.
A gun, which can be seen as a phallic symbol, has a different meaning when wielded by Weaver. In Aliens , the male characters are neutralized by the film's climax and Ripley faces the queen alone.
He called the overuse of male heroes "commercially shortsighted" in an industry whose audience is percent female, and where "80 percent of the time, it's women who decide which film to see.
The growth of female-led action films after the success of Aliens reflects the increase in women assuming non-traditional roles  and the divide between professional critics who perceive a masculinization of the heroine and audiences which, regardless of gender, embrace, emulate and quote Ripley.
Vasquez who has short hair and bigger muscles is introduced to the audience by working out, and is asked if she has ever been mistaken for a man.
Aliens has been seen as an allegory for the Vietnam War; the marines like the United States have superior weaponry and technology, which is ineffective against an unseen, local enemy.
In both films, humans are beset by a monstrous invasion; in Them! Abbott said that because it is set in post- World War II America, Them!
The image of the post-Vietnam military is tarnished and scrutinized; in Aliens it is ill-equipped, bumbling and incapable of combating the threat posed by the alien creatures.
Citizen cooperation can no longer be demanded or expected and it is Ripley, an independent contractor from outside the state and military infrastructures, who saves the day.
The power of the state has been superseded by that of the corporation, which also demands conformity for rewards and advancement and reflects a growing mistrust of corporatism ; the company is represented by Burke, a self-interested opportunist.
In Aliens , Newt's father disregards safety measures to investigate the alien derelict without interference ensuring that any profits will be his.
Then attacked by a facehugger, he is the initial infection point. According to Weaver, Aliens is about confronting trauma to obtain closure.
Aliens is considered one of the greatest science fiction action films ever made, and one of the best films of the s.
Ripley and the alien creature originated in Alien , but Cameron expanded on the creature's life cycle, added new characters and factions such as the Colonial Marines , and expanded the films' universe.
Many cast and crew members reunited at the San Diego Comic-Con to celebrate the film's 30th anniversary, including Weaver, Biehn, Paxton, Henriksen, Reiser, Henn, Cameron and Hurd.
Cameron said that he normally would not participate and did not do so for The Terminator ' s anniversary , but he considered Aliens special because of its impact on his career.
I have to take my filmmaker hat off and look it as a fan and think, "Well, I really like those characters It's satisfying, it ends in a satisfying way But I actually think it's those characters.
We can all relate to Hudson running around "What the hell are we gonna do now man? Hurd believed that it was the experience itself: "It's a great midnight screening movie because you can talk back to the screen and you can have this group experience.
It not only makes you feel something, it makes you cheer, it makes you jump. When you think of all the things that something can do, which is projected on a screen, it ticks all those boxes and it makes you laugh.
Despite her sudden fame, Henn decided not to pursue acting so she could remain close to her family. She said that some people resented her fame, and was uncertain whether people liked her for being in the film or for herself.
Henn became a teacher; she maintains a relationship with Weaver, and still has a framed picture of her and Weaver which the actress had given her after filming was complete.Visa-Nummer. Obwohl er ablehnte, waren Hill und Giler so an einer Little Nicky Stream mit Cameron interessiert, dass sie ihm die Fortsetzung zu Alien anboten. Michael Biehn. Die weiteren Oscarnominierungen erfolgten in den Kategorien Bester SchnittBestes SzenenbildBeste Filmmusik und Beste Tonmischung.