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Since the beginning of time, the Predators, the feared, hulking alien game hunters, have come to Earth for one simple reason: to engage in a coming of age ritual. To become "men," the teenage Predators have to hunt down a hive of Alien warriors and successfully defeat them and claim the skull as its trophy. However, during one hunting session, the easily aggravated Aliens fight back, leading to the destruction of the two species and the Aztec people who worshiped the Predators as Gods. Nearly two thousand years later, billionaire industrialist Charles Bishop Weyland rediscovers the pyramid, buried thousands of feet under the ice of Antarctica, with his satellites. Knowing that he has discovered something important, Weyland fixes up a team, led by Lex Woods, and heads down to the Antarctic to find the pyramid. But once they get there, the enslaved Queen Alien awakens from her sleep, which results in the production of new eggs and Facehuggers. And to make matters worse, the new hunting clan of teenage Predators, led by the brash and violent Celtic, have arrived, ready to hunt down both the Aliens and the humans within...
An expedition of archaeologists on Earth discover an Aztec temple hidden under the Antarctic circle, housing a host of Alien creatures. A group of coming-of-age Predators have also come to the temple, as it has long been a training ground for their race. From there on, it's Aliens vs. Predators, with the humans caught in the middle.
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"AVP: Alien vs. Predator" (2004) is not bad movie if you are a fan of one of the franchises. If you are not - for you it will be just another slasher with a twist - it has monsters instead of people.
I remember i had high hopes for this movie upon it's release back in 2004, i saw this movie in a theater and it wasn't a big disappointment because it has these two iconic monsters in one movie and there were some nice Easter egg left for fans. What it did lack was a sharply written characters - this was one of the reasons why first two movies in both franchises did worked - there were people, not just caricatures that we did care about.
Overall, because you have probably have seen this flick already, there isn't anything new i can say about it. If you are a die hard fan, you can check this one out - it will do just fine for one evening, but if you want a serious movie about "Aliens" - now you can wait for the upcoming Neill Blomkamp's so fan untitled "Alien" movie. Now that i hope again (and have all reasons to do that) will be a great movie.
"Alien vs. Predator" brings together the two most popular sci-fi monsters from the 1980's to duke it out in a winner-take-all battle. The question is: does anyone care? The tale begins when scientists discover an ancient pyramid mysteriously buried deep beneath the frozen surface of Antarctica. In no time, a team of explorers and archaeologists is dispatched to the site to investigate the puzzling phenomenon. While there, they discover that this is no ordinary ruin, but a temple established long ago by outer space aliens who have made their presence known in order to lure fresh human sacrifices into their trap.
With a premise that feels an awful lot like a warmed over version of "The Thing," "Alien vs. Predator" spends virtually no time on character development and, instead, heads straight to the action - not an unusual course of events in a film of this kind, until one realizes that what distinguished both the original "Alien" and the original "Predator" from the typical action flick was having charismatic performers in the lead roles (Sigourney Weaver and Arnold Schwarzenegger, respectively). In contrast, Alexa Woods makes for a pretty wan heroine and the supporting players are not much better. And although this film predictably registers high on the goop meter, there isn't much inspiration to be derived - even for die-hard action fans - from what is, essentially, two CGI effects going at one another for nigh unto two hours. The sad truth is that the fight scenes quickly become monotonous and boring seeing as there is nobody on screen whose fate we really care about.
About the only real surprise in this film is that the obligatory "fake scare" scene, usually given to a cat to deliver, is here performed by a penguin.
The fifth outing for the slime-dripping, shape-changing creatures, the Aliens are looking a little dogged, perhaps ready for the Alien Retirement Home. Meanwhile, the Predator warriors, who never achieved the artistic heights of their counterpart, look better invisible. When visible, they resemble robotic can openers gone berserk.
In Alien, there were only 6 people versus one Alien. It only killed 2 of them technically; it cocooned Brett and Dallas in the extended cut, Ash was a robot, it birthed from Kane, so it only killed Lambert and Parker. In Alien 3, it was 1 alien against roughly 30 people, plus Ripley had an Alien queen inside of her, the Alien could afford to kill off most of the convicts to ensure the queen's safety.
It has been suggested that the Queen can't die because Aliens can survive in outer space, but this is not sustained in any of the movies. We see and hear the Alien from Alien and the Queen from Aliens getting expelled into space, shrieking and thrashing about, but this merely indicates that they can survive in deep space for a few seconds. Even humans could theoretically survive a few seconds in space, but the extreme cold and vacuum would eventually kill them. Aliens have somewhat tougher body structures, so they might last a little longer, but even if they could survive the vacuum, they would eventually freeze solid. What we know little about is the Aliens' dependence on oxygen. We see them breath in the movies, but we don't know if their blood takes something from the air. If it is either oxygen or nitrogen, the Queen would eventually suffocate under water, unless she can hold her breath very long, or can go without air for a longer time. The water looked pretty deep, it's possible that sinking that deep in that cold the Queen would freeze solid and the deep water pressure would crush her into a million pieces. But as seen in the beginning of the film, the Queen can't die from being frozen. As she was frozen for 100 years and thawed at the start of the ritual. Predators do not see finely-tuned infrared without their helmets, and possibly don't see infrared at all. At any rate, we don't know that they only see infrared naturally. The Predator's ability to see in finely-tuned (and trichromatic) infrared without his helmet, as seen in Predator 2, is a goof or an oversight (though there could be other explanations). However, a Predator can still see without his helmet, but the various elements in an environment are not so describable from one another, as evident in how it's shown as all one-colour (red) but various shades of that colour, hence monochromatic, as depicted in the original Predator. For example, the first Predator saw Dutch just fine and behaved accordingly. Even though the Predator in AVP couldn't see that well without his helmet, it would be hard to miss a gigantic Queen. Predators can see fine without their helmets—it may not look like much to us, but we're human and are only used to the way we process the visible spectrum. When the Predator takes off his mask, he presumably sees at least some of the visible spectrum, but in a simplified view. Aliens, humans, other Predators would all be the same colour so to speak. The use of finely-tuned infrared vision is just a visual aid to assist during a hunt.
It's also worth nothing that a Predator's vision, helmet or no helmet, as presented in POV cinematography may not perfectly represent to the viewing audience how the Predator sees the world; since the audience, as human beings, can only ever perceive three primary colours at various levels of granularity regardless of what the colours, theirs shades and theirs blends are intended to represent as in the case of, say, topographical maps. The Predators' natural visions may or may not be monochromatic (despite the largely monochromatic cinematic presentation), and if they are such, the Predators' may possesses neurotechnology that enables them to perceive more than one, more than two or even more than three primary colours (like Geordi La Forge from the Star Trek: The Next Generation but without the necessity for it). Furthermore, it's possible that Predators are born with multichromatic vision but wind up with monochromatic vision as they grow and age, meaning that with adequate sensory enhancements, they could restore their more youthful abilities without rewiring their brains. The explosion of the Predator bomb could have raised the ambient temperature to a bearable level. The cold could have affected her, but while trying to run from the queen and just trying to survive in general, she would likely have had raised body heat and heart rate, so the cold would not have affected her right away. After the Predator ship took off we see her walking towards what appears to be the Snow tractor, so she might have made it, but whether she survives is ambiguous at best. A "Predalien", also known as a "Hybrid", an Alien that resembles a Predator. It has been established that Aliens take on certain characteristics of the host. This is demonstrated in Alien 3 when a chestburster that comes out of a dog (or in the Special Edition, an Ox) has dog/quadruped-like characteristics also minus the tubes on its back. They didn't bother to check. They knew he was dead, so they had no reason to believe he had a living Alien embryo inside. Also, the Predators weren't wearing masks, e.g., Scar had to alter his vision mode to see the embryo inside Sebastian. Or they simply forgot at first as they were busy executing their mourning rituals; before someone could think of checking for chestbursters, the hybrid Alien had already come out and matured. That said though, considering that the Predators are fully aware of the Xenomorph lifecylce and the danger they pose if control was lost, it would make sense that they would take every precaution possible, even if it involves examining a Predator who happened to die in some other way (like Scar). In the extended version of Alien 3 it is shown that the host does not necessarily need to be alive while the embryo is developing and ready to be born, so even though Scar was killed by the Queen, the embryo inside did not die with him and emerged from his body later on. The very fact that these trainees were sent into a place infested with them and would be dealing with them directly is reason enough to consider any possible way one of the creatures could slip past them regardless if any of them were to actually make it out alive.
For intelligent beings that possess technology we have only ever dreamed of and go far beyond our current engineering capabilities (interstellar travel, active camo, energy weapons, etc.), it is rather ironic and somewhat humorous to see that they would fail to consider the logic behind such things under the given circumstances. For example, you don't have people studying or working with dangerous viruses (figuratively speaking here) who simply walk out of a room when they have finished whatever they were doing without first undergoing some kind of decontamination process, even if there was no "accident" and everyone seems fine. In a sense, the Xenomorphs can be viewed as the "virus" and the Predator's lack of a thorough post-examination on both dead and live subjects is just asking for trouble, especially if a live subject does not know or remember being impregnated. Scar for instance might not have been aware of what happened to him while he was marking himself, similar to how Kane in Alien had trouble recalling what happened when he was attacked. The important difference between the two here is that Scar knew the lifecycle and Kane did not. Scar's case is interesting because despite his aforementioned knowledge, suddenly getting knocked unconscious and waking up later on the floor, he doesn't seem to be able to connect the dots. After regaining consciousness he should have immediately (or at least at some point) become suspicious of the nature of the ambush and question why he had not been killed when he was clearly vulnerable. Also, had Scar known he was now a Xenomorph host, it is safe to assume that he would have not tried to escape the pyramid at all, it is more likely that he would have made use of his self-destruct device instead. In short, they (Scar included) should have checked, as it would have saved the Predators a hell of a lot of trouble in the long run.
Then again, we don't know how Predators have obtained their current level of technology; they may have simply stole it from another nearby and more intelligent species, which they could conquer with their normal technology; or maybe there are intelligent Predator scientists, but the technology is primarily used by Warrior Predators, who lack the intelligence and discipline to use it ethically and safely. The fact that AVP: Requiem showed us a Predator seemingly specialized in "cleaning up" such mistakes created due to the sloppiness of others, may be an indication that such mishaps occur much more often. As far as the Sebastion thing goes, there seems to be a small amount of time in between when a person is captured and brought to the hive and when the egg actually opens up and the facehugger slowly begins to climb out (like Newt in Aliens), so Scar was probably scanning him to see if he had already been facehugged and impregnated or if he was still in the process of waiting for this all to happen. Before Time — It dates back to Antarctica during the dawn of the human race where a Predator tribe comes to Earth and teach the humans how to built a civilization of pyramids and the Predators used them as hosts to breed the Aliens for the Predators' coming of age ritual. But something went wrong, the Aliens grew too large in number, overwhelmed the city and the Predators were forced to blow it sky high. Either one Pyramid survived or the Predators rebuilt one.
c. 1715 — A Predator acquired a Flintlock pistol inscribed with "1715" (the old gun the Elder Predator gave Harrigan).
1904 — A whaling station is attacked by three more Young Blood Predators who used the workers as hosts for the Aliens, as shown in an alternate opening, the disappearance of the workers mentioned by Lex, and the dials of the coffin were last set to 1904.
1930 — The beginning of Predator: Concrete Jungle (VG)
1973 — Weyland Industries is established by Charles Bishop Weyland.
1987 — Predator
1997 — Predator 2
2004, October 3rd — Beginning of AVP
2004, October 10th — Weyland Industries heads for the Pyramid awakening the Alien Queen, stealing the guns, and the Young Bloods arrive to become men.
AVPR takes up right after AVP left off, but the Predator mother-ship reached Saturn when the Scout separated and headed back to Earth; this distance was most likely a month at least, considering that one person commented "Isn't Halloween in October?" (You'd say something like that after Halloween.)
After AVPR — Ms. Yutani covered up the events of Gunnison as she stated "The world isn't ready for this".
2010 — Predators
2012 — Weyland Industries is re-lunched as Weyland Corp after Peter Weyland took over the company after Charles Bishop Weyland's death in 2004.
2030 — Predator: Concrete Jungle (VG)
2089 — Archaeologists Elizabeth Shaw and Charlie Holloway discover a star map in Scotland that matches others from several unconnected ancient cultures. They interpret this as an invitation from humanity's forerunners, the "Engineers".
2093 — Prometheus
2103 — Alien: Covenant
2122 — Alien
2179 — Aliens. The movie takes place 57 years after the events of Alien.
Maybe a month later (most say a year later): Alien 3
2209 — Aliens vs. Predator (the game), because it takes place 30 years after Aliens and Alien 3.
2379 and 2380 — Alien Resurrection In this film Lance Henriksen plays Charles Bishop Weyland. Founder of Weyland industries. In Aliens, Bishop is an Android modeled after the founder of Weyland-Yutani (either CB Weyland, Michael Bishop, or both). In Alien 3, (as a subject of much debate) Bishop is either an advanced android with red blood which may have seemed too human so they were reverted back to white blood, or he is a direct descendant of Charles Bishop Weyland and is the heir and CEO of Weyland-Yutani in the 22nd century and designed the Bishop android modeled on himself and his descendants. In order to achieve the PG-13 rating for its theatrical release, the film had to be cut in terms of violence. The also available unrated edition runs almost 8 minutes longer than the theatrical cut and adds more story and gore to the film. It was confirmed by writer/director Paul W.S. Anderson that Schwarzenegger was going to reprise his role as Dutch and appear at the end of the film if he lost the California election. Since he won, however, he turned down the role and was written out of the script. It is unknown how he was going to make his appearance. One possible approach would have been to appear at the whaling station to investigate the loss of communication with the Weyland team and the explosion at the whaling station. Since he was the leader of a rescue team in Predator, he would have probably arrived at the whaling station and found Lex after her meeting with the Predator tribe and taken her back to the boat. Originally in Predator 2, the role of Peter Keyes was actually supposed to be Dutch Schaeffer who is now part of an elite unit and whose specific duty was to track and capture the Predator. This was changed when Arnold turned down the role because he didn't like the idea of taking the Predator into the city. His cameo might have re-envisioned this role. Whilst some have suggested that she froze to death on the ice in her last shot we see her walking towards one of the snowcats. Presumably she used it to keep warm (and could always salvage a warm coat from the workers the Predators killed) and radioed the icebreaker to send its helicopter to rescue her (which it would have done anyway once the party were declared overdue).
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