Alien Quadrilogy Reviews
Alien 3 is a much underrated flick. It has it's problems, but it's intense and the setting is great. I have a problem with some of the choices that were made, but this was a project that seemed to have barely got made at all. I wish Biehn could have came back. But if you take the film as it is, it's better than expected.
Alien Resurrection is the worst of the series. It's slick and a pretty shallow movie that doesn't bring the intensity of the first three. But it has a good cast and functions well enough I guess.
The special features are OUTSTANDING. This set is WELL worth the price. I would say there is at least 50 hours of material here that pretty much covers all the basis. It's one of the best box sets that I've ever seen. Unlike most, I enjoy all 4 of these flicks and the goodies is icing on the cake.
* ALIEN (1979 Theatrical Version and 2003 Director's Cut),
* ALIENS (1986 Theatrical Version and 1991 Special Edition Version),
* ALIEN 3 (1992 Theatrical Version and 2003 Special Edition Version), and
* ALIEN RESURRECTION (1997 Theatrical Version and 2003 Special Edition Version).
The set also contains a mind-blowing amount of behind-the-scenes featurettes and documentaries.
stars Sigourney Weaver.
directed by Ridley Scott, James Cameron, David Fincher and Jean-Perre Jeunet.