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The addition of the older characters as avatars was unnecessary. They dragged the movie down and for Milo, every time he spoke, I thought "just get to the damn point!". There was nothing to keep me interested in this movie. The previous Jumanji was faster paced and the characters and their teenage angst as avatars made it much more appealing.
If you've seen the original Alien movie, then you've seen Covenant. In my opinion, it's basically, a repeat. Nothing new, except for the characters. Whereas the original Alien movies kept me glued to my seat, I found it quite easy to get up, walk away, come back, and I knew I hadn't missed anything in Covenant. If you have nothing better to do for two hours, and absolutely have to get out of the house, then, well, I will leave it to you to spend (or waste) two hours on this version.
I enjoyed this movie, however, it is very similar to Pitch Black. I found the female soldier annoying and distracting. And the actress herself, looked as if she was sucking on a lemon throughout all of her scenes. I gave this movie three stars because it would have been a better movie without her or a better actress/actor in the role.
This is the second piece of trash that Yates has thrown at us, and we paid him to do it! If you liked either of his HP movies, then you haven't read the books. Yates is a TV movie-of-the-week director, and he has proven it each time with HIS versions of HP 5 & 6. Does Rowling really like what Yates has done to her books or is it because he's British that she hasn't spoken up.