Mania Review: Prometheus Comments -


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XeroWarp 6/8/2012 12:32:51 PM

I guess after 30 or so years....I expected more to be answered. Ridley kinda pulled a Lucas.

Wiseguy 6/8/2012 12:36:57 PM

LV-322. What it is it only shows really quick so it's one of those things that doesn't mean much in the end. Plus it doesn't change anything. Easily what follows in the would-be sequel to this can and should, based on the planet's designation, be what leads directly to ALIEN

XeroWarp 6/8/2012 1:06:05 PM

I would love to see where Shaw, ended up.

hanso 6/8/2012 1:08:38 PM

 Mofos it's the review thread for the movie, why wouldn't you spoil it here?  I'm going to see it just so I can openly talk about it here.  Fuc.k spoiler warnings in this thread.

XeroWarp 6/8/2012 1:25:58 PM

No way this gets an A-....solid B, maybe C .... I need to see it again........on BluRay though.

DarthoftheDead 6/8/2012 1:41:53 PM

C'mon, guy's......go see Avengers.....yeah, Avengers....who needs sexy women in tight revealing mind...........

SarcasticCaveman 6/8/2012 2:40:36 PM

Nah, I agree with the solid A-...yeah, it left a lot of questions, but that's what a good start of a new franchise does...this movie was only PART was stated months before it came out that it was also the start of it's own entity that takes place in the Alien universe.  I still say, very good movie...not quite great, but very good...just keep Cameron away from any sequels featuring kids.

jyansr 6/8/2012 3:23:12 PM

   The only thing that really disappointed me about the movie is in a totally geeky, continuity way.  Since the crew of the Nostromo found the engineer in his pilots' chair with his bones bent outward...  I assumed after being impregnated? the engineer would limp his way back to his ship, sit in the chair, THEN have the movie end the way it did.  I was just curious as to why they ended where they did, and not where it should have.

 As for LV-426 not being designated that in the movie I have a thought about that. In Alien, the Planet they land on is far more harsh (weather wise) then it is at the end of this movie. What if, as in The Wrath of Khan, a moon or planet  is destroyed and  f**ks up LV-322's orbit and  eco-system creating a harsher enviroment. The planet that was destroyed is LV-426, and later LV-322 is misidentified as LV-426??

 Yeah I know there are problems with that scenario, but it was just a thought..

nh502 6/8/2012 3:57:31 PM

 Just got back from the Imax, beautiful movie.  I enjoyed it.


SinCity 6/8/2012 4:58:53 PM

jyansr - weren't there more engineers in hypersleep pods though? I figure the xeno, finding little to prey upon in the escap ship, wanders out and finds the larger ship and eventually the other engineers in their pods. Go from there....


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