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Alien Covenant

The crew of a colony ship, bound for a remote planet, discover an uncharted paradise with a threat beyond their imagination, and must attempt a harrowing escape.
Director: Ridley Scott
Writers: Dan O’Bannon (based on characters created by), Ronald Shusett (based on characters created by)
Stars: Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup

Alien: Covenant | Teaser Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX

Ridley Scott’s latest work, with somewhat of creative editing and enhancing and rewrites, would have made a fascinating Knife Runner film. Unfortunately, it makes for a bad Noncitizen film. With this, Knife Runner, and Prometheus, Jeff has some Big Concepts about creation myths, humanity’s fall from grace, and our place in the universe. And, outside of the Alien franchise, these bold imaginings are amazing explorations into faith and purpose. But by adding these themes to the Alien franchise, Scott undercuts what made this operation so great – that out there, in the unknown, is an galaxy that can bite again whenever we poke at it too much. Hand over is a Lovecraftian, existential horror film; terrifying, lovemaking, and packed with dread and the vast unknown. This is easily one of the biggest research fiction/horror hybrids available. David Cameron’s Aliens brings action to the mix, and gives us one of the great all-time heroines in Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley. Even David Fincher’s Hand over 3, with its elegiac tone and somber feelings, has things to say about death, life, feelings of loss, and finding a goal (The less said about Alien: Resurrection and the AvP films, the better. )

But Ridley Martin, in his go back to this series with Prometheus, appears to insist on explaining away precisely what is best left to the audience’s imagination. This isn’t the first time he’s done this – he re-edited Blade Runner enough times to make Deckard’s human race more ambiguous, although that ambiguity remains, somewhat, in the Final Cut, is actually certainly clear to Martin what he wants Deckard to be, even if some of the audience rejects it. With Prometheus, Scott explains away the mysterious Space Jockey from Alien as humanity’s originator; rather than the derelict in Alien representing a bigger, indifferent universe where mankind barely registers, Scott’s retconning turns us in to the middle of it, thus making the wonderfully-mysterious world your dog is created feel that much smaller and trivial. Noncitizen: Covenant shrinks it even more; now the horrifying Xenomorph has ceased to be the enigmatic beast of your nightmares and dark areas, but instead a toy for a vengeful David (Michael Fassbender), the google android from Peter Weyland (Guy Pearce), who, like Lucifer before him, rebels from his creator by making an attempt to destroy its presence.

Which, in a different setting, would make for an impressive science fiction film. Like Prometheus before it, Alien: Covenant is packed with themes and ideas that are worth exploring. But is not in an Alien movie. Actually Alien: Covenant does the worst sin of all by causing the earlier films feel almost unrelated. Scott seems to want to tug at a tale strand, like a loose string on a tapestry, until the complete part unravels. This proves extremely frustrating, because these principles are laid waste in a story vessel that cannot support them. David is a terrific figure, and Fassbender plays him with a mischievous, incredible charm. As being a character, David is wonderful. As a catalyst for the Xenomorph’s creation, however, he requires a hammer to what had been a remarkably-efficient Swiss watch of storytelling precision.

Alien: Covenant can take place several years after Prometheus, as a nest ship travels into profound space with several 1000 couples in hypersleep to get started on a fresh life on a distant planet. When an energy pulse knocks away the ship’s systems, eradicating the captain (a blink-and-you’ll-miss-him James Franco), the second-in-command Oram (Billy Crudup) chooses to pursue a secret signal to an uncharted world, despite the protests of Daniels (Katherine Waterston), the former captain’s partner and in deep suffering. Oram is a man of religion, while Daniels believes in logic, but Daniels is overruled by the rest of the crew. Naturally, Daniels is right and Oram incorrect; this planet hosts all sorts of terrible things, not least of which is a mysterious spaceship housing a terrible top secret.

Fassbender gets double work this time; he takes on both David and Walt, an android who is more subservient and dedicated than David would ever before be able to be. Unfortunately Scott uses this in the most cliched way possible, setting all of us up for a disclose that anyone with any moviegoing sense could see coming 1 mile off. Most of the activities can be good, especially Waterston and Danny McBride as the pilot Tennessee. Nevertheless if you became upset at scientists doing foolish things in Prometheus, you should become completely angered watching these supposed people fumble around like children on a strange globe without even a nasal area and mouth mask for protection. Some truly silly decisions are made mainly because if the characters experienced acted otherwise, there more than likely be much of a movie. In Alien, at least, quarantine protocols are given serious weight and importance; here they can be stated only in passing before the characters dart blindly and idiotically to their deserved fates. You lose somewhat of the horror of the Xenomorph when you’re rooting for doing it to slaughter pretty much everyone. Again, this feels like a fatal misunderstanding Ridley Scott seems to have of the complete point of Alien; in that film, the creature is frightening because it occupies a healthy amount of space in our imaginations. Is actually rare we even see it full on. Not really so in Alien: Agreement – we have the Xenomorph in generous screen, and what was a marvelous synergy of anatomist, old-fashioned moviemaking, and L. R. Giger design becomes just another CGI beastie without mystery or horror.

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