SCIFI With “Alien”, Ridley Scott had created a masterpiece in 1979. In this atmospheric horror thriller in space everything was just perfect: HR Giger’s nightmarish Alien design, Sigourney Weaver as a tough lead actress and supporting actors who were real characters and not just cannon fodder for the dangerousOther that out there just lurking like in ourselves.
This movie did not need a sequel and when he seven years later but then a got (not only futuristic companies want charcoal-making), were all signs point to failure: The young director, a certain James Cameron, fell out with the British film crew, the soundtrack had are composed almost overnight – and almost the film would not become ready on time.
Instead of a single aliens now populated a horde those planets, the Ripley tried to escape so desperately in the first film and the unscrupulous Weyland-Yutani Corporation did colonize anyway. You know: The profits were just too tempting.
More risk, more violence, all one size bigger – with this formula, try sequels of successful films over and over again and fail colossal. But Cameron succeeded in squaring the circle, whilst retaining the basic act “People vs. overpowering Aliens”, but the genre changed.The first movie gave horror in space nu skin, the second coming as a true, anything but brainless action Firecracker therefore, the laid the trauma of Vietnam the United States into space. An hour time takes the director to establish the voltages and character development, to the Space Marines meet for the first time on the enemy. And then all hell breaks loose.
PS: “Alien 3″ by David Fincher follows at 23.15 clock. But you should better take up and do not look the same evening, because skin care it spoils the end of the second part. DOKU corn today covers more acreage than any other agricultural product. In this country, the grain is fed in the animal pole and burned for biogas and -sprit – in the south of Kenya, the people can no longer afford their staple food. Lesson on the world economy.