Alien 3 [Blu-ray] [Eng/Fre/Spa] [1992]

  • SKU: 2544048
  • Release Date: 05/10/2011
  • Rating: R
  • 3.6 (22)
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3
Decent sci-fi space flick Posted by: from: on In my opinion, it's the least appealing of the alien films. But for a collector, it's a must to complete the series.

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5
Need I Say MORE Posted by: from: on We want more MOre aliens more action this awesome big fan here sound effects and tracks just make you jump out of your seat must watch must have a BEST BUY

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4
Good overlooked Alien sequel Posted by: from: on It would be hard for any movie to follow Aliens, so David Fincher's subtle, dark sequel is often overlooked. Bluray is great except for the big special effects moments because they are a little dated. That actually makes it fun though.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

4
A beautiful presentation of a okay movie. Posted by: from: Shrewsbury, Ma on One of the weakest films of the "Alien" series. I kind of plodded along. It was too slowly paced. It was a disappointment of the series that almost tried to return to the originals menacing factor instead of the "Aliens" fast pace and action. It could have been so much better.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

5
great flick Posted by: from: tampa on another great alien installment, not as good as previous films but love Ripley and she gets to kick some booty again

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4
Good Movie Posted by: from: on Good movie if you like being scared. Quality is really good.

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5
Classic movie Posted by: from: charlotte, nc on This is a classic movie with a great picture.nice resolution.

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3
Ok sequel Posted by: from: Houston,Tx on Overall ok to watch but I would rent it instead of buying it.

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2
Good acting, bad plot and visuals. Posted by: from: Tampa on Good acting but bad plot and visuals of the Alien.

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2
a noble failure Posted by: from: on Like The Godfather Part III, Alien 3 may be viewed more as more of a classic had it been the first of the series. In both cases, however, the fact that there are not one but two predecessors which are hard acts to follow make the third seem anticlimatic by comparison. It was indeed bold to begin the film by crash landing Ripley on a penal colony, which results in the loss of her friends. However, this makes the events of Aliens pointless, and, as anyone who's seen Aliens knows, the circumstances surrounding the aforementioned crash strain credulity. Weaver is fine again as Ripley and Charles S. Dutton is good as the inmate who becomes the closest thing she has to an ally. There are other factors, though, that just don't add up to a satisfying whole. Why did Ripley basically sleep with that doctor on a whim like that? Why did it take so long for the alien in Ripley to hatch while the one in that poor dog took basically no time at all? Why do basically all the residents of this colony (save Dutton's character) act as moronic as teenagers in a Friday the 13th film? Credit should be given for at least trying a different tactic, and it's nice that David Fincher was able to go on to better things like Se7en & Panic Room, but anyone expecting a complimentary companion piece to Alien & Aliens will be disappointed.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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