Alien: Covenant

Alien: Covenant

By Ridley Scott

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2017-05-19
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 2min
  • Director: Ridley Scott
  • Production Company: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Production Country: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States of America
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Ridley Scott returns to the universe he created, with ALIEN: COVENANT, a new chapter in his groundbreaking ALIEN franchise. The crew of the colony ship Covenant, bound for a remote planet on the far side of the galaxy, discovers what they think is an uncharted paradise but is actually a dark, dangerous world. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination they must attempt a harrowing escape.

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  • Movie franchise “Mold-Breaker”

    By jhechotek
    Usually, when a movie franchise reaches fifth or sixth from the original they get pretty ridiculous...i.e. Rambo or Rocky or Halloween. In many, many instances the original “first” films tend to be great but the studio attempts to squeeze every drop for as long as they can. We have witnessed no less than four Alien titles as well as two more Alien-related stories in the Predator series and most recently we were subjected to Prometheus. But along comes this gem, it was IMHO two hours well spent. This film is set approx 10 years after Prometheus. SPOILER ALERT: the “sibling” characters portrayed by Michael Fassbender as David & Walter are the most thought-provoking aspect. Especially, in light of our current technological forays into artificial intelligence, robotics and space exploration. In other words, the visual depictions within ALIEN: Covenant might actually happen in the foreseeable future. I really liked this film!
  • Awesome

    By Charles Patrick Henry
    Best alien yet
  • Great Literary References!

    By RiptideRunner
    Whoever wrote the screenplay really payed attention in english class! I thought the incorporation of 'Ozymandius' fit perfectly in that scene!
  • Disastrously misguided

    By Veraxus
    Not only is this a terrible movie in it's own right, it seems to go out of it's way to undermine and weaken the themes and questions in both Prometheus and the greater Alien franchise. It answers questions nobody asked (and the answers are spectacularly riduculous) while failing to explore it's own themes or those introduced in Prometheus. Covenent is, far and away, the worst entry in this franchise to date. Worse than Alien: Resurrection, worse than Alien v Predator, and worse than Alien 3. Not only is not a good movie, it soils the entire franchise.
  • bad

    By bloody gud
    stupid in almost every way. And a diservice to the original!
  • meh

    By doubleg
    Im at a loss to see why this movie was a thing. There was something about it that bored the hell out of me. I'll give it a second try sometime.
  • 🙄🙄🙄

    By sety4love
  • Good movie but paced

    By Furutan1
    It is a good movie and with a lead bad guy who is not an alien. It is a bit long. It has an ending that is different than the others in this franchise and, while I will no doubt see the third movie in the prequel trilogy when it comes out, but I admit that I would like to eventually see an Alien VII that takes place at the end of the timeline and finally provides closure.
  • Not very interesting

    By Spunkybart
    Same old, same old.
  • Please try again

    By Dnick724
    This was a lazy movie and self evident right from the start. Looks good in a hopelessly dark way but goes in no direction that doesn't seem pre ordained. My big complaint though isn't the art, which is what it has always been, just more tiresome, it's the science. The hardware looks good and the tech looks good and plausible but what group of idiots would set foot on a totally alien landscape without even the tiniest bio hazard precautions. It was like yelling at the screen in an old time movie house and begging the actor not to go into that room or don't open that box but on a monumental level.