Alien Resurrection DVD
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Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Produced in 1997
Main Language - ENGLISH
Countries & Regions - American film
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Two hundred years later and Ellen Ripley is cloned in order to breed the ultimate weapon. The resurrected Ripley is full of surprises for her creators, but so are the aliens.
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Length: 104 mins
Aspect ratio: Widescreen
Format: DVD Colour
Released: 15th May 2000
Cat No: 00325DVD
Subtitles: Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish
- Includes: trailer, behind-the-scenes footage with interviews. Subtitle options in several languages plus English HOH subtitles.
by Anon on 4th June 1999
Ellen Ripley is not herself. But then she has been brought back from the dead 200 years after the events of the third film, only to find scientists attempting to train... Read on
Ellen Ripley is not herself. But then she has been brought back from the dead 200 years after the events of the third film, only to find scientists attempting to train aliens to serve military uses, so perhaps its understandable. Add to that the fact that her DNA has been tampered with, and a group of space pirates are on board the space station...Inevitably, the aliens get loose, and off we go again. Weaver, imbuing Ripley with a disturbing, feline quality, and the direction of Jeunet (following up Delicatessen and City of Lost Children), offer a level of characterisation lacking from the first films. Wincott, generally a heavy, benefits from the chance at a heroic role, and the range of familiar character actors appearing makes it a movie buffs delight. "A must see." BW. Hide