Actors Of "Alien: Covenant"
Characters Of "Alien: Covenant"
Director of "Alien: Covenant"
Critics Of "Alien: Covenant"
May 22, 2017 Ridley Scott continues his splattering sci-fi franchise with another slithery creature-feature.Read in Source
May 23, 2017 Although the performances and effects are very well achieved, the mystery no longer exists as in the original films. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
May 22, 2017 Sadly,Alien: Covenantfeels like warmed over gruel. The ending (as expected, you'll find more than one) won't provide much closure.Read in Source
Winnipeg Free Press
May 19, 2017 This desire for procreation and preservation of the self - human, alien or artificial - is what motivates every being in the Alien universe, and in Covenant, Scott sets up a thrilling thunderdome in which we can watch this bloody battle unfold.Read in Source
May 19, 2017 The first "Alien" had better special effects. Watch it instead.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
May 19, 2017 The new film is intended to act as several things, none of them particularly admirable.Read in Source
Tampa Bay Times
May 23, 2017 (Ridley Scott) adroitly balances lofty ideas rooted in Prometheus and what can be described as covers of alien kills. A mind scramble here, a gut punch there. It works.Read in Source
Christian Science Monitor
May 19, 2017 If this is your idea of a good time, you can tick away the film's two-plus hours guessing which crew members will get offed, and in what order.Read in Source
May 22, 2017 There are plenty of reasons to shut your eyes and cross your legs while watching this film, but is that the same as being scared?Read in Source
New York Observer
May 19, 2017 Peel away the big budget genre film's veneer of Western Civ for Dummies (Michelangelo, Wagner, Byron and Shelley) and what you have is rather conventional Lego blocks of sci-fi horror.Read in Source
May 23, 2017 It's not a complete failure, but there's something sadly inevitable about Alien: Covenant. It feels more like an exercise than it does a movie.Read in Source
Q Network Film Desk
May 24, 2017 takes enough risks in embedding its genre thrills in a muscular philosophical core that it is hard to begrudge its existence and Scott's willingness to return to the franchise that made him famous and take it in a new(ish) directionRead in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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