One movie was bold enough to put two of films greatest monsters against each other... Not Godzilla vs. King Kong. Not Charizard vs. MewTwo. No. This is Alien vs. Predator. A 21% rotten film that was just about everything it promised it was in the title. We get right into it, just like a face hugger into your ear hole, so give us a listen.
Correction: Transformers: The Last Knight is the fifth, not the sixth, live-action Transformers film.
The director who is scheduled to direct real-life couple Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz in a film, but whose name Esy and Nick didn't remember, is Asghar Farhadi. Production of that film is scheduled to start in Madrid in mid-August according to Screen Daily.
ADR stands for automated dialogue replacement. It's how actors re-record lines to make them sound better.
Ridley Scott, director of the original Alien (1979), doesn't like Alien vs. Predator. According to Damon Lindelof, co-writer of the Alien prequel Prometheus (2012), which Scott also directed, "I said to him, 'You know, Weyland was a character in one of the Alien vs. Predator movies,' he just sort of looked at me like I had just slapped him in the face. That was the beginning, middle and end of all Alien vs. Predator references in our story process."
James Cameron, co-writer and director of the first Alien sequel, Aliens (1986), said in 2006: "I think of the 5 Alien films, I'd rate it 3rd. I actually liked it. I actually liked it a lot."
Esy's blurb: A bunch of random humans serve as wallpaper for an inept, intergalactic monster mashup that attempts to say something but should’ve just been a fucking fight from the start.
Nick's blurb: At times enjoyable, at times laughable, very often fluorescent green, AVP has one real winner—the audience who came in without any expectations.
Alden's blurb: Alien vs. Predator—it's exactly what it sounds like.