Everything a rape and revenge exploitation film should be: simplistic, moronic and difficult to watch. Only watch if you understand this. The rape is brutal and gratuitous yet the revenge allows the viewer to reach a catharsis along with the main character. Don't expect a single thing more.
Ridley Scott's Prometheus asks more questions than it answers. Some of those unanswered questions are philosophical, others relate to plot. I guess when your story is dealing with the true origins of mankind, it'd be a little bold to give hard, factual answers. The QUESTION itself is where thought-provoking science fiction is at its best. But the interrogative nature of Prometheus begins to frustrate a little when trying to examine its connection to Scott's other film, Alien.
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