Favourite moment was when they were in Scotland and like a dozen people in my showing shouted “FREEEEEEDOM!”.
Scotland, don’t ever change.
Also it’s pronounced “ed-in-bruh”, not “ed-in-boro”
What I love most is that James Cameron made a film that is not only faithful to Ridley Scott's masterpiece but, a film in its own right. He also made the film his own, diverging from the original just enough to remain recognisable but, not too far to end up making it feel out of place within the Alien mythos.
The film is different enough from its predecessor to warrant its existence, and therefore, doesn't feel dragged back by the…
This is a strange experience for me because I have always claimed this to be one of my all-time favourite films but, I could never remember actually watching it.
I must of have just always assumed that I had seen it, given by my strange connection to this film. Even after watching it, I’m still not sure if I have seen this before.
My strange connection being that I’m actually named after Roy Schneider’s character in this film. Seriously. I…