Movie » Aliens released on July 18, 1986.

    The sequel to the Academy Award winning horror film. Aliens adds more action, more characters, and many, many more Aliens.

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    Aliens last edited by KillerZ on 04/09/23 06:26AM View full history

    After the events of the first film, Ellen Ripley is awakened after fifty years of drifting in space whilst in cryo-sleep. She loses her license because of the destruction of her original ship, and is horrified to learn that the planet that the Alien originated on is now home to a colony of humans. However, after contact is lost with the colony, her employer, Weyland Yutani, offers Ripley the chance to advise the marines being sent to investigate.

    Upon their arrival, they find that the colony, save for one little girl, have been wiped out by the Aliens. Thus begins one of the most thrilling sci-fi films ever created.

    Aliens was nominated for seven academy awards, and won two-Sound Effects Editing and Visual Effects.


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    Colonial Marines Of all the movies in the Aliens franchise this is by far my absolute favorite.  The reasons for this is the Big Bad Colonial Marines.  Just like in a similar film Predator these marines have personality.  For the most part each one has a characters have personality.  They are not just meat to make the aliens look tough.  You have Sergeant Al Alpone who is a cigar compin' butt kickin' non-com.  Bishop the mysterious android that when you see the movie for the first time yo...

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