Alien 3 (1992)
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    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Alien 3, directed by David Fincher is rated R by the Motion Pciture Association of America for monster violence, and for language. The originla release date was May 22, 1992 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Horror/Science Fiction/Thriller and stars Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley, Carles S. Dutton as Dillon, Charles Dance as Clemens and Lance Henrikson as Bishop II.

      Ripley’s escape pod


      crash lands on a prison planet where she must once again contend with the alien now dwelling inside her. She is now the carrier of the alien spawn and once it breaks free from her chest, it will wreak havok on the inhabitants of the planet.

      The company that she works for/recruited to work for still wants a live specimen of the alien in order to study it,


      • learn from it and possibly use it to their advantage. They send a trusting and familiar face in the form of her cyberntic colleague Bishop to try and convince her that destroying the creature isn’t in the company’s best interest.

        But Ripley isn’t having it, she decides to sacrifice herself and destroy the beast once and for all as she dives off the platform into raging flames in

        the end of this movie.

        Not the better of the others before it, not by a long shot. It doesn’t even come close, we didn’t encounter any alien attack in this movie at any point, it was just dreadful. This installation should have never been produced. If you have had your fill of the Alien saga, it is a good idea to just end off right here and not make anymore.




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